Denver Home Show: Returning in March with Exciting Exhibits and Inspiration

Christian Mackie

If you appreciate exquisitely crafted homes and interior design, consider attending the upcoming Denver Home Show. Taking place from Friday, March 22nd, to Sunday, March 24th, this annual event will unfold at the National Western Complex. 

The Denver Home Show, dedicated to showcasing a wide array of home-related products and professional services, serves as a one-stop-shop for homeowners. From essential pieces to finishing touches and accessories, the event aims to highlight elements that truly make a house a home. 

This event is ideal for anyone looking to revamp their abode, enhance their decor, or add a special touch to their homes. Home improvement enthusiasts can explore offerings in landscaping, appliances, flooring, construction/renovation, housewares, and kitchen/bath. Its impressive fleet of vendors includes Groundworks Colorado, Uniquely You Decor, The Denver Gazette, and Nectar of the Vine.

If you’ve been looking to add a pet to your family, the PETopia area offers a variety of adoptable pets at the Animal Rescue of the Rockies booth, as well as pet products for sale. Also, the home show supports small businesses with the Made in Colorado Marketplace, where local creatives will sell handmade and unique products to adorn your home. 

Other featured exhibits include “Glamping: Where Nature Meets Luxury,” “The Perfect Picnic,” a unique local woman-owned business, and the Sogetsu Ikebana Flower Display, offering daily demonstrations and hands-on workshops.

Before the show concludes, HGTV stars Leslie Davis and Lyndsay Lamb are set to appear. They will be discussing their experiences revitalizing neglected houses and making them irresistible to buyers. Both Davis and Lamb have earned high praise for breathing new life into the real estate and entertainment industries over the years. 

General admission at the door costs $12 for adults, while children ages 12 and younger can attend the Denver Home Show for free. Complimentary admission days, including Hero Day, Teacher Day, and Trade Day are on the agenda, paying tribute to first responders, military personnel, veterans, educators, and trade professionals. 

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