You might have heard this from other places where people was talking about how rich people gets richer from how they gets more values from the money that they have earned.
Most of the rich people have their own way to generate more money and values from what they have. Either they have invested their money to the investments that brings high returns, or they are good in getting stuff they need are a lower price than the normal consumer like us do.
How we can we buy stuff with a lower price? Shall we just wait for sales at our area to buy? One of the best place to source for things that we want at a better price is to visit exhibitions and expos.
This is a place where we could get every related thing at one place at one time. Since there are many competitors around the exhibitions, the exhibitors always tend to give more better values and also price to stay competitive in the exhibitions.
HOMEDEC, Malaysia’s largest annual home decor and design exhibitions is one of the sought after’s exhibitions that are available in town.
The HOMEDEC Part 1 (20th Oct – 23rd Oct 2016) and Part 2 (27th Oct – 30th Oct 2016) concept will feature different exhibit products to showcase to homeowners the convenience afforded by various permanent fixtures as well as soft furnishings within the interior of a home, all within two consecutive weekends.
HOMEDEC Part 1 (20 – 23 Oct) will be focusing on the “Design & Renovate” theme -whereby products relevant for huge renovation projects and permanent fixtures such as bathroom fittings and sanitaryware, custom-built wardrobes, floor and wall finishes, gates and grilles, home security systems, smart home and switches, kitchen cabinets and appliances, kitchenware and houseware will be on display.
In addition to these items, there will be a selection of pools, aquariums, garden and landscape features, roofing, awning and insulation products as well as stones, tiles and marble, water filtration and solar water heating, windows, doors and glass, etc. Interior design consultants will also be on hand to assist homeowners with relevant tips for designing the home.
The following weekend for Part 2 (27 – 30 Oct) will see a change of product profile based on the “Furnish & Decorate” theme which allows homeowners to continue shopping for all their home interior needs. Products that will be showcased under this theme include art and decoration, audio visual and home theatre items, furniture and furnishings, home appliances, home services, household products, children’s room merchandise, lighting, mattresses, wardrobes and bedding products, soft furnishings, wall coverings, etc.
This year’s showhome combines and even exceeds the elements of fun-and-play and other lifestyle elements by exploring the possibilities of creative design strategies in a multi-generational home. This invokes a sense of curiosity and experimental design features in the showhome. Technological advances that benefit the home is another aspect that can be seen incorporated from the consumer home technology front.
Built as a double-storey unit measuring 4,133 sqft on the premise that spaces needn’t be separated and can be inter-connected visually and designed seamlessly, visitors are able to walk around the dining and living areas, grandparents’ room and laundry area on the ground floor, and climb up to the first floor of the parents and children’s room.
The life-size show unit will be built on-site at the exhibition within 46 hours – a demanding feat as the interior designers and exhibitors work around the clock to ensure the speedy delivery will benefit visitors to the exhibition. Made even more worthwhile is the fact that the designs are planned with exceptional attention to detail – lending the showcase the value-added claim of being at the forefront of trendsetting ideas that will benefit industry stakeholders including exhibitors, professional interior designers and also homeowners themselves.
HOMEDEC Part 1 (20-23 Oct) and Part 2 (27-30 Oct) takes place at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre. Exhibition hours are from 10am-8pm. For more information, visit http://bit.ly/2ewmWCz.