Experts and exhibitors at the 11th annual Fall Home and Garden Show at The Woodlands will share new ideas and products that can both beautify and add value to your home.
Tony Wood, president of Texwood Shows, Inc. and producer of the event, said this year's show will have a lot to offer.
"Sometimes a small improvement to a home or yard can make all the difference, and now is the perfect time of year to spruce things up."
Wood said attendees can get creative ideas to transform a backyard into an oasis at the feature landscape exhibit by Stewart Land Designs. "
Brandon Lynch, a certified Aging-in-Place Specialist, will be featuring the Easy Living by Design booth. "Brandon is with Keechi Creek Builders and the exhibit will show new products such as walk-in tubs and control centers to adjust lighting and make life more comfortable."
Visitors can stop by the Whirlpool Cooking Stage for live cooking demos and quick and easy recipes from a Whirlpool culinary instructor.
"We are proud of our lineup of expert speakers. They are enthusiastic, experienced and have what it takes to get you started on the right track with your home improvement projects.
Ellen Delap, professional home organizer, will offer tips to help you organize your home and life.
LaVerne Williams, AIA, LEED certified architect, will give advice for creating a more energy efficient and sustainable home. Mary Scalli, a home staging professional, will share secrets for making homes sell quickly, and John Johnston, president of Designer Kitchens, will provide insight into the latest developments and trends in kitchen design.
"This year's show is truly a fun event for the entire family – with lots of new ideas to take back home and plenty opportunities to shop," Wood said.
FREE parking in the Parking Garage behind the Convention Center next to the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion on Six Pines and Lake Robbins, with a covered walkway to the Convention Center.