February 15-17, 2019

Greater Philadelphia Expo Center at Oaks

Oaks, PA

Mark Your Calendars!

The Philly Home + Garden Show will return February 15-17, 2019.

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APPEARING LIVE!

Ty Pennington, TLC's "Trading Spaces".

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January Show

Looking to attend the Philly Home Show, January 11-13 & 18-20, 2019? Visit www.phillyhomeshow.com.

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HOME IMPROVEMENT

Innovative Products and Hundreds of Experts All Under One Roof

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GARDENING IDEAS

Practical Advice and Great Deals

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SHOP, COMPARE & SAVE!

On Everything from Windows and Flooring to Cabinets and Landscaping.

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3 DAYS ONLY

Renew, Refresh and Restore Your Home.

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Get a Booth Quote!

Don’t Miss Out on the Action.

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Madcap Cottage

Madcap Cottage

John Loecke and Jason Oliver Nixon are the duo behind North Carolina- and New York-based interior design firm Madcap Cottage. Known for their passion for prints and pattern, the Madcap gents

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Ty Pennington

Ty Pennington

Ty Pennington will be appearing at the 2019 show! Ty first garnered national attention as the quirky and creative carpenter on the groundbreaking home improvement series "Trading Spaces".

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Get a Booth Quote

Attendee talking to an exhibitor

Have a product or service that relates to home improvement, remodeling, design, gardening, or landscaping? Then the Philly Home + Garden Show is the perfect fit for your business! Get a booth quote

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Get Organized for 2019

Jan 2, 2019, 13:20 PM by Thea S
Need some help organizing your space? Check out our top three organizing tips and get ready to add some order to your home.
The start of the New Year is the perfect excuse to make your home a little more organized - even if it wasn't on your list of resolutions. To help you create a space with more structure, we've shared our top three organizing tips. Check them out below and get ready to add some order to your home.

1. Curb Your Clutter
When it comes to getting organized, the biggest obstacle is clutter. It's easy to accumulate things (furniture, clothing, art, dishes - anything, really) and it's hard to let stuff go (are you really sure you won't need that third colander one day?). Before you start rearranging your decor, think critically about your possessions. What do you need? What do you love? What can you get rid of? It was William Morris that said "Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful." Consider this thoughtfully as you begin decluttering. 

Curb Clutter 

2. Recognize (and Fix!) Problem Areas
Organizing your whole home can be a daunting task, so don't think of this project that way. Instead, start with the most challenging areas of your space, and focusing on fixing them. Can't find anything in your closet? Clutter making every trip into and out of your home a struggle? You can't build a bigger closet or foyer, but you can donate old clothing and store off-season shoes and jackets in a different location. When you fix problem areas one at a time, you end up organizing your home. What aspects of your space are currently plaguing you? Start there. 

Organized Foyer 

3. Find Beauty in Functionality
Organization can be a thing of beauty. Embrace the decor trend of putting items on display - like opaque kitchen cabinets and bathroom shelving. When your things add to the look of your space, you'll be more mindful of what you're purchasing and the state you keep it in. 

Organized Kitchen 

We hope these tips help bring some organization to your space this year. For more home improvement tips, project ideas, and advice, visit the Marketplace Events Home Show nearest you. You can also follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook to get the inside scoop on 2019's hottest decor and design trends.

Exhibitor List

Search participating companies before, during and after the show. It’s like having a digital home show at your fingertips year round, complete with booth numbers, store and contact information. There is even the option to email companies directly for a quote.

Get Organized for 2019

Jan 2, 2019, 13:20 PM by Thea S
Need some help organizing your space? Check out our top three organizing tips and get ready to add some order to your home.
The start of the New Year is the perfect excuse to make your home a little more organized - even if it wasn't on your list of resolutions. To help you create a space with more structure, we've shared our top three organizing tips. Check them out below and get ready to add some order to your home.

1. Curb Your Clutter
When it comes to getting organized, the biggest obstacle is clutter. It's easy to accumulate things (furniture, clothing, art, dishes - anything, really) and it's hard to let stuff go (are you really sure you won't need that third colander one day?). Before you start rearranging your decor, think critically about your possessions. What do you need? What do you love? What can you get rid of? It was William Morris that said "Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful." Consider this thoughtfully as you begin decluttering. 

Curb Clutter 

2. Recognize (and Fix!) Problem Areas
Organizing your whole home can be a daunting task, so don't think of this project that way. Instead, start with the most challenging areas of your space, and focusing on fixing them. Can't find anything in your closet? Clutter making every trip into and out of your home a struggle? You can't build a bigger closet or foyer, but you can donate old clothing and store off-season shoes and jackets in a different location. When you fix problem areas one at a time, you end up organizing your home. What aspects of your space are currently plaguing you? Start there. 

Organized Foyer 

3. Find Beauty in Functionality
Organization can be a thing of beauty. Embrace the decor trend of putting items on display - like opaque kitchen cabinets and bathroom shelving. When your things add to the look of your space, you'll be more mindful of what you're purchasing and the state you keep it in. 

Organized Kitchen 

We hope these tips help bring some organization to your space this year. For more home improvement tips, project ideas, and advice, visit the Marketplace Events Home Show nearest you. You can also follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook to get the inside scoop on 2019's hottest decor and design trends.