Homeowners all over the world seek the best value and quality for their home. It is, after all, home, it deserves no less. Though it can be rather problematic and tedious to search for the right furniture for your home, Australian homeowners looking for cheap furniture in Perth need not worry though, for this coming March, for the HIA Home Show 2017 is set to be held at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre. The event will no doubt attract a wide variety of prospecting customers, such as professional renovators, and, of course, the average Perth homeowner.
The HIA Home Show, a venture by the Housing Industry Association of Australia, is a four-day event, starting from Friday, March 3 up to Monday, March 6. It is Perth’s longest running and most decorated home improvement event.
The event is expected to showcase products and services from over 180 exhibitors, as well as giving the public a peek at the latest innovations for their home improvement projects.
Shane Kenealy, HIA Home Show’s Event Director, states that the show’s intent is to make updating one’s home easy. She follows that the show is an opportunity to see the latest products and services, all found in one convenient location.
On top of showcasing the latest products, the HIA Home Show will also give homeowners tips and advice for their renovations with its Build Renovate Decorate Stage, an area wherein the experts of the industry will hand out ideas, tips, and advice with regards to interior design and other related topics, such as bathroom design, outdoor deco, etc. Though this area does require payment.
For those with no money but great need for advice, they can book an appointment for the HIA Ask an Expert area, wherein leading experts will participate in 20-minute consultations.
There will also be celebrity guests, such as Matt & Kim, from The Block, and MasterChef participant Josh Catalano, who can be found in the NEFF Cooking Stage, a brand new addition to the show, where he will be showing his skills with a range of freshly cooked meals for guests.