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The National Home Show 2019

4 tips to make the most of your small balcony – from National Home Show experts

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4 tips to make the most of your small balcony – from National Home Show experts

Having a backyard or even a balcony (no matter how big or small) is a luxury these days for most people, especially the closer you live to the city. And, with square footage getting smaller and more expensive, maximizing the potential of every inch of your space, including your balcony, is crucial. It’s time to start thinking of your exterior as an extension of your home. You can create a slice of paradise even in the smallest of spaces with just the right touches, and National Home Show experts are here to prove it.

Here are four ways to make the most of your small outdoor space:

1. Look for space saving furniture

Just because your balcony may be compact, doesn’t mean it needs to feel cramped, or that you have to sacrifice luxury for space. Look for furniture that is comfortable, without be bulky. Don’t be discouraged if you can’t fit a table and chairs. Folding furniture for a small space can be just as pretty as stationary counterparts these days, and retailers such as Andrew Richard Designs are offering double-duty options in sleek designs that don’t add bulk to your space. Think chairs with armrests that double as a side table and space dividers that are also storage bins.

Also, don’t forget to organize and optimize your available space and consider exterior walls and railings as part of your canvas – perhaps lights along your railings to illuminate your balcony and help keep the floor area free of clutter, freeing up more space for essential furniture.

2. Decor makes all the difference

Cold, bare concrete walls and floors wouldn’t make your condo feel homey, so why would they your balcony? Inexpensive wood deck tiles or simply stencil painting a pattern onto the concrete can add instant warmth to your balcony. Incorporate small outdoor area rugs or throw cushions instead of heavy furniture to add texture, comfort and personality, as well as make your area appear bigger. And don’t be afraid to add bright colours to your petite space. Your outdoor area should represent your style, just as much as your interior choices.

3. Take your garden to vertical heights

Starting from the ground up, AstroTurf is an easy way to replicate that suburban yard feel on your city balcony that won’t frustrate condo management. Don’t be afraid to get your green thumb on, even in a small way, by scattering tiny potted herbs around your outdoor space, but remember to hang them vertically to avoid taking up valued floor space. Placing plants at various heights will also help add major interest and height to your space, and don’t hesitate to be creative, says Peter Bonanno of Curb Appeal. Think about perching some planters on balcony railings or investing in a sleek and possible portable privacy screen for added seclusion. But, be sure to fill platers with outdoor, seasonal flowers that can withstand the elements and ever-changing weather conditions.

4. Lighten the mood

Whether it’s with lights or a little fire, light it up and set the mood in the process. Even if you can’t swing railing lights, outdoor lanterns and even simple mason jars filled with sand and a candle are perfect to light up a summer night on your balcony. If heat and ambiance is what you’re after, mini portable tabletop heaters come in a variety of finishes and colours. Not only will these help you extend your outdoor time on cooler, shorter days, but they’ll also keep away pesky mosquitos. Just be sure not to light things up too much, as you wouldn’t want to ruin the view of a perfect starlit night sky.

If you’re looking for even more inspiring home, condo and garden ideas, and want to see these tips come to life, visit the Outdoor Living Feature at the National Home Show presented by ReMax and co-located with Canada Blooms from March 8 to 17 at The Enercare Centre in the Exhibition Place in Toronto.

For further information on the National Home Show or Canada Blooms, at the Enercare Centre at Exhibition Place, visit the website.

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National Home Show & Canada Blooms 2018 – ReCap

RENO & DECOR Magazine presented “Design Intervention”

Rebecca Hay – RENO & DECOR booth designer

I thoroughly enjoyed designing RENO & DECOR’s – Design Intervention booth this year for the National Home Show.

Inspired by lakeside living, the booth was a unique “cottagey” space with shiplap walls, comfortable and classy furnishings and great colourful decor items like handcrafted cottage themed pillows. The summer’s night sky mural and charming check bedroom walls added unique touches typical of a lux Muskoka retreat.

