HGTVPro.com Interviews the Experts, Holds Panel on Color
HGTV and several of its Scripps Network properties, including HGTVPro.com, will have a major presence at the Feb. 13-16 International Builders’ Show in Orlando; its booth will be located in the West Hall B Lobby Level 2 of the Orange County Convention Center.
HGTVPro.com will host an interactive booth, where it will be taping interviews with industry experts and top manufacturers on their latest products and innovations for potential airing over broadband video.
Attendees at the Builders’ Show will also have the opportunity to hear from a panel of design experts discussing the importance of color in a builder’s tool box.
Kahi Lee of the network’s “Design on a Dime” series; Taniya Nayak of “Designed to Sell;” Jack Thomasson, house planner for the past 11 HGTV Dream Homes; and Steve Watson of “Don’t Sweat It” will share color and design tips for residential new construction and remodeling.
Builders and consumers alike will walk away from the panel discussion with helpful information and new ideas on how to create unique effects in homes using color.
Nayak says that when choosing colors for the new home, a palette in “earthy” tones should be the starting point. If choosing a blue, opt for a shade with a gray/neutral undertone such as light slate blue. This provides flexibility and range for making furniture and textile choices. The same applies for various earthy colors such as greens, beiges and grays.
“Adding Color to the Builder’s Tool Box” will take place on Feb. 13 from 3:30-5:00 p.m. in the West Hall, Room 320.
For more information about HGTVPro.com, visit its booth in West Hall B Lobby Level 2, or click here.
Headquartered in Knoxville, Tenn., Scripps Network/HGTV is a member of the National Council of the Housing Industry — The Leading Suppliers of NAHB.
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