Interior design on display in Victoria

Feb 9 2011

Wood blinds could punch up the look of your living room and can be custom-made in just one day!
Wood blinds could punch up the look of your living room and can be custom-made in just one day!
The annual Canadian Home Builders' Home and Garden Show will feature the who's who of the interior design world as well as the hottest trends in the industry. With more than 15 presenters giving seminars during the three-day event, amateur designers could find a bit of inspiration that may influence their future conceptions, according to the Times Colonist.

One of the stars of this year's show is HGTV's Bryan Baeumler, host of the show Disaster DIY. He will educate both designers and do-it-yourselfers on ways they can re-use materials in their projects and create more sustainable home layouts. The show will also feature more than 100 exhibitors from all corners of the country to show the latest trends in interior design, home decorating, home improvement, green living and landscaping.

The show will be held on February 18-20 at the Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre in downtown Victoria, British Columbia.

A great way to add warmth and depth to your interior design is with wood blinds. You can buy your new window treatments from BlindsChalet.com and they will manufacture your design in only one day. With a myriad of colors and finishes, you can find the best fit for your home and fast! 
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