13, 2017…Over Memorial Day Weekend, the Home Design and Remodeling Show (Fort Lauderdale) welcomed tens of
thousands of eager visitors looking for inspiration and the latest trends in
home design and improvement. South Floridians could navigate through over 800
booths and 170,000 square feet of exhibition space and find everything from the
smallest items in home décor, to kitchen and bathroom remodeling products,
landscaping, home automation, construction services and more!
Georgio Ferrara Home Collection
Turning around a highly successful Show, Home Show Management Corp. (HSM) is
quickly preparing for the Miami Home Show to be held in the renovated Miami Beach Convention Center, Labor Day
Weekend September 1-4, 2017.
As South Florida’s largest and longest running home
improvement expo, HSM has learned to respond to the call of both businesses and
consumers alike. As the affluent market in South Florida continues to grow, so
does the demand for luxury goods. Thus, the Miami Home Show will launch the Design
Innovators Showcase and feature some of the most respected designers
and products in the industry.
“South Florida is home to international design with
inspiration coming from all regions of the United States and other countries. The
Design Innovators Showcase is an
opportunity for businesses to exhibit their latest products to both trade
professionals and consumers,” states Adam
Kayce, Vice President and Show Director of Home Show Management. “The
luxury good shopper enjoys the experience. We hope to replicate that personal
retail experience and customer intimacy, but eliminate the need to travel from
store to store. All that is needed to design a home from blue prints to
finishes to fine art, can be found under one roof.”
The Wallpaper Company
This luxury display area will capture the essence of
South Florida luxury design and feature among others: ItalDoors, Luxapatio, Georgio Ferrara, Arkimodel, Iberia Tile, The Wallpaper Company, and Blanco Flooring and Design.
Colorful and accessible design tips from HGTV’s Sabrina Soto. Growing up as a first-generation
Cuban-American, Soto has drawn inspiration and learned perseverance from her
family. Her mother would tell her, “It doesn’t matter if we have one dollar or
one million dollars, be proud of our home!”;
Trade preview and industry-specific seminars;
Style 411: South Florida Interior Designers, Francy Arria, Janice Attia,
Reginald Dunlap, Georgio Ferrara and Guimar Urbina will each design a room
vignette for a local TV news celebrity;
Viernes Culturales, “Art Basilando” – an art showcase with Little Havana
neighborhood artists presenting their work;
Taste-full Experience: Food and wine pairing micro seminars and lifestyle
For updates on the Miami Home Design and Remodeling Show,
September 1-4, 2017, visit www.homeshows.net.
Save $3.00 on full price admission tickets purchased online by August 31st.
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