Let It Grow
6 things not to miss at this year's Austin Home & Garden Show
Looking to upgrade your space or start fresh in 2020? Then head to the Austin Home & Garden Show, which brings together tons of innovative products and hundreds of experts for three days at the Austin Convention Center.
From January 10-12, you can gather inspiration for your dream home and garden goals from the stunning displays, and finally find the right person or firm to complete that remodel you've been putting off. From pools and spas to cabinet organization and energy solutions, there's inspo for every project.
It's a lot to take in, so here's a guide to what you absolutely should not miss:
Celebrity appearance by Ty Pennington
Friday is your chance to meet the Extreme Makeover: Home Edition host and carpenter from TLC's Trading Spaces. Snap a selfie, get an autograph, and finally find out how they renovate an entire house in only one week.
Chill in the Backyard Cantina
Looking to spruce up your yard a little — or a lot? Enjoy a break from shopping and take note of the latest trends in this fully decked out dream backyard.
Take a tour of two fully decorated container homes presented by Stackhouse Container Homes, surrounded by imaginative garden landscaping (courtesy of Goodness Grows in Austin). Then start planning where you're going to put your own container home.
Small footprint, big impact
Nomad Tiny Homes has brought one of its popular tiny homes (Austin, you do love them) so you can see for yourself how it's possible to live large in a small space.
Shop 'til you drop
Visit the "show within a show" at the Funky Fun Shops, where local artisans, craftspeople, and unique boutiques make up this Austin-only shopping experience.
Stop by the Main Stage to get the latest tips and tricks from national celebrities and local experts. Stage presentations will take place all three days and cover topics pertaining to remodeling, renovation, decor, gardening, and outdoor projects.
Tickets to the 22nd annual Austin Home & Garden Show are $8 online in advance, $10 at the door, with children ages 16 and under free. Senior tickets are $8 and only available at the box office, while active military and first responders are free with valid ID.
The hours for the show are noon-7 pm on January 10, 10 am-7 pm on January 11, and 11 am-5 pm on January 12. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit the website.