The Denver Home Show is the ONLY place for you to experience what's new in Home Remodeling, Home Decor, and More! You'll have the opportunity to meet more than 500 experts and experience thousands of products and services.
FRESH IDEAS DESIGN STAGE
Our Fresh Ideas Design Stage features presentations from your favorite home improvement and design experts including celebrities from hit design shows, the hottest DIY blogs, and local home and garden pros!
What's a sure sign that spring is around the corner? A little leisurely landscaping challenge, of course! Don't miss all the action at Backyard Wars! Some incredible local landscapers will use their design prowess and battle it out for the best backyard space. Bragging rights and prizes are at stake for our backyard warriors, so stop by and cast your vote for your favorite design and enter to win a $500 gift card.
Local chefs will be performing live cooking demonstrations and offering samples of great recipes throughout the weekend.
SOGETSU JAPANESE FLOWER ARRANGING
Ikebana is the art of Japanese floral arranging. Sogetsu, one of the largest schools of ikebana, will display their incredible and unique flower arrangements at the show. Attendees learned how to create their own simple, sculptural floral masterpiece!
All active & retired fire, police and military personnel receive free admission with valid ID on Friday, March 23rd, 2018. For your service and sacrifice, we thank you.
BIG CROWDS. BIG SUCCESS.
32,620 homeowners converged on the National Western Complex for three days of shopping at the 2017 Denver Home Show, making it a must-attend event again this year. With ideas in mind and money to spend, visitors eagerly walked the show to gain inspiration and meet with 403 exhibitors and experts to discuss their projects.
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PBS Series This Old House and Ask This Old House
The host of the Emmy Award-winning series, This Old House and Ask This Old House. He has appeared on the two shows since 2003 and serves on the editorial board of This Old House magazine. Kevin is also the host of This New House airing on the DIY Network and host of History Through Your House airing on the History Channel’s H2 network.
Kevin, along with his four brothers and two sisters, grew up on various job sites led by his father, a civil engineer. Years later he remains an avid home enthusiast. When Kevin, a lifelong fan of This Old House, and his wife, Kathleen, were renovating their 1892 Queen Anne Victorian they sent an e-mail seeking advice from the Ask This Old House experts. To their surprise and delight, the housecall served as Kevin's first screen test to serve as the new host (the third host in the history of the pioneer home improvement series).
Kevin received a Bachelor of Arts degree in history from the College of the Holy Cross in 1990 and a Master's of Business Administration degree from Boston University in 1999. Most recently Kevin worked for Bank of America as a Senior Vice President in the Commercial Real Estate Group and before that in the Sports Finance Group at Fleet Bank. Originally from New Jersey Kevin lives with his wife and three children in a home north of Boston.
Joanie Sprague is joining the team of all-stars on TLC’s revival of Trading Spaces. Joanie’s home improvement skills has landed her a position as carpenter on the shows return after a 10-year hiatus. Sprague was the runner up on cycle six of America’s Next Top Model and has appeared on DIY Network’s Run My Renovation and Man Caves.