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The Vancouver Home + Design Show at BC Place

Acres of inspiration for home decor and renovation October 16 through 19 at the annual Vancouver Home + Design Show.

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REW.ca
October 2, 2014






Colin and Justin's Cabin Pressure basement
A cabin basement revitalized by Colin and Justin in their show Cabin Pressure uses re-sawn pine timber cladding stained with inexpensive instant coffee and water solution

It’s fall again, and along with crisper weather, colourful foliage and pumpkin pie, that means it’s time for the Vancouver Home + Design Show.

This year REW.ca is proud to be a sponsor of this amazing exhibition, which will showcase everything we love about homes, design and renovation. It all takes place inside BC Place stadium from Thursday October 16 through Sunday October 19.

Acres of inspiration along with celebrity guests like Bryan Baeumler of HGTV's Leave it to Bryan, the UK design duo of Colin McAllister and Justin Ryan, and "frugalista" design guru Leigh-Ann Allaire Perrault.

And speaking of frugal, the Ultimate Upcycle Challenge returns for the third year. Local celebrities take an ordinary, pre-loved chair and turn into a work of art which will be auctioned off. Proceeds go to Habitat for Humanity, the non-profit that builds affordable homes for families in need and also runs those epicentres of upcycling, the ReStores.

Want to know more about the Vancouver Home + Design Show? Click here for the official website – and tickets.


Joannah Connolly has been editor and content manager of REW.ca since May 2014. Joannah has appeared on major local TV outlets as a real estate commentator, and has moderated and spoken on several industry panels. During this time, she also spent two years hosting the Real Estate Therapist radio show on Roundhouse Radio 98.3FM. A dual Canadian-British citizen, Joannah has 20 years of journalism experience in Vancouver and London, with a prior background in construction, architecture and business media.
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