Show Attendees to Learn the Latest Lifestyle Trends in Home Design

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Home improvement lovers will have the opportunity to attend informative seminars on such topics as log homes, home organization, home improvement loans, and trends in kitchen design and remodeling during the Central Virginia Home and Better Living Show from January 23-25, 2004. They will also be able to visit exhibits of custom cabinetry for the kitchen and bath, mahogany furniture and antiques, childrenÂ?s playsets, patio rooms, and hundreds of other products for better living.

Homeowners visiting the Central Virginia Home and Better Living Show from January 23-25, 2004 will learn all there is to know about trends in home design. Home improvement lovers of all kinds will be able to attend informative seminars on such topics as: log homes, home organization, home improvement loans, and trends in kitchen design and remodeling. They will see exhibits of custom cabinetry, mahogany furniture and antiques, children’s playsets, patio rooms, and hundreds of other products for better living.

National celebrity and Interior Designer, Doug Wilson, of Trading Spaces fame, will speak on Saturday and Sunday, offering tips gleaned from his experiences as a designer to such people as NBC’s Matt Lauer and CBS’s Barbara Walters. Although the 48 hour time limitation and tight budget on Trading Spaces doesn’t allow Doug Wilson to extensively remodel a room; his creative design techniques, sense of humor, and out-of-the-box style allow him to create spaces that are truly unique. Homeowners will be inspired by his approach to interior design and decoration.

Attendees will also hear from local interior designer, Chris McCray, of Chris McCray Designs as well as a number of other experts in topics as varied as faux finishing and home security . Interviews are being arranged for Doug Wilson as well as local experts in the days leading up to the show and a limited number of the press will be able to preview the show on January 23, 2004.

For additional information including a seminar schedule or press passes contact:

Kyndra Ferguson

Company: The Stramull Agency

Telephone: 804-230-1568

Fax: 804-230-8976

E-mail: kyndra@stramull.com

http://www.stramull.com

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