Thank you to all the wonderful people who came in to enjoy our little cottage and talk design!


Winners of the Contests:

  • The Velux skylight and installation – Maria T of Mississauga
  • A 2 hour in-home design consultation with Rebecca Hay – Bethany L of Toronto
  • A gift card and bench from UpCountry – Sandra S of Toronto



Thanks to all the designers that participated in Design Intervention:


RENO & DECOR would like to thank the following sponsors of Design Intervention:


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The National Home Show & Canada Blooms – March 9-18

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The National Home Show & Canada Blooms – March 9-18

Enercare Centre, Exhibition Place
100 Princes’ Blvd., Toronto, ON

RENO & DECOR Magazine presents:

“Design Intervention”

From March 9 – 18, 2018 at the National Home Show, visit RENO & DECOR to have all of your Design and Decor concerns put to rest. Design Intervention runs every day from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. On-hand will be a host of design and decor experts along with your favourite R&D contributors offering free 15-minute consultations. Be sure to bring along your photos, samples and floor plans to ensure you get the most out of your appointment.


Rebecca Hay – RENO & DECOR booth designer

Celebrated as one of Canada’s rising industry leaders, Toronto designer Rebecca Hay has a diverse portfolio ranging from luxurious private residences to large scale commercial projects both in Toronto and nation wide.

With a focus on exceptional quality, Rebecca Hay Designs offers a full range of interior design services, specializing in luxury residential. Rebecca’s designs infuse old with new, creating a signature blend of traditional and contemporary. An extensive network of resources and partnerships allow Rebecca and her team to deliver outstanding, hands-on service, and beautifully creative solutions that bring their clients’ visions to life. In addition to her residential design work, Rebecca and her team create award-winning sales pavilions for some of the top home builders in the GTA.

Rebecca Hay Designs – National Home Show/RENO & DECOR Booth inspired by classic and casual lakeside living.

Rebecca Hay Designs is pleased to announce we will be providing the design creation for the upcoming Design Intervention booth #4118 at the National Home Show.

Muskoka inspired and naturally nautical, I based the RENO & DECOR booth’s decor scheme on this classic summer home aesthetic. We have incoproated walls in painted white shiplap to add textural interest while creating a relaxed cottage living atmosphere. The crisp white walls will be balanced by the soft and varied wood tones of the furniture which was all selected from our furniture sponsor this year UpCountry and added in some fun custom hand printed pillows by Cottage Cloth which emphasize the nautical theme and easy going vibe.

We created these outdoor living spaces by adding a rich night sky mural provided by Ruth Baker Design and paired it with outdoor furnishings to simulate lakeside summer living. A custom “boathouse” bar was designed to create an outdoor entertaining zone, built by Pure Kitchens and paired with sleek black stone counters from Select Granite and a luxe faucet from Watermarks. In addition to comfortable indoor/outdoor living and entertaining, we wanted to include a bedroom vignette. With a buffalo check pattern created by Peacock Living, the walls are graphic, bold and fun.

The booth showcases a glimpse into lakeside living at it’s best.

Come visit me and the team while at the National Home Show this March and get design inspired!


On Monday, March 13 @ 2pm and Friday, March 16 @ 2pm – be sure to catch Rebecca on stage along with Kate Davidson and Linda Mazur as part of RENO & DECOR’s “Designer Panel”. The panel will be discussing “Realities Of A Reno”

Regardless of the size of your project or the footprint of your space, creating  a beautiful and luxurious aesthetic in our homes can be accomplished with a well laid out plan.  Style and luxury is not determined by the size of your space, but the design.  We can garner inspiration by all that we see, but realism is always necessary when renovating, not only about the space you’re working with but also your budget.  A good design can deliver all that your heart desires while creating for you a wonderfully luxurious, relaxing and inviting home that reflects your individuality and needs for years to come.

