WITH ALL THIS cold weather and prices of pretty much everything sky rocketing, we need something to look forward too and brighten our spirits. So just for you interior design junkies,you can start getting excited as largest consumer home event returns to London’s Earls Court this March.
The Ideal Home Show has been running for over a 100 years and this year is expected to be bigger than ever. Spanning for seventeen days, (11th-27th March) and more than 600 exhibitors bringing you the ultimate home shopping experience, the multi-award winning show covers all areas of design from interiors and garden to gadgets and cooking. This year they’ve even included a beauty section and mini catwalk event for those who might want to take a break and indulge themselves.
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You can also have a look at the highlights from this weeks Birmingham Interiors Show. Eco-friendly artist and designer Sarah Turner, (featured in The Designers Block, Birmingham Interiors Show 2011) will be exhibiting her handmade recycled lights at the Ideal Home Show.
Doors open and 10am and the event lasts until 6pm except on Thursdays when it’s 9pm. Ticket prices range from £11 – £18 for adults, over 60’s £10-£14 and children under the age of fifteen are free. Also, after 5pm on thursday’s it’s only £5! There is a marginal discount when booking in advance and groups of ten or more. The Hilton Hotels have collaborated with the show and visitors can enjoy a range of ticket deals when booking with them. I feel this years Ideal Home Show will knock many others out of the water, so it’s one not to be missed.
You can find out more information about travel, tickets, highlights and more by visiting the website www.idealhomeshow.co.uk