Check Out The Toronto Fall Home Show This Weekend

on October 3, 2013

Fall Home Show

While Spring might be the time to clean your home, Autumn is quickly becoming the time to reinvent it.

The Toronto Home Show kicked off it’s 25th year today at the Better Living Centre in Exhibition Place and runs until Sunday. The show features 300 home renovation and décor experts offering tips, tricks and tools for homeowners to spruce up their current living situation.

This year, there are even more special showcases for homeowners to take advantage of.

These include a ‘What’s Your Design Dilemma?’ workshop presented by Reno & Décor Magazine which allows homeowners to directly ask renovators and design experts advice on how to reinvent their homes. This year’s pool of experts include celebrity designer Glen Peloso, contractor Jim Caruk, designer Erica Gelman, interior designer Evelyn Eshun and home product specialist Vicky Sanderson.

Destination Renovation by BILD (Building Industry and Land Development) is always the most popular exhibition at the Home Show and offers patrons the opportunity to consult with experts on a one-on-one appointment basis.

There is also a Lowe’s Kitchen Inspiration Station available to check out with the intent to motivate attendees to change up the area of the house that is the most used. This ideas and projects including buying guides and interaction tools for kitchen upgrades including image galleries and how-to-videos.

It is always nice to know that the Home Show also keeps charitable work as one of its primary goals. In that regard, the show brings back the “Upcycle Challenge: Unhinged” where 25 celebrity experts and bloggers will source and repurpose 25 doors from Habitat For Humanity Toronto ReStore into functional new items or hand painted piece of arts.


Thursday, October 3, 2013
11am to 9pm

Friday, October 4, 2013
11am to 9pm

Saturday, October 5, 2013
10am to 9pm

Sunday, October 6, 2013
10am to 6pm


Adults: $15.00 at the door / $12.00 online

Senior (65+): $13.00 at the door / $10.00 online

Children 13-17: $13.00 at the door / $10.00 online 

Children 12 years & Under: FREE

More information is available at