Sugar Land Home and Garden Show this weekend
Need inspiration for your backyard? Do you like the thought of a trendy outdoor kitchen? Outdoor living spaces offer many options for entertaining family and friends or growing business relations. The upcoming fourth annual Sugar Land Home and Garden Show will host many professionals with expertise in landscaping, decking, outdoor kitchens and spas to increase your living space by adding the outdoors.
So what’s trending in exterior spaces for your home?
If you’re looking for a professional to change the ordinary to the extraordinary … Crenshaw Landscapes, which has serviced the greater Houston area for 30 years, can design the entire project. Using one team of designers from concept to actualization ensures your home’s project will complement the landscaping, flow and entire layout to blend in harmony. Visit www.CrenshawLandscapes.com.
Be sure to stock up on plants, seasonal color, custom containers and more at the in-show nursery by Enchanted Nurseries, Fort Bend County’s premier garden center.
Outdoor hardscape designer, Belgard Hardscapes specializes in colorful pavers that coordinate with your home. Although Belgard specializes in permeable pavers, it has a professional team that builds fire pits, outdoor ovens and retaining walls that are as functional as they are beautiful. Visit www.belgard.com.
There are no surprises with Texas Custom Patios. Every quote provided by Texas Custom Patios is guaranteed pricing! Texas Custom Patios has focused on designing and building turnkey patio covers, decorative patios, outdoor kitchens and fire pits for the last 10 years. Visit TexasCustonPatios.com.
Magnolia Outdoor Living has outdoor furniture made in America by the Amish, is maintenance free, made from recycled plastic and backed with a 20-year warranty! Their outdoor furniture can withstand the Texas Gulf Coast salty air and heat without losing any color, rusting, splintering, cracking, rotting, peeling or other wood-related issues. Visit www.MagnoliaTexasOutdoorLiving.com.
Does your kitchen need a facelift this spring? Peggy McGowen, owner of Kitchen and Bath Concepts, will present alternatives to creating amazing kitchens. Learn what’s new in cabinetry, countertops, appliances and fixtures to make your kitchen the best possible, as well as designing a bath that fits your lifestyle, budget and personal preferences.
Boone Holladay, with Fort Bend Master Gardeners and one of the show presenters, will also be available at the Ask the Master Gardeners booth to answer your gardening questions.
And finally, what is an outdoor space without trees? Big Tex Tree Nurseries LLC has a variety of shade, flowering, fruit and fast-growing trees, as well as Texas favorites crepe myrtles, evergreens and oaks. The company takes pride in growing its own trees, having the best selection and guaranteeing the quality of every plant and tree. Big Tex owner Dave Holom invites you to visit www.BigTexTrees.com.
Whether you are looking to improve what you have or increase your outdoor living space, the 4th Annual Sugar Land Home and Garden Show is the one-stop place to see all the new products, meet the professionals and get started on your spring home improvements. Saturday (9 a.m. – 7 p.m.) January 25 and Sunday (10 a.m. – 6 p.m.) January 26 at the Stafford Centre, 10505 Cash Road, Stafford.
Tickets for the Sugar Land Home & Garden Show are $9 for adults, $8 for seniors, and children 12 years and younger can attend for free. Parking is available at no cost.
For more information about the show, call 832-274-3944 or visit www.SugarLandHomeandGarden.com, where a downloadable discount coupon for $2 off show admission is available.
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