The HOMEDEC fair was first launched in 2003 and since became a yearly event throughout Malaysia. It was an exhibition that brings the latest trends about home decorating, renovation, furniture and other home improvement projects. Go here to check if the fair will be held in your respected state and find out the date of the exhibition through their official website: http://www.homedec.com.my/
Here are some pictures taken during our visits there, it should give you a brief idea what you can expect while visiting there. We were a little early yesterday, some booths are still in the midst of setting up. Most booths were offering special rates if you purchase within the 3 days of the event. And don't forget to join in the lucky draw by the event organizers.
I find that I'm more partial to white furniture, I even filled my Sim's house with all white ensemble, but with a house full of pets, its not such a good idea in real life.
*This is the first time I covered an event, so please don't be too harsh with me. Picture heavy post ahead, you are warned.
|A couple holding hands had to part to let me take this shot|
|Ground floor at the South Atrium|
|This set of sofa greeted us upon entering|
|Solar Power Panel|
|3D TV, you put on a pair of 3D glasses and look at the TV, its really cool.|
|New technology for your washing machines|
|Bladeless fan, wonder how that works? Feel free to ask the kindly lady behind the counter|
|Cute girl with a pink tutu|
|Sewing machine with machine embroidery function|
|Jacuzzi and bathtubs|
|Personal sauna room, I want!|
|Vees daily cooker you heard from the radio ads|
|You can ogle at Leng Luis working there.|
|The white set going for RM5990 for a 3 seater + 2 seater, we're really tempted. The lady who works there was really friendly, and patient. Someone give her a raise.|
|It's made of leather but does not stick to your skin and its really cooling and comfortable sitting on it.|
|<3 this sofa.|
|We lingered longest in this section|
|Can't resist, Mr Polar Bear in deep slumber|
|My mom took a fancy of this table|
|Tiles (Proudly Made in Malaysia)|