If you’re considering an upcoming renovation, join GTA designers Linda Mazur, Rebecca Hay, Kate Davidson at the National Home Show stage, where this panel of designers will be discussing how to make the most of your upcoming home renovations without compromising on luxury, style or functionality.  They will take you through the key aspects of renovating, share their top renovation strategies as well as fave kitchen, bath and home products to consider including in your homes in 2018.  Get inspired and reno ready in 2018!


Design Intervention appearance schedule:

For updated designer appearance schedules, please keep checking back here.

Friday, March 9 = 11 pm – 1 pm

Saturday, March 10 = 11 am – 3:30 pm

Friday, March 16 = 3 pm – 6 pm

Saturday, March 17 = 11 am – 2 pm

Sunday, March 18 = 1 pm – 4 pm

Saturday, March 10 = 3:30 pm – 6 pm

Saturday, March 17 = 2:30 pm – 6 pm

Sunday, March 18 = 11 am – 1 pm

Sunday, March 11 = 2 pm – 5 pm

Monday, March 12 = 2:30 pm – 5 pm

Wednesday, March 14 = 11 am – 5 pm

Sunday, March 18 = 2 pm – 5 pm

Friday, March 9 = 1 pm – 5 pm

Tuesday, March 13 = 11 am – 3:30 pm

Saturday, March 17 = 11 am – 2:30 pm

Friday, March 9 = 11 am – 3 pm

Friday, March 9 = 5 pm – 6:30 pm

Tuesday, March 13 = 12 pm – 2 pm

Friday, March 16 = 4 pm – 6 pm

Saturday, March 17 = 6 pm – 8 pm

Sunday, March 11 – 1 pm – 3 pm

Saturday, March 17 = 11 am – 1:30 pm

Monday, March 12 = 12:30 am – 4 pm

Sunday, March 18 = 11am – 2 pm

Sunday, March 11 = 11 am – 2 pm

Wednesday, March 14 = 11 am – 1:30 pm

Friday, March 16 = 11 am – 3 pm

Sunday, March 11 = 11 am – 1 pm

Saturday, March 10 = 11 am – 3 pm

Sunday, March 11 = 12:30 pm – 4:40 pm

Tuesday, March 13 = 3 pm – 5:30 pm

Friday, March 16 = 3 pm – 5:30 pm

Sunday, March 18 = 2 pm – 4 pm

Thursday, March 15 = 2 pm – 6 pm

Friday, March 16 = 11 am – 3 pm

Sunday, March 11 = 2 pm – 4:30 pm

Saturday, March 17 = 2 pm – 4 pm

Saturday, March 10 = 2:30 pm – 6 pm

Monday, March 12 = 11 am – 2:30 pm

Wednesday, March 14 = 1:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Thursday, March 15 = 12 pm – 4 pm

Saturday, March 17 = 2 pm – 6 pm

Saturday, March 10 = 11 am – 3:30 pm

Thursday, March 15 = 11 am – 2 pm

Sunday, March 18 = 11 am – 2 pm


RENO & DECOR would like to thank the following sponsors of Design Intervention:

See you at the show!


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The National Home Show Continues to Meld Home and Design

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The National Home Show Continues to Meld Home and Design

by Dena Gouweloos

“Okay Google, make me some coffee.”

Imagine a morning where you didn’t have to roll out of bed, struggle to locate your slippers, shuffle to the kitchen and to painstakingly make yourself a cup of coffee just to get motivated in the morning. What if you could make a freshly-brewed pot from the comfort of your bed? Or, clean the house without having to lift a mop and getting your hands dirty? Or change the channel without a 15-minute search for the ever-elusive remote?

You can see why the concept of a hands-free, tech-filled home is appealing, but did you know it is also possible? Homes are getting “smarter,” more efficient and, above all, with small upgrades, new technology and connected appliances, homes are now reflecting our lifestyles and needs like never before.

