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We have two exciting live stage areas set up during the show to bring you the best techniques in home improvement and cooking at home. See the complete schedule of events for both stages here.
Leading the Home Improvement Stage is Jeff Devlin of of DIY Network’s “I Hate My Bath” and “Good, Better….Best.” Jeff will demonstrate in live seminars how to build a bath vanity. Join Jeff for these complimentary seminars on Saturday and Sunday at 2:00 & 4:00 pm. In addition to her seminars, Jeff will be on hand to answer questions about home improvement projects
Known for her sunny smile and sharp eye, Taniya Nayak’s approachable take on interior design has won over everyone from rock stars to first time homebuyers. Taniya’s knack for bringing rich textures and unexpected finishes together with practical, real-life functionality has made her a go-to expert for decorating programs on major networks including HGTV and Food Network. She is currently a featured designer on Food Network's Restaurant: Impossible and recently hosted HGTV’s Urban Oasis 2013 in Boston. In 2012, Taniya launched her first collection of home products, Taniya Nayak Lighting, available exclusively via Wayfair.com. In fall 2014, Taniya was selected personally by Ellen Degeneres as a brand spokesperson for her new home product line, “E.D. On Air,” featured on QVC. She will speak at the Home Show on Saturday, March 19 and Sunday, March 20 at 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm.
Taniya has served as host and designer for a variety of HGTV mainstays like Designed to Sell, Billion Dollar Block, House Hunters on Vacation, and throughout HGTV.com. Taniya can also be seen on Robert Irvine’s Food Network series, Restaurant: Impossible, where she utilizes her design prowess and professional experience to rescue and transform suffering restaurants. Married to Brian O’Donnell, a successful restaurateur in Boston, Taniya’s personal life as both an interior designer and a restaurant industry insider is the perfect parallel to her multifaceted design role in the television realm. With knockout shows on both the Food Network and HGTV, Taniya has quickly become a respected and prominent figure in television’s interior design world.
In 2005, Taniya started her own design firm, Taniya Nayak Design LLC. Having designed for a wide range of ages and spaces and budgets, she focuses on creating affordable yet inspirational spaces that capture her clients’ individual personalities while maintaining comfort and function. To this day, Taniya is at the forefront her design firm and has developed an impressive range of clientele, from television celebrities to famous musicians. Taniya’s designs can be seen in several Boston hotspots including Back Bay Harry’s, Abby Lane, Petit Robert Central, 88 Wharf, Lola's Cantina, Whiskey Republic, Dublin Rose, and Bostonia Public House.
Born in India and raised in Boston, Taniya’s design style is strongly influenced by her creative family, especially her father, a talented architect. Shortly after attending Boston Architectural College for her masters in Interior Design, Taniya’s design style and upbeat personality landed her first television gig on ABC Family’s Knock First. Taniya was one of four designers and co-hosts of the hit show, geared toward hip, ambitious teens. She then made the move to HGTV as a designer on Designed to Sell, where she helped homeowners add value and prepare their homes for market.
Her signature approach of embracing vibrant colors and patterns made Taniya the perfect fit for the first show of her own, Destination Design, which premiered in March 2010. The show followed Taniya creating spaces based on couples' vacation inspirations from Turks & Caicos to Austin, Texas. Taniya hosted a spin-off of House Hunters, HGTV's most successful series on-air, called House Hunters on Vacation. Placing the continued success of the House Hunters brand in Taniya’s hands, House Hunters on Vacation illuminates Taniya’s travel and design expertise as she helps individuals, couples and families find the perfect place to stay while on vacation from luxury condos to beautiful villas.
Taniya’s helpful decorating tips have been featured in Architectural Digest India, HGTV Magazine, Design New England, People, Cosmopolitan, Glamour, The Boston Globe, Family Circle, The Washington Post, Ladies Home Journal, and many more. Taniya has appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show, ABC’s Good Morning America & The View, NBC's Today, CBS' The Early Show & The Talk, and Rachael Ray.
The Culinary Experience Cooking Stage, sponsored by Electri-Chef is a popular feature of the Home Design and Remodeling Show. A series of guest chefs will be featured each day in live cooking shows. The audience is treated to an entertaining cooking demo AND delicious samples of the nutritious recipes prepared! The Culinary Stage offers recipes that will tantalize the taste buds with nutritious and delicious dishes throughout the weekend. Join the chefs and learn recipes that the entire family will enjoy.
1901 Convention Center Dr., Miami Beach, FL
(just east of Meridian Avenue at 17th Street)
I-95 Northbound, Exit 395 East (Mac Arthur Causeway) to Alton Road North, Right on 17th Street, Left on Convention Center Drive.
I-95 Southbound, Exit 195 East (Julia Tuttle Causeway) to Alton Road South, Left on 17th Street, Left on Convention Center Drive.
1950 Eisenhower Boulevard Fort Lauderdale, FL
I-95 Northbound toward W (Palm Beach), Exit 25 for FL-84 to Marine Mile Blvd, follow signs for Florida 84 E/Marina Mile Blvd, Merge onto FL-84 E/Marina Blvd, Continue onto SE 24th St, Left onto Eisenhower Blvd.
I-95 Southbound ramp to Miami, Right onto I-95 South, Exit 25 for FL-84 E , Merge onto FL-84/Marina Blvd, Continue to follow FL-84, Continue onto SE 24th St, Left onto Eisenhower Blvd.