Tennessee’s longest-running home event, the 36th Nashville Home Show, heads back to the Music City Center on Sept. 6-8 with TLC’s “Trading Spaces” designer Laurie Smith headlining. Over 200 inspiring home industry experts will be featured, as well as the Made in America on-site market, pet plaza and delicious cooking demos from Food Network’s “Master Chef” and “Chopped” finalists.
Eric Udler, event producer, said the Nashville Home Show, one of the year’s top home resource events, is a great afternoon of family fun while helping home enthusiasts shop, save and compare under one roof, including kitchen and bath inspiration.
“For 36 years, this event has provided the opportunity to find great resources for home improvement and repair projects,” Udler said. “This year, visitors will love the talented and popular ‘Trading Spaces’ designer Laurie Smith, who will definitely inspire some new home ideas while providing a fascinating, behind-the-scenes look at this iconic show. We’re thrilled our Made in America Marketplace for on-site shopping returns and we have some great DIY crafts with Chalk Couture.”
On the main inspirations stage, created by EClan Design and ReFresh Home, guests will find advice from area interior designers, easy green living tips with popular Family Focus Blogger Scarlet Paolicchi and a home experts panel with “My Southern Home” television show host Kimberly Greenwell.
Food Network stars will be featured on the cooking stage, including Yachecia Holston, “Master Chef” Season 8 top-five finalist, and “Chopped” finalist, The Bitter Socialite, Trace Barnett, who also competed in “The Next Food Network Star” and “Comeback Kitchen.”
Author/chef C. C. Fridlin and That Susan Williams will also be presenting delicious demos. Be sure to check www.NashvilleHomeShow.com for a complete listing of presentation times.
New features this year include the Pet Plaza and a Home Depot DIY workshop for kids. The Nashville Home Show is working with area rescue groups, East Community Action Network (CAN), Music City Animal Rescue, Critter Calvary and New Leash on Life, to have adorable dogs on site for adoption. There also will be shopping for the family pet. Home Depot has a clever DIY workshop for kids on a first come, first serve basis throughout the show.
Tennessee’s longest-running home event, the 36th Nashville Home Show, features over 200 home industry experts from remodeling contractors, kitchen, bath and landscape designers to inspiring ideas for outdoor living, pool and spa. Featuring sessions with TLC’s “Trading Spaces” designer Laurie Smith and cooking demos with “Master Chef” finalist Yachecia Holston and “Chopped” finalist, The Bitter Socialite, Trace Barnett, this can’t miss event for homeowners is Sept. 6-8 at the downtown Music City Center. Save and buy tickets online at www.NashvilleHomeShow.com.