Kick off Spring 2020 with the Houston area’s premier Home and Outdoor Show featuring the latest in new ideas, innovative products and professional services to transform your home into an oasis of comfort – and the envy of your neighbors.
The Tenth Annual Sugar Land Home & Outdoor Show, featuring the latest in residential and lifestyle upgrades and enhancements, returns to the Stafford Centre, located at 10505 Cash Road Jan. 25 and 26. From simple ideas on better utilization of space to amazing residential transformations, the Sugar Land Home & Garden Show is a popular destination to explore home improvement and exciting new possibilities.
“There’s a lot of interest in outdoor living and making better use of yards, patios and decks,” said Tony Wood, president of Texwood Shows, Inc., producer of the home and garden shows in Sugar Land, Cy-Fair, The Woodlands, and new this year-HTown and Lake Houston. “The industry has responded with new and innovative ways for homeowners to enjoy being outside and enhance the value of their property.”
In addition to traditional additions like pools and spas, homeowners are adding outdoor kitchens, showers, breakfast nooks, sitting areas, media centers and covered patios to bring the comfort and functionality of indoors outside.
Outdoor living spaces can be created for seasonal or year-round use, depending on preference. The upgrades improve lifestyle options for homeowners and pay handsome dividends when it comes time to put the property on the market.
“Outdoor living upgrades are very hot in today’s real estate market,” said Wood. “They’re a good investment.”
Home automation is another area of interest among prospective buyers. Home theater, security and other technological advancements are making a big impact in the way homeowners enjoy and protect their most valuable asset.
“New technology enables homeowners to monitor and handle a variety of tasks via computer or smart phone,” said Wood. “You can raise or lower blinds, control heating and cooling, turn lights on and off and take a visual tour of your house and property – from across town or across the country.”
The Sugar Land Home & Garden Show features an array of exhibitors featuring a wide range of products and services for virtually every aspect of residential living, both inside and out. Whatever your interest, the event is a great resource for research and inspiration.
“For homeowners who know what they want, the event provides information and insight on how to accomplish their goal,” said Wood. “But the show is equally beneficial to those who don’t really know what they want or what is possible. It’s a show that inspires creative thinking.”
And unlike shows that simply display designer motifs and the latest technology, the Sugar Land Home & Garden Show features exhibitors, contractors and specialists who can deliver, install and transform dreams into reality.
“In many cases, homeowners can compare products, get bids and get projects started while they are at the show,” said Wood. “It’s a great way to see a wide range of possibilities – including some they never knew existed.”
But the Sugar Land Home & Garden Show is more than major residential expansions and technological upgrades. The event features a wide range of experts in residential living offering live seminars and question-and-answer sessions that address specific situations and concerns.
January is a great time to get organized. We have two organizing professionals in our Sugar Land Show. Ashley Barber, Houston’s first certified KonMari consultant will speak about “Organizing Your Life” with her business Simply Maven. Simplify, minimalize and if it doesn’t bring you joy, get rid of it! Have a 5 min free consultation with Ashley and see how she can use her skills to simplify your life the Marie Kondo way.
Certified professional organizer Lisa Giesler, award-winning author of ““Uncluttered”-discovering strength & purpose in the chaos of life,” will be on hand to help homeowners reduce clutter and get better use of the space they have.Lisa will speak on “Nine Steps for Surviving your Home Renovation” by creating a plan, setting a timeline, vetted contractors with work scope in writing, label boxes you store, purge, and continually ask questions as you go. www.LisaGieler.com
“Our featured Landscape Exhibitor, Outdoor Perfection will be offering a wide range of landscape designs and outdoor living ideas from drainage or shade solutions to adding color to your yard. They are celebrating 20 years of service by sharing a 20% discount during the show.”
Randy Lemmon, host of KTRH’s “GardenLine” show, will broadcast his show from the event and be available to offer advice and answer questions. Fort Bend Master Gardeners will also be avaialable both days. Bring in photos or soil samples.
“We’ve added Flood Frame Executive Director, Tasha Nielsen, who explain the impact Flood Frame can contribute to preventing flood damage to homes. FloodFrame is the simple, effective, and affordable solution that protects your structure from flood damages.”
“We’ve been hosting upscale home and garden shows in Houston for years and every year they get bigger and more popular,” said Wood. “With hundreds of quality exhibitors, experienced contractors and industry experts, there is something for everyone. Boredom is not an option.”
We have added 2 workshops this year for attendees. Ashley Wallace, owner of the Tallest Tulip, will show participants both Days how to make a floral arrangement to take home with them. Board and Brush/Sugar Land will instruct class participants in creating a rustic wood designs to take home!
Tom Tynan will broadcast from the show both days and will man the Home Show Radio Experts Booth until 2pm. Talk to HomeShow Garden Pro’s Dany Millikin.
Get a bit to eat from Clancy’s Public House of Richmond.
Our charity partner is Fort Bend History Association dedicated to sharing and preserving Fort Bend County history. Visit their vintage collection of furniture, clothing, and furnishings from earlier days in the Sugar Land area.
Tickets for the Sugar Land Home & Garden Show are $9 for adults, $8 for seniors, and children 12 years and younger can attend for free. Parking is available at no cost.