HOMES: Special guests to speak at Vancouver Home + Design Show in October

Surrey-based exhibitors at the event include Garaventa Lift

Todd Talbot

Close to 350 exhibitors will fill Vancouver Convention Centre  West for this fall’s Vancouver Home + Design Show.

The show is “where big ideas, trusted advice and fresh inspiration unite” for four days, from Oct. 27 to 30.

Guest speakers include HGTV’s Mia Parres & Rob Evans, of “The Expandables,” Todd Talbot, co-host of HGTV Canada’s “Love It Or List It Vancouver,” and Colin & Justin of W Network’s “Game of Homes” and Cottage Life’s “Cabin Pressure.”

Surrey-based exhibitors include Garaventa Lift, the company that built the Grouse Mountain Skyride in 1974.

The show’s list of exhibitors runs from appliances to windows, with lighting, kitchen and bath, food and beverage, heating, gardens and more in the mix.

For show tickets and more details, visit Vancouverhomeanddesignshow.com or call 604-639-2288.

 

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