“Tech-integrated homes are the way of the future,” says Denise Hayward, show manager for the National Home Show, presented by RE/MAX and co-located with Canada Blooms. “Connecting our living spaces through voice-activated controls and creating self-cleaning rooms are things we once thought only possible in sci-fi movies, but the reality is that it’s easier than ever a turn your space into a handsfree smart home.”

From automatic environment monitoring to voice-controlled everything, our homes have become an extension of our on-the-go lifestyles. The invention of home-automation systems like Google Home and Amazon Echo have revolutionized the way we live, with the option to integrate A.I. such as ‘Alexa’ and ‘Siri’ into everything from our kitchen appliances, thermostats, TVs, garage doors and much more. Gone are the days of coming home to a freezing cold house or forgetting your grocery list at home – press a button and the contents of your fridge are accessible at your fingertips.

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“New tech adds an unprecedented level of convenience to the way we live, order food and even shop, so it seems fitting to access these tools in our homes,” adds Hayward. “Whether it’s a simple addition of a no-touch faucet to help keep hands germ-free and clean, or as complex as a new fridge with built-in Wi-Fi capabilities that sends a text when you’re low on milk, it’s incredible to see how far we’ve come and how smoothly and seamlessly these new tools can be integrated into the design of your home.”

While we’ve yet to reach a Jetsons-level of high-tech furniture and conveyor belt floorboards, it’s hard to believe that total home automation isn’t the end goal for developers. Technology and innovation companies are continuing to build and improve upon connectivity and automation in household appliances, and consumers across every market are eager to discover what’s next for their homes.

The trend isn’t going away anytime soon, either—contractors, interior designers, builders and trade shows are featuring more home tech than ever before as new connections and hands-free tools are created. You can see how integrated tech and home design come together seamlessly at the Best Buy feature at the 2018 National Home Show.


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National Home Show, Canada Blooms inspires everyone

National Home Show, Canada Blooms inspires everyone

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National Home Show, Canada Blooms inspires everyone

The two shows — co-located again this year — exhibit the best in home building, decorating, outdoor living, gardening and renovation.

With spaces to meet every need and features to spark creativity, the National Home Show wants to make sure that you’re living your best life, in your best home.

“With a growing demand for versatile living options, this year’s National Home Show wants to showcase not one, not two, but four different ways to find the home that is right for you,” says Denise Hayward, show manager for the 2018 National Home Show. “Whether you prefer to stay connected with technology, are looking to furnish your dream space in the suburbs, or want to be one with nature, this year’s show has something to inspire everyone, and every way of life. Plus, we have more than enough inspiration and professionals to help make that dream happen.”

DREAMHOME

This year’s DreamHome, Angéline, is everything you could ever want and more in a home. Built by Canadians, for Canadians, Bonneville Homes created a space with integrated tech elements and a strategic open concept, designed to make life easier for today’s on-the-go family. Partners BedfordBrooks and Curb Appeal have seamlessly blended the home’s interior and outdoor environments with indigenous flora and fauna, plus finishings and furnishings that embrace a Canadian story line. Rustic wood accents and Indigenous art are woven into the design of the home, along with iconic Hudson’s Bay accessories for a quintessential Canadian style.

LIVING INSIDE OUT

Turn your postage-stamp backyard into a blissful oasis with inspiration from celebrated designer Jackie Morra’s Ultimate Backyard feature. The 400-square-foot outdoor living space uses the natural elements of fire, water, stone and wood to create a natural extension of your home. Learn how to bring indoor comforts outside — without relinquishing your sense of style — with focused areas for cooking, dining entertaining and relaxing.

 

LIVING WELL CONNECTED

Make your life easier with the touch of a button (or merely by asking for it) with new tech from the Best Buy Smart Home, presented by Google Home. Say hello to your voice-activated space with integrated Google Home technology that lets you control everything from the lights, to your Nest Thermostat and Video Doorbell. You’ll find everything you need to live a hands-free life with self-cultivating gardens, smart pillows that monitor your sleep patterns, high-tech home appliances and more.

