The Miami Home Design and Remodeling Show Returns, Live in Tamiami Park, Miami, FL. | News

MIAMI, Sept. 10, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — The Miami Home Design and Remodeling Show is back – live and in person – bigger and better than ever before. As we have spent a lot of time in our homes recently, we have come to love and appreciate just what our personal living space means to us, sharpening our desire to make it look and function better. Whether it’s the latest furnishings, inspirational decor, flooring, security, solar energy solutions, garden and landscaping ideas — anything to do with achieving the home of your dreams, you’ll find a way at the Miami Home Design and Remodeling Show. Featured designers, innovative products, helpful services, fascinating new inventions, information and instruction … it’s all here.

To say that the Miami Home Design and Remodeling Show is bigger this year is no empty boast. With a move to our new location, at the Miami-Dade

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The Day – Home & Garden Show sees smaller crowd, but vendors say business is booming

Mohegan — The Southeastern Connecticut Home and Garden Show held at Mohegan Sun this weekend saw a much smaller crowd than in years past — about half the size of last year’s turnout.

But vendors at the event said that business has never been better. 

About 7,000 people attended the show, which was held Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the casino’s at Earth Expo & Convention Center. 

Dennis Jenks, who runs the show and owns Jenks Productions, said Sunday that he thinks a lot of people — attendees and vendors alike — didn’t show because of the later date this year. Typically, the show takes place in February well before the busy spring season, but the COVID-19 pandemic delayed plans this year. 

“The challenge this year was to put a show together when everybody has been shut down for almost a year,” said Jenks. “We work with a lot of

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Interior designers Reveal Secrets To Show Home Styling Like A Pro

Viewing a show home not only gives potential homebuyers plenty of interior design inspiration, but for those considering buying an off-plan property, it enables them to visualise what their future home could look like.

Show homes are often well coordinated and kitted out with luxe furnishings and high-end appliances. There’s always a strong theme and design direction which runs throughout. There could be light neutrals on the main walls and a stronger colour on one feature wall in a room or hallway, which is then echoed as an accent colour throughout the home in artwork, cushions or bedlinen. In a typical open plan living space, you may find floor lamps in corners and lots of luscious houseplants to soften corners and introduce greenery.

UK homebuilder, CALA Homes, works with an expert team of interior designers across the UK to create aspirational show homes with added wow factor. Here,

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See Brady Bunch Stars Maureen McCormick and Eve Plumb Tackle Home Renos in New HGTV Show

Maureen McCormick and Eve Plumb are back on HGTV — only this time, they’re the designers!

The Brady Bunch stars who appeared on HGTV’s A Very Brady Renovation are bringing their skills to the network’s new self-shot show, Design at Your Door.

The social-distancing inspired series, which premiered on June 11, pairs a roster of HGTV designers with families who are ready to tackle home-improvement projects on their own — with a bit of virtual assistance from the experts.

In place of the typical on-site interactions a home renovation would entail, participants are coached through completing the redesigns themselves via video conference. After a design plan is created, all the necessary materials are shipped straight to their door.

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In this exclusive clip (above) of Thursday’s episode, McCormick uses her decorator’s eye

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