Houseplants give homes a touch of nature, just as discarded couches lend a homey feeling to forests. Bring the outdoors indoors with this Groupon.
$20 for Single-Day Admission for Two (Up to $40 Value)
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During the 10-day National Home Show & Canada Blooms, visitors can peruse the wares of more than 700 vendors, browsing kitchen and bath exhibits, planning home-design projects, and touring elaborately landscaped gardens. Celebrity guests such as Paul Lafrance of HGTV Canada’s Decked Out and Leave it to Bryan host Bryan Baeumler are on hand to lend advice to homeowners. Gardening experts share their design tidbits during seminars such as “Inspiring Flowers” and “Trees for Small Spaces.”
For more than 60 years, the National Home Show has unfurled a bevy of home-decor and remodeling accoutrements, along with a slew of celebrity demonstrations and industry experts. This year, Canada Blooms, a flower-and-garden festival founded in 1996, joins the party, inviting visitors to peruse its blossoming slate of aromatic bouquets and verdant gardens. Though the show flourishes with myriad seminars and exhibits, it also contains buzzed-about highlights, such as a Hockey Fan Cave designed by Jackie Morra and an Urban Barn design competition that awards the winner his or her own booth at next year’s event.
Spokesperson Ty Pennington calls it "the best place to find all the basics, plus all the hot new products—all in one place." At venues across North America, shows presented by Marketplace Events connect homeowners and designers with trusted brands, independent businesses, innovators of new products, and local artisans. The vibrant and inspirational presentations showcase new aesthetic trends and functional designs in the realms of home decor, gardening, energy conservation, and living-space management. In addition to showcasing a range of products and concepts, the event hosts special-guest speakers, who educate audiences on home-remodelling projects from painting walls to adding a fourth dimension to a cramped kitchen.