The Home Design and Remodeling Show Announces its Expansion to Palm Beach County

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Jan. 21, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The Home Design and Remodeling Show, that has been delivering South Florida’s most recognized expos to the local market for over 40 years, is expanding its interior design and home improvement show to Palm Beach County.

Leading the way in home design innovation, the Home Design and Remodeling Show is the perfect one-stop shop destination for all home products and services like interior design, flooring, home automation, security, kitchen remodeling, custom closet design, home decor, impact windows, solar, landscaping, patio furniture, hot tubs and pools; the list goes on and on.

The Home Design and Remodeling show is not only for homeowners to meet experts and become inspired. Industry professionals attend to discover businesses to source from for new projects, while exhibiting businesses have access to the ultimate marketing platform, providing the opportunity to connect with thousands of qualified attendees when exhibiting at the show. Recognized as the largest home improvement and design marketplace in Florida, Home Show Management Corporation proudly serves to boost not only sales and leads for participating businesses from its Shows, but also exposure and brand recognition from its long-standing local reputation.

Karen Johnson

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Lucas Interior Embraces Color to Modernize a Palm Springs Spanish Revival Home

The work of Lucas Interior, a Seattle-based studio helmed by siblings Suzie and David Lucas, has been characterized by serene hues and sweeping yet spare architectural lines. If there is ever a sense of drama, it’s typically achieved purely through volume and geometry. But that’s not how the Lucases approached their latest project, a Spanish Mission Revival home in Palm Springs that packs a colorful punch. “Our clients told us to go crazy and that’s just what we did,” says Suzie Lucas, half-jokingly. “We even had to dial it back at one point.”

The clients, real estate developer Jim John and his husband, Craig Hartzman, an art collector and philanthropist, already owned two homes in the Pacific Northwest that were rather sober and minimalist. At their new California retreat, they wanted to embrace the artistic spirit and carefree ethos of Palm Springs, exploring color, pattern, and the art of mismatching.

“My husband wanted to preserve the old Spanish style of the house, but I grew up in Santa Barbara surrounded by terra-cotta and I really needed something different from that,” quips Hartzman. “Eventually, we said, ‘Let’s make it Spanish but on steroids.’”

This informal dining area, used mostly for wine

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