The show featured a range of speakers.
Thousands of people flocked to Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre last week for this year’s Home Show, the country’s longest-running building and renovation event.
With over 250 exhibiters, visitors had the chance to check out a range of products and solutions that could turn their house into a home.
The show featured experts from every step of a building process so whether you were embarking on a new build, or simply looking to spruce up the family home, you were well catered for.
The central exhibit of the show was the Tiny House Expo which featured seven different companies and their designs. It was easily the most congested area of the hall as curious visitors churned in and out of the displays.
The New Joneses' tiny house exhibit.
Speakers included: Adele Locke of Mint Lighting Design; Michelle Worrell and Dean Davis from M&Co; Brendan Watkins from Builder Background Checks Victoria; amongst others, with topics focused on enhancing wellness with light, styling your home for sale, and finding the right builder.
Build.com.au paid a visit to the show on Day One and picked four stand-out stalls:
Natural Stone Bath Worx
Ideal Barn Door