If you’re in the JHB area, here’s 10 reasons to visit this years Grand Designs Show at the Coca Cola Dome 25-27 May.
1. Living Spaces by Design within the Interiors section. Six living spaces have been matched with a celebrity namely Ashley Hayden, Bridget Masinga, Gregg Hammond, Mark Pilgrim, Bailey Schneider and Kahn Morbee from the Parlotones.
2. Grand Kitchens offers the Chefs Theatre offering a stellar line-up of South African Chefs giving you tips on how to cook the perfect meal
3. 6th Sense Bistro sponsored by Whirlpool, a gorgeous cafe-style restaurant offering visitors delicious food in a lovely setting.
4. Builders Warehouse DIY Theatre within the Grand Build section will be showcasing their very own experts giving visitors their most up to date ideas when it comes to renovating. Well known DIY gugu Aidan Bennetts will be at the show giving the best tips in the business along with Janice Anderson from DIY Divas.
5. The Garden Meander – top landscapers will be brining some amazing gardens to life at Grand Designs Live.
6. The Garden Theatre with Tanya Visser and gardening experts giving their best tips
7. SA Garden and Home will be doing a Design a Garden display designed by legendary landscaper Jan Blok who will also be on hand at the show to offer advice to our visitors
8. SA Garden Magazine will be brining the most famous flower show to Grand Designs Live – the Chelsea Flower Show with a live broadcast on the Grand theatre on all three days of Grand Designs Live, showing you the latest pictures and trends for 2012/2013
9. The House of the Future in association with Popular Mechanics will showcase the latest and impending technology, design, innovation and eco/substainable products for your home
10. Our Picnic area, Forest Hill brought to you by Grow-a-Tree, an area of tranquility, luch grass, gorgeous trees and plants – a quiet space to sit, relax, enjoy a delicious picnic lunch and rejuvenate your energy.
Everyone who attends Grand Designs Live will be leaving with there very own lavender plant sponsored by PPC Cement and The Gardener magazine