WITH YOUR OWN HANDS

Change can be a good thing, especially when it comes to your home. Take the fear out of renovations by taking matters into your own hands — literally. DIY renos and home upgrades can be made simple with a visit to the Home Hardware DIY Centre at this year’s show, where hands-on demonstrations can teach you how to do everything from painting and drywalling, to stone cutting, tiling and more. Still stuck? Bring your plans and pictures to Destination Renovation by RenoMark for a free one-on-one consultation with a professional renovator — no project is too small or too large.

 

FLOWERS THE STAR OF THE SHOW

When the Garden Club was celebrating its 50th anniversary and Landscape Ontario its 25th they agreed that they deserved special recognition. They settled on a special event that put a spotlight on their shared interest in flowers, gardens and horticulture. Canada Blooms was born.

“Right from our first show, we knew we had a success,” says Donalda Kelk, chair of the Garden Club’s Toronto Flower Show, an integral part of the Canada Blooms experience. “We proved Canadian gardeners wanted a world-class flower and garden festival, and it has continued to grow year after year.”

That first Canada Blooms attracted 70,000 people over five days. Now a 10-day festival, Canada Blooms is the largest festival of its kind in Canada, drawing more than 200,000 garden enthusiasts.

About 120 volunteers assemble an estimated 120 floral design installations and 150 horticultural specimens for the showcase at Blooms.

“The Toronto Flower Show is something that is really nice to look at,” says Kelk. “It’s educational, and it inspires people with ideas of designs they can do around their own homes.”

Each exhibit at the Toronto Flower Show is inspired by one of the 24 themes from the 24 classes hosted by the Garden Club of Toronto and showcases displays of all shapes and sizes.

This year’s show will also feature works by amateur floral designers from 10 countries — including Canada — that compete at the World Association of Floral Artists competition. At the 2017 WAFA competition in Barbados, Canada was on the podium seven times with a handful of honourable mentions.

“The Toronto Flower Show is proof that you don’t have to be a landscaper to grow and design something beautiful,” says Kelk. “You can have gorgeous house plants in your living room. You can grow something on your balcony. It shows people how they can bring their gardens insider, either in a pot or in a creative design.”

The National Home Show and Canada Blooms takes place March 9 to 18, 2018 at the Enercare Centre at Exhibition Place in Toronto.

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Canada Blooms invites you to the movies

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Canada Blooms invites you to the movies

Calling all movie buffs and garden lovers alike: get ready to be inspired at Canada Blooms 2018 with an array of floral and landscape designs influenced by some of Hollywood’s greatest blockbusters.

“We are very excited for our 2018 theme, ‘Let’s Go To The Movies,’ ” said Terry Caddo, general manager of Canada Blooms. “We cannot wait to see what our award winning florist artists, garden builders and designers have up their sleeves and how they will incorporate the theme into their creations.”

One garden that will transport you to an alternate ecosphere, filled with out-of-this world flora and space-age elements, will be the “Star Trek Garden” by Melanie Rekola Landscape Design.

“Horticulture is very much a science-based practice and I’ve always had a love for science – and science fiction,” said designer Melanie Rekola, “When I heard that Canada Blooms 2018 was movie themed, I saw the perfect place to merge sci-fi with horticulture.”

Also being presented at Canada Blooms will be not one, but three Plants of the Year, which come from Proven Winner’s National Plant of the Year program.

“We’re thrilled that Canada Blooms has graciously agreed to feature our three National Plants of the Year at their spring festival,” said Marshall Dirks of Proven Winners. “In just our second year of building this effort, we’ve been pleased that growers and retailers have embraced the National Plant of the Year program, making it easier for gardeners to experience these wonderful varieties.”

The Supertunia Bordeaux is the 2018 Annual of the Year — a petunia developed by Ken Lander of Sunrise Greenhouses in Pugwash, N.S. The other honourees for 2018 include the Primo Black Pearl, a heuchera named Perennial of the Year, and Spilled Wine, a weigela recognized as Landscape Plant of the Year.

