TRAVELS : KLCC HOMEDEC HOME DECOR AND DESIGN EXHIBITION

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Are you currently in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia? Planning on coming here? Well if you’re in KLCC, Kuala Lumpur you’re in luck. Why? Because there’s a yearly exhibition being held at the KLCC Convention Centre which is the HOMEDEC Home Decor and Design Exhibition. It is just a walk away from the iconic Twin Tower, KLCC building.

Yesterday I went there with my dad to find a few things to refurbish our house. There are a lot of booths there from water fountains and gates to the kitchen cabinets and ovens. They have it all. All it is that you need to decorate or furnish your house are here in one place. How awesome is that?!

It is mainly an event where many people go to to find the right things for their new home or their current home. Some just come here to see new and unique inventions in the world of home decor. 

HOMEDEC – Malaysia’s largest annual home decor and design exhibition makes a striking comeback with its Part 1 and Part 2 concept. Held for two consecutive weekends in October at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, it is flanked by its key signature feature highlight; the HOMEDEC Showhome, where a real life-size show unit will be designed and built onsite during the ongoing duration of the exhibition.

Some of the things sold here are really rare to find outside in regular stores. They can only be found here at the exhibition. It is quite a sight and really interesting to see and explore. It’s like going on an adventure walking through the exhibition centre.

img_0448The HOMEDEC exhibition is divided into two parts and the first part is being held this week on 20-23 October from 10am to 8pm. HOMEDEC Part 1 (20 – 23 Oct) will be focusing on the “Design + Renovate” theme -whereby products relevant for huge renovation projects and permanent fixtures such as bathroom fittings and sanitaryware, custom-built wardrobes, floor and wall finishes, gates and grilles , home security systems, smart home and switches, kitchen cabinets and appliances, kitchenware and houseware will be on display.

In addition to these items, there will be a selection of pools, aquariums, garden and landscape features, roofing, awning and insulation products as well as stones, tiles and marble, water filtration and solar water heating, windows, doors and glass, etc. Interior design consultants will also be on hand to assist homeowners with relevant tips for designing the home.

The following weekend for HOMEDEC Part 2 (27 – 30 Oct) will see a change of product profile based on the “Furnish & Decorate” theme which allows homeowners to continue shopping for all their home interior needs. Products that will be showcased under this theme include art and decoration, audio visual and home theatre items, furniture and furnishings, home appliances, home services, household products, children’s room merchandise, lighting, mattresses, wardrobes and bedding products, soft furnishings, wall coverings, etc.

So if you’re planning on coming over to the Petronas Twin Towers (KLCC), come and stop by at the HOMEDEC Home Decor and Design Exhibition. Just be prepare your legs to walk for hours as there’s just so many booths to visit and the KLCC Convention Centre is huge. There’s going to be a lot of people there so make sure your children are close to you. Have fun!

For more information visit the HOMEDEC Home Deco Exhibition website or the HOMEDEC Exhibition Facebook page or  HOMEDEC TV on YouTube .


More info about the exhibition:

DATE: HOMEDEC Part 1 (20-23 Oct) and Part 2 (27-30 Oct)

TIME: 10am – 8pm

VENUE: Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre

HOMEDEC email

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