Experience the latest in home design and trends at 100% Design
September 28, 2017
Is your home your sanctuary from the outside world? It should soothe your mind, body and soul and be your safe haven at the end of a busy day. When you walk inside your home, do you love what surrounds you?
Maybe you adore certain aspects of your living spaces, but there are areas you'd like to update. Maybe it would just take new window coverings or flooring. Maybe it's time to go for the complete kitchen or bath remodel you've been dreaming about. Or maybe a few quality furniture pieces will give your room the facelift it needs. You've always wanted that backyard oasis – maybe now is the time.
Whether you want to find ways to accent your current décor or do a complete remodel, or anything in between, 100% Design is the place to be! Come experience the latest in home design trends at The Union Newspaper's second annual "100% Design – Home Design & Inspiration Show," taking place October 7th and 8th at the Foothills Event Center.
At 100% Design, you can browse the new products and services of interior designers, home furnishings, lighting fixtures, home and hearth, window coverings, flooring, bathroom and kitchen products, backyard designers and so much more – all in one place!
Come experience the latest in home design trends at The Union Newspaper’s second annual “100% Design – Home Design & Inspiration Show,” taking place October 7th and 8th at the Foothills Event Center.
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To help you with ideas for your home, two local designers will present during the weekend – Stephanie Harvey-Statler of Stephanie's Custom Interiors will guide you through Color Selection at 1 p.m. on Saturday, and at 1 p.m. on Sunday Brook Herman of Brook Ashley Designs will explore tips and tricks for staging your home, for sale or to live in.
Grab your free first drink from the bar (included in the $10 admission price), and see what our local hand-selected local businesses have to offer. Vendors include Sierra Timberline, Hills Flat Lumber, Abercrombie & Company, Brook Ashley Designs, Custom Landscapes, Dean Fabrication, Stephanie's Custom Interiors, Paragon Hardwood Floors, The Hang Up, Terra Graphics Landscape, WrightBuilt Home Remodel & Design, TuffGrass, Byers Solatube, Budget Blinds of Grass Valley, Bath Fitter, Granite Transformations, Hall's Window Center, and more. Each vendor will have a display to help you achieve your dream home, from inexpensive simple fixes to grandiose remodel ideas.
The vendors in this event offer a wide variety of services and products – beautiful home furnishings, hardwood flooring, window coverings, wood, gas and pellet stoves, beautiful doors and windows, landscaping, interior designers, bathroom and kitchen remodeling, lighting, granite and stone work, quality appliances, closet and storage solutions, high-quality artificial grass to keep your landscaping green and lush year-round, and more.
Admission for 100% Design is $10.00, and it includes one free drink from the bar (wine, beer or a non-alcoholic selection) and a free entry into our door prize drawing. There will be food available for purchase from Cesar's Quick Lunch (tacos, burritos, tortas) on Saturday, Kaliko's Hawaiian Kitchen (poke bowls, kalua pork, short ribs) on Sunday. Lazy Dog Ice Cream will be there both days selling their amazing ice cream treats.
The Food Bank of Nevada County will be managing the bar and will receive a portion of the event's proceeds.
100% Design – Home Design & Inspiration Show runs from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Saturday, October 7, and 11:00 am to 5:00 pm Sunday, October 8 at the Foothills Event Center, located at 400 Idaho Maryland Road, Grass Valley, California.
For more information or to purchase tickets online, visit http://www.theunion.com/design or call 530-477-4241.
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