November 28, 2022

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Swing Your Home

Cooped up homeowners expect to find inspiration at Home show

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WEST ALLIS – Pandemic nesters rejoice: Milwaukee’s Home and Garden Show is back for its 96th year, and ready to inspire homeowners who have become a little tired of their all-too-familiar spaces.

After a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19, the nation’s longest-running home and garden show opens Friday at the Wisconsin State Fair Expo Hall. More than 350 vendors and exhibits will be on display for the show’s 10-day run.

Show organizers say homeowners are hungry to transform their surroundings.

“Over the last two years, people have had a lot of time to think about their indoor and outdoor spaces,” Amanda Falk, show director of the Home & Garden Show, said.

“Whether it was creating pseudo home offices, classrooms or backyard respites, the pandemic forced us to reimagine our spaces,” she said. 



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