For more than 20 years, Canada Blooms has inspired thousands of gardeners and the 2018 festival is shaping up to be no exception.

“We’re looking forward to welcoming back many of our exhibitors, such as the annual Toronto Flower Show and, of course, our several guest speakers and industry professionals who will be sharing gardening and floral advice on our celebrity stage,” Caddo said.

In 2017, Canada Blooms saw over 174,000 visitors who discovered the joys of horticulture through gardens, floral designs, Canada’s largest juried flower show and competition, over 100 presentations, special features, as well as 750 exhibitors. Co-located with the National Home Show, Canada Blooms will take place March 9 to 18 at the Enercare Centre at Exhibition Place in Toronto.

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Ideas, advice and more at the National Home Show

Ideas, advice and more at the National Home Show

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Ideas, advice and more at the National Home Show

by Bryan Tuckey

Considering a renovation but don’t know where to start? Look no further than the National Home Show.

North America’s largest home and garden show, the National Home Show (alongside Canada Blooms) opens Friday, March 10, 2017 at the Enercare Centre at Exhibition Place, and runs until Sunday, March 19, 2017. It features a wide range of products and services for your home — more than 700 exhibitors will be on hand so there’s something for everyone.

The show is also a great place to get help for your next renovation. Exhibitors include professional renovators, designers, manufacturers, suppliers and more. Many of them can offer free professional renovation advice. No matter what your project is, there are experts to help you get started.

If you’re looking for some helpful tips for a small project you’re considering, Lowes DIY Centre features demonstrations on common home improvement jobs such as insulating basements, hanging new kitchen cabinets or stopping a pesky draft.

Looking for some great decor ideas? Visit Design Intervention presented by Reno & Decor Magazine where interior designers and decorators will be on hand to offer one-on-one consultations, free advice and expert tricks.

If you are renovating, make sure you attend the Five Steps to a Successful Renovation seminar on the main stage on March 10, 11 and 14. Two professional RenoMark renovators will discuss the five essential steps to a home or condominium renovation, outline what you should know about permits and point out what to look for when hiring a renovator. Get the full schedule at nationalhomeshow.com.

Another great source for professional renovation is Destination Renovation, BILD’s featured exhibit at the show. It will have a team of professional RenoMark renovators offering free renovation advice. They’re there to help so bring your photos, blueprints and sketches.

Destination Renovation is also a good place to learn about the national RenoMark program and how it can help you find professional renovators, trade contractors and custom builders. What sets RenoMark renovators apart is their commitment to a Code of Conduct which binds them to things such as providing written contracts for all jobs, having at least $2 million liability insurance and offering a minimum two-year warranty. Learn more at renomark.ca/Home.

The National Home Show also features a Dream Home that you can actually walk through and experience. This year’s Dream Home is the stunning 2,600-square-foot FutureDreamHome built by RenoMark member Probuilt. It features beautiful architecture and design, combining evolving technology with past traditions to fit a modern lifestyle.

The show is co-located with Canada Blooms, which offers more than 50,000 square feet of gardens and more than 30 landscapers. Be sure to walk through it if you’re looking to improve the look of your yard or just to appreciate some of the beautiful landscaping on display.

There is free parking after 4 p.m. on weekdays. If you buy your tickets online, use the “STAR1” promo code and save $5 off the regular purchase price.

Enjoy the show!

Bryan Tuckey is president and CEO of the Building Industry and Land Development Association (BILD). Find him at twitter.com/bildgta facebook.com/bildgta and bildblogs.ca.


