will once again bring their House and Garden Show
to the Knoxville Convention Center
. From February 3rd
, over 150 exhibitors, garden displays, interior design inspirations, regional artists, and DIY experts will fill more than 119,000 square feet with everything a Knoxville-area homeowner needs to know. If you’re thinking of buying or selling a home in 2017, then the Dogwood Arts House and Garden Show
is the place you’ll want to be. You can get tips for renovating spaces, creating a more dynamic curb appeal, and designing your living spaces to be the best they can be.
A Little DIY Goes a Long Way
The House and Garden Show will host several experts that can help you complete some of those projects you’ve been meaning to get to, both inside and outside. Check out the How-To Stage to pick up a tip or two.
of the DIY Network
show Barnwood Builders
will be offering advice for using materials that our forefathers used way back when. He’ll also explain how to build using barnwood, a supply that appears in abundance around the Knoxville area.
Alana and Lex LeBlanc
’s Listed Sisters
will explain how to take the demolition out of renovation. You might learn just the right trick for fixing up that house you’re planning to buy this year.
, Director of Horticulture at Biltmore Estate
in Asheville, North Carolina will be on hand to talk about how they keep the magnificent gardens
up and running at Biltmore. Compared to that monumental task, keeping up your curb appeal will seem like a breeze!
of Dock & Deck
will take from start to finish in the process of constructing outdoor living spaces.
Just the material presented on the How-To Stage would be enough to justify a visit to the House and Garden Show, but the real draw is the Grand Gardens display. The top landscape designers from around the region have created over 10,000 square feet of lush blossoms and vegetation. Seven designers will be there to offer advice for your next landscape design project. You can learn how to transform your yard into the flowering jewel of the neighborhood.
The beauty isn’t limited to the blooming kind, though. Over 20 regional artists will exhibit their work, ranging from jewelry to paintings to wood and glasswork. You’re sure to find the piece that you’ve always wanted, even if you didn’t know it. Maybe you’ll get the framed piece that will finally tie a room’s design together.
This is just a short sample of all that will be filling the halls of the Knoxville Convention Center. Plan to spend a full day wandering from booth to booth, then meandering through the beautiful plants and artwork at the Dogwood Arts House and Garden Show.