If you are considering a home renovation project in the future, the 35th Nashville Home Show scheduled September 21-23 is the place to talk with the experts and find inspiration. Nashville House & Home & Garden magazine is sponsoring the popular cooking stage which will include Food Network finalist Trace Barnett, also known as The Bitter Socialite, and Angela Roberts of the Spinach Tiger and many others.
With more than 250 home experts under one roof, the show is the perfect opportunity to shop, compare, and save says Eric Udler, producer of the year’s top home event. The spectrum of exhibitors will enable visitors to find future contractors from building, remodeling kitchen, and bath companies to businesses to help create beautiful outdoor living areas. It really is a one-stop research and shopping opportunity, Udler says, with many new additions to this year’s event.
Kevin O’Connor, the popular host of the Emmy-winning PBS show This Old House, will have multiple sessions during the weekend on the main stage, designed by EClan Design and Onyx & Alabaster. O’Connor will share highlights of the long-running show’s new fall season with an exclusive sneak peek taking home show visitors through inspiring renovations with practical home renovation tips.
Tips for spotting new trends and past trends that homeowners and designers should leave behind will also be on the main stage with author and designer Kim Leggett, recently named by Country Living magazine as one of The Country’s 100 Most Creative People. She’ll share insight on her bestselling book, City Farmhouse Style, a picture and design tip book showcasing interiors across the U.S. decorated in the popular farmhouse style.
Also on the main stage representing Nashville House & Home & Garden magazine will be a session on “Top Ten Decorating Mistakes” with Carol Bass, owner of The Practical Decorator. Bass is a Master Professional Trainer with The Decorating and Staging Academy. As a lifelong entrepreneur, she has been helping others build successful businesses since 1982. She loves to see her students follow their passion and creativity.
New to the home show is the Made In America Marketplace where visitors can shop unique gifts, accessories, and décor of local artisans and craftspeople. Make and Take DIY Crafts with AR Workshop is also a new feature that allows visitors to create a charming home décor piece. Seats for sessions are available on a first come, first served basis throughout the weekend.
The Cooking Stage sponsored by Nashville House & Home & Garden Home magazine and Kroger will be packed with delicious ideas during the home show. Popular food bloggers will be demonstrating recipes throughout the event including Barnett, finalist for Food Network’s “The Next Food Network Star” and “Comeback Kitchen.” The cooking stage will also include a demonstration of wedding cake trends from Dulce Desserts as well as sessions hosted by blogger chefs Spinach Tiger’s Angela Roberts, Callie Blount, and Susan Williams, as well as author/chef C. C. Fridlin.
Be sure to check www.NashvilleHomeShow.com for a complete listing of presentation times.
Innovative home technology and products are being highlighted by author Boyce Thompson including inexpensive home products to change your life from clever technology to safety and convenience. He’ll also be sharing highlights from the anatomy of a great home for home remodeling and building inspiration.
Tennessee’s largest home event, the 35th Nashville Home Show, features more than 250 home industry experts from remodeling contractors and kitchen and bath companies to inspiring ideas for outdoor living, pool, and spa. Save and buy tickets online at www.NashvilleHomeShow.com.