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Oct 6, 2015

What a whirlwind weekend! As quickly as we took over the Dulles Expo Center it seemed it was time for us to leave. That's right folks, the Capital Home Show has come and gone - and what an amazing event. We'd like to take a moment to thank the incredible and talented celebrities, DIY gurus, interior designers, Realtors, and home improvement professionals who came together to make the show such a success. We're very fortunate to work with such a skilled group of individuals.

If you weren't able to attend the event, don't worry. We've rounded up our favorite moments from the show, so everyone can feel like they were there. Here's what you missed:


Jason Cameron, host of Man Caves, Sledgehammer, and Desperate Landscapes wowed Main Stage audiences with his home improvement know-how and a fun behind-the-scenes look at his work on the DIY Network.


Dr. Brent Ridge and Josh Kilmer-Purcell, The Fabulous Beekman Boys, took to the Main Stage to talk about life on the Beekman farm, how sustainable living has changed their lives, and their latest book.


Denise Sabia, the voice behind The Paint Home Blog, designed a beautiful Main Stage to help show guests the power of mixing new and old decor, and how they can upcycle thrift store finds.

The French Country Cottage

The Wine Tasting Room

The Writers Retreat

Home show attendees were able to explore three fully customized sheds at our ShedQuarters feature. Designed by members of the Interior Redesign + Staging Association, each space had a different theme. There was: the Writers Retreat, the French Country Cottage, and the Wine Tasting Room. It was so hard to pick a favorite!

Don't forget your mark your calendars - you don't want to miss the 2016 Home + Remodeling Show! With exciting celebrity guests, hundreds of home experts, innovative features, and so much more, it promises to be the home and garden event of the season. So make sure to save the date! We're at the Dulles Expo Center January 22-24, 2016. Hope to see you there!

DULLES EXPO CENTER
JANUARY 22-24, 2016.


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