Taking place over Labor Day weekend, this year's Miami Home and Remodeling Show displayed the latest products and services in residential and commercial design and improvement. Among notable attendees were John Gidding of TLC's "Trading Spaces" and HGTV's "Curb Appeal, who gave a presentation titled "Living in Art: Decorating Through Self-Expression" and Martin Amado, the host of WPLG 10's "So Flo Home Project," who gave a presentation titled "One Day Room Makeovers: How to Get the Designer Look for Less," which is also the title of his latest book. Also in attendance were local CBS 4 Miami anchor Lauren Pastrana, WSVN 7 anchor Craig Stevens, Robmariel Olea of Univision 23, and Johanna Gomez and Jen Hererra of NBC 6. The show returned to mainland Miami from Miami Beach for the first time in three decades, opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony by Miami mayor Francis Suarez.
"Wynwood is essentially now the epicenter of culture, art, diversity, design, everything that our show stands for," says Adam Kayce, vice president and show director. "People are coming here for so many different reasons. We try to translate the international presence of art."
He continues, "As far as the Home Design and Remodeling Show, it's truly a one stop shop."
Photos by Andriana Mereuta.