Oklahoma City Home + Garden Show on Jan. 15-17 to underline experts, some-more than …
January 8, 2016 - storage organizer
The Oklahoma City Home + Garden Show earnings to Cox Pavilion during State Fair Park on Jan. 15-17, bringing with it this year’s collection of new and innovative ideas, consultant advice, products and services for home alleviation and landscaping projects.
More than 500 vendors and experts will be on palm to offer creative, contemporary ideas “sure to motivate any lifestyle enthusiast,” pronounced organizer RaeAnn Saunders.
For uncover details, go to www.OklahomaCityHomeShow.com. Featured events and presenters include:
•Matt Blashaw, horde of HGTV’s “Vacation House for Free” and “Yard Crashers,” will share his believe and believe of construction and home improvement.
“Making mistakes in home pattern is OK; it’s a best approach to learn how to do it yourself,” Blashaw said. “But a biggest mistake homeowners can equivocate is starting too big. Start with a tiny plan we can finish and be unapproachable of.”
•Mother-daughter group Karen Rominger and Mina Starsiak, stars of HGTV’s “Two Chicks and a Hammer,” offers useful tips on do-it-yourself pattern and home transformations.
“Whether you’re renovating an whole residence or you’re rebellious a smaller project, many of a same beliefs apply,” Starsiak said.
And her truth on tough work? “DIY projects are always improved with cocktails!”
•Matt Fox, horde of a PBS array “Around a House with Matt and Shari,” will denote elementary how-to’s for good weekend projects.
•Clutter Buster Darlene Broderick will offer discerning and easy tricks for organizing closets and storage spaces to move morality and mutation to your home.
•Rebuilding Together OKC has teamed with a Home + Garden Show to prominence efforts to assistance low-income homeowners in a Oklahoma City area stay safe, comfortable and dry.
•Head Country Foods will yield a “Relaxation Station” where attendees can rest from selling and representation juicy food and beverages.
•“Made in Oklahoma.” Local manufacturers, craftsmen, artists and businesses will be presenting good products and services from right here in Oklahoma.
Attendees will have a event to find a recommendation of tip professionals, including landscape designers, remodelers, taste experts and chefs via a show.
Show hours are noon to 9 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Jan. 16 and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Jan. 17 (“Hero Day,” with giveaway acknowledgment for all active and late military, military and firefighters with use ID; easterly opening of Cox Pavilion).
Admission is $12, and children underneath 12 are free. For a $2 discount, squeeze tickets online during www.OklahomaCityHomeShow.com or during a patron use table during Buy for Less stores.