Easy tips for home decor

January 25, 2008 4:48:43 PM PST
Easy tips on how to add color, style and fun to your own home! A deserving family receives a makeover from a celebrity designer.

Decorating can be easy and fun, especially when you have the right ideas or some help from a pro! The South Bay Home and Garden Show along with Celebrity designer Karl Lohnes teamed up with the Peninsula's Habitat for Humanity for a room makeover in the home of a grateful and deserving family. They decorated a small space that needed some color and style to fit the needs of the family. Lisa Quinn was at a home in East Palo Alto to show us how a room can change from drab to fab.

There are even more home decorating ideas this weekend at the South Bay Home and Garden Show, along with plenty of kids' activities, so you can bring the whole family.

South Bay Home & Garden Show

January 25 - 27
Santa Clara Convention Center

Hundreds of exhibitors will be present at the Santa Clara Convention Center to demonstrate the most innovative remodeling, decorating and landscaping products and services. Building, design and exterior experts will share information to help you find ways to make your house into the home you have always wanted!

Show Dates & Hours
Friday, January 25 12:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Saturday, January 26 11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Sunday, January 27 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Adults: $10.00
With paid adult admission, children 12 and under: FREE

Show Venue & Location
Santa Clara Convention Center
5001 Great America Parkway
Santa Clara, CA 95054
Phone: (408) 748-7000
Santa Clara Convention Center

Meet Karl at the South Bay Home & Garden Show
Karl Lohnes
Email: klohnes@styleathome.com

About Karl Lohnes:
Karl Lohnes speaks a language of stylish, no-nonsense decorating advice for homeowners whether it be in magazines or newspaper articles, appearances on radio, television or at a consumer home design shows. His 'rules and regulations' of decorating are fun and easily understood by everyone.

Peninsula Habitat For Humanity
To volunteer please visit: www.peninsulahabitat.org