MORRISTOWN, NJ - After ringing in the new year and vowing to fulfill those resolutions, itıs finally time to address another
concern: your home. Perhaps you are looking to make minor adjustments to your house or garden. Maybe you are focusing on a more extensive design issue. Either way, the Home Design & Landscape Show is
the answer to your decorating dilemma. Beginning on Jan. 18, this one-stop, comprehensive show offers the solution to every aspect of home improvement.
For almost a decade, the Home Design &
Landscape Show has provided homeowners access to the products and services of hundreds of exhibitors, who offer everything from home decor, pools, spas, kitchen cabinetry, heating and air conditioning,
to landscape design, architects, interior design services, windows, fireplaces, security systems and much more.
The upcoming Show features more than 200 leading area professionals who are eager to
offer their ideas and suggestions. Their expertise and dedication to excellence are sure to guarantee an expo that will not disappoint. Consumer-friendly aisles, brimming with state-of-the-art products
and innovative ideas, will help spruce up your home from the kitchen sink to the outside patio.
Searching for granite or marble counter tops, hand-woven tapestry, hot tubs or a new sun room? The
Home Design & Landscape Show will make your fantasy a reality. Looking to change your yard into a garden of dreams or to find that perfect accent piece? Then make sure to visit the Show.
you are ready to transform your home into something that fits both your lifestyle and your budget, then look no further. Come to the Home Design & Landscape Show at the Morristown Armory on 450
Western Avenue in Morristown, NJ. Hours are: Friday, January 18: 3:00-10:00 p.m.; Saturday, January 19: 10:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m.; Sunday, January 20: 10:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m.; Monday, January 21: 10:00
Bring the whole family! There will be cooking demonstrations and giveaways. Tickets are $8.00 per adult; children under 12 are free. Discount tickets are available in local papers,
and parking is free. For further information, call 973-326-1333.