Love Your Home - Homemakers Expo

Love Your Home - Homemakers Expo

Private Property South Africa
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The Gauteng HOMEMAKERS Expo is certain to make you fall in love with home all over again this February.Apart from the 620 stands showcasing the latest in home lifestyle, the expo also highlights consumer trends with some exciting new features. Landscapers put a spin on garden lustre in Courtyard Couture, demonstrating that a beautiful garden design can be achieved in a small space. At Décor on a budget six top designers show you how to achieve creative brilliance without breaking the bank. Young creative artists will illustrate their latest work in the ever popular Future of Design and HOMEMAKERS will be doing their part for charity by fully supporting the Joburg Child Welfare 100 doors project. This initiative sees artists and celebrities creatively jazzing up over 100 doors, many of which will be displayed and auctioned at the expo.Now in its 18th year, the Gauteng HOMEMAKERS Expo is the country’s largest, multi-award winning home interest show. Love your home at the 2011 Gauteng HOMEMAKERS Expo. Show Details:Dates: 24 -27 February 2011Venue: Coca-Cola Dome, North RidingTimes: Thursday & Friday 10:00 – 19:00Saturday & Sunday 09:00 – 18:00Entrance: R60 Adults, R30 Pensioners, Children under 12 freeFor more information visit www.homemakersonline.co.za or phone 086 111 4663

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