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The National Home Show & Canada Blooms – March 10 – 19, 2017

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The National Home Show & Canada Blooms – March 10 – 19, 2017

Enercare Centre, Exhibition Place
Toronto, ON

RENO & DECOR Magazine presents:

“Design Intervention”

From March 10-19, 2017 at the National Home Show, visit RENO & DECOR at booth 4118 to have all of your Design and Decor concerns put to rest. Design Intervention runs every day from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. On-hand will be a host of design and decor experts along with your favourite R&D contributors offering free 15-minute consultations. Be sure to bring along your photos, samples and floor plans to ensure you get the most out of your appointment.


Returning to design the space will be the ultra-talented duo of Glen Peloso and Jamie Alexander.

A word from Glen & Jamie:

“We hope that you join us a the Reno and Decor space to not only to get some expert advice about your home renovation but also to be inspired by the rooms that we are creating to enhance the space. The furniture and accessories take your space to “magazine picture” perfect.

Come and see some of the latest trends in home decor, ways to layout a room and understand how to layer with luxury. When you really fall in love with something, it is available at our retail store on King East in Toronto’s Design district.  Looking forward to meeting you!”


On Monday March 13, be sure to catch Glen & Jamie on stage along with Evelyn Eshun and Michelle Mawby as part of Reno & Decor’s “Designer Panel”. The panel will be discussing “Kitchens and Baths: Why the Most Expensive Home Renovations? & How to Keep Costs Under Control!”


Design Intervention appearance schedule:

For updated designer appearance schedules, please keep checking back here and the show’s website: nationalhomeshow.com

Monday, March 13 = 11 am – 4 pm

Wednesday, March 15 = 11 am – 5:30pm

Thursday, March 16 = 11 am – 5:30 pm

Sunday, March 19 = 11 am – 5 pm

Friday, March 10 = 11 am – 6 pm

Saturday, March 11 = 11 am – 2:30 pm

Monday, March 13 = 11 am – 3 pm

Tuesday, March 14 = 11 am – 3 pm

Thursday, March 16 = 11 am – 3 pm

Friday, March 17 = 11 am – 6 pm

Sunday, March 19 = 2 pm – 5 pm

Sunday, March 12 = 2 pm – 5 pm

Tuesday, March 14 = 11 am – 2:30 pm

Saturday, March 18 = 1 pm – 4:30 pm

Sunday, March 19 = 11 am – 2 pm

Sunday, March 12 = 11 am – 1 pm

Saturday, March 18 = 11 am – 1:30 pm

Wednesday, March 15 = 2:15 pm – 4:30 pm

Saturday, March 18 = 1:30 pm – 2:45 pm

Saturday, March 18 = 4:15 pm – 6 pm

Monday, March 13 = 4 pm – 6 pm
Thursday, March 16 = 3 pm – 6 pm

Saturday, March 18 = 2:30 pm – 6 pm

Friday, March 10 = 11 am – 1 pm

Saturday, March 11 = 2:30 pm – 6 pm

Saturday, March 11 = 11 am – 3 pm
Sunday, March 12 = 11 am – 2 pm

Tuesday, March 14 = 2:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Wednesday, March 15 = 11 am – 2 pm

Monday, March 13 = 4 pm – 6 pm
Sunday, March 12 = 11 am – 2:30 pm

Saturday, March 18 = 11 am – 2:30 pm

Friday, March 10 = 1 pm – 6 pm
Saturday, March 11 = 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Monday, March 13 = 4 pm – 6 pm

Wednesday, March 15 = 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Tuesday, March 14 = 3 pm – 6 pm

Saturday, March 18 = 11 am – 1 pm

Sunday, March 12 = 1 pm – 5 pm

Friday, March 17 = 2 pm – 6 pm

Friday, March 10 = 11 am – 3 pm

Saturday, March 11 = 11 am – 3 pm

Friday, March 17 = 11 am – 2 pm
Sunday, March 19 = 11 am – 5 pm
Saturday, March 11 = 3 pm – 6 pm

Sunday, March 12 = 2:30 pm – 5:30 pm


RENO & DECOR would like to thank the following sponsors of Design Intervention:

Thanks and see you at the show!


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