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Home-design inspo abounds at the annual event, which will include pet-themed highlights, DIY floral workshops and more.
The annual Edmonton Renovation Show takes place this weekend (January 25 to 27), and it’s looking bigger than ever with a design expert–packed speaker schedule that includes HGTV’s Bryan Baeumler and former WL One to Watch Jamie Banfield.To aid you in your show-going experience, we’ve picked four features that are worth dropping by while you navigate the bustling labyrinth at the Edmonton Expo Centre. Whether you’ve got renovation plans in mind or are just looking to peruse, these highlights are sure to kick your home-design senses into overdrive.
This feature will guide you through the overwhelming world of dining décor, from cutlery arrangements to seasonal centerpieces. The space is designed by blogger sisters The Glam Shack and home-décor experts Bella Casa Design, where the art of table setting will be discussed and dissected throughout the weekend. Fill your head with the pros’ tips to make table arrangements so easy and simple you just might leave with your next dinner party set in stone.
Escape the city with a new spin on cabin fever at this outdoor-themed feature by Knotty Pine Cabins and Revolve Furnishings. This year’s design inspiration comes from the Danish concept of hygge, a term referring to coziness and comfort—perfect for a homey chalet in the wilderness. Take inspiration from Revolve’s touches of warmth with their pillows, throws and candles, while you explore these rustic yet modern cabins.
There’s nothing like some bright florals to make you forget that it’s the dead of winter. This workshop by Two Buds Floral Artistry will prepare you for spring by teaching you how to create a set of three lush centerpieces that you can take home. The theme? Anything spring: tulips, hyacinths, pussy willows and other fresh foliage. You’ll be able to drop in throughout the day and participate for $75, plus tax. Get ahead of the game and register here.
Make your home suit everyone in your family, including the furriest of members. This feature designed by Mojo Design is dedicated to making your home functional and fun for both you and your pets, from the smallest of kittens to the ruff-est of dogs. With design tips that incorporate trendy cat scratchers and creative bed installations, “pet-friendly” doesn’t have to mean sacrificing style.
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