Get inspired by hundreds of exhibits and thousands of products and services at the Miami Home Design & Remodeling Show at the Mana Wynwood Convention Center. “Whether you’re a first time home owner, established property owner, renter or industry professional, attendees will have the opportunity to see products, services and inspirations for your home,” says Adam Kayce, Vice President & Show Director. “Whether you’re looking for the best flooring and surface options, cabinet styles, solar energy options, impact windows and doors, patio design, the latest hot tubs and spas, home automation, art, décor, mattresses and so much more, South Florida will be able to shop it all at the event and even purchase and receive “show only” pricing from our vendors. Not to mention, our event is recognized to be the largest home industry sourcing event where thousands of professionals, such as interior designers, architects, builders and realtors attend to establish new networks for upcoming projects that they have throughout the year.” Being a community event, they strive to deliver the best show possible along with providing an experience in the local area that one would not typically have the opportunity to experience, this is particularly relevant at their new location in Wynwood. “It’s the hot new destination for art, culture, shopping, restaurants and events,” says Kayce. “One can visit the Wynwood neighborhood and leave with an experience that is unrivaled by any other in the South Florida area.”; Aug. 30-Sept. 2; HomeShows.net.
During the height of stay-at-home orders, award-winning Photographer Wioletta Bublik set out to capture Key Biscayne families during quarantine in front of their homes. What she documented has been an inspiration for all those following her journey on social media and around the world.
The shopping mecca that is Brickell City Centre is just a short hop off Key Biscayne, offering a wide variety of amazing stores and experiences that cater to women of all tastes, styles and walks of life. Meet a few Key Biscayne women who define what it means to be fashionable on the island.”