The Homemakers Expo covers every aspect of your home, from décor to design, home improvement to lifestyle. If you’re passionate about décor and design, their exhibitors will inspire you to turn your home into your castle. Find your share of eco-friendly décor at @LIFE and visit Barrydale Hand Weavers for luxury carpets and cloth made of pure cotton. Beachcomber Home Décor specialises in beach house and country furniture, linen, and accessories and if you want a designer wine rack for your growing collection, chat to Display Wine. Add warmth to your decor with Flameless Candles or support NGO, heART at work, by purchasing some of their beautiful cushions. KeniKen is a contemporary range of fabrics and table linen designed and hand screen printed by artist Kendall Giles, whilst Ronel Bakker Keramiek offers beautiful and functional ceramic art. The Room 13 Collection is a new range of beautifully designed textiles, wallpapers and interior products, whilst Recycabilia recycle and decorate items for the home and garden. De Kleipot boasts with a wide variety of exquisite handmade tiles and Bokke & Blomme sells beautiful and playful words, as well as wooden accessories. Pure Creation specialises in wall lights, art blocks and clothing. JanJax Interiors design and manufacture furniture, often from recycled materials, as well as soft furnishings and decor items and Uber Cool Design turn the ordinary into the artistic with their unique wall clocks. Entrance for adults is R80, pensioners pay R70 and children younger than 12 enter free of charge. Tickets are available at the door or www.webtickets.co.za. The Expo will be open from 10:00 to 20:00 on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and from 10:00 to 18:00 on Sunday. Visit Homemakers for more information.
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