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Dream Home Made Easy at HOMEDEC 2016

HOMEDEC 2016 at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre                                         image credit: HOMEDEC

HOMEDEC, a home decor and design exhibition, is back for 2016 and it is running this whole long Labour Day weekend from April 29 to May 2, 2016. If you have just bought a new home, be it a cosy 30-sqm studio or a sprawling 2000-sqm landed property, the question of how best to decorate your new abode will no doubt be foremost on your mind.
The huge task of designing home interior spaces comes with many considerations and decisions. Non-stop visits all over the city to source for the right tiles, curtains, furniture and a long list of furnishing materials to transform your new crib or to give your existing one a much-needed makeover can take weeks and months of intensive labour and sourcing.

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HOMEDEC KL is a once-in-a-year opportunity that gives future and existing homeowners a birds-eye view of the latest home product launches of the highest innovation and technology from over 20 categories. The start to your home renovation journey will be a ‘breeze’ with this all-under-one-roof concept. The challenging part is just the trek all over the entire space of Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre over the 8 halls that HOMEDEC 2016 is occupying.
Filled with 1200 booths by 400 exhibitors, HOMEDEC 2016 is expecting 90,000 visitors, according to Dato’ Vincent Lim of C.I.S Network Sdn Bhd, the organiser of HOMEDEC. There are countless special deals and packages, and contests and prizes to be won, plus a forum scheduled on May 1, 2016 to answer all pressing queries about home renovation, refurbishment and decoration.
Without doubt, the highlight of this platform is the HOMEDEC Showhome exhibit with a ‘Gen-Y Living & Design’ theme this year. First-time homeowners especially millennials (aged 35 and below) who have been plagued by exorbitant property prices will be inspired with the HOMEDEC Showhome life-sized unit presentations.

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Theme: Scandustrial - A mix of Scandinavian and industrial design styles. Minimalistic yet warm with a raw, rustic look, neutral palette and pops of colour.
Design area: 25 sqm
Designer/Company: Astley Ng (Regional Design Principal) of Sky Creation Design

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Theme: P-Ink Space – Trendy and mysterious black takes the lead, with playful pink accents. Living spaces are fused in creating a sophisticated and seamless feel.
Design area: 30 sqm
Designer/Company: Jeff Lee (Design Consultant) of Turn Design Interior

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Theme: House Of Y – A sense of art, design and quality to satisfy the demands of Gen-Ys in a form-meets-function space that reflects harmony and boldness.
Design area: 25 sqm
Designer/Company: Ariff Rijal Shamsul Rijal (Senior Designer) of Joy Design Studio

It is enlightening to see how sophisticated and technology-friendly living spaces can be created from budget-friendly studios and sohos with space constraints. To showcase the power of home broadband and wireless connectivity in streaming and downloading, Maxis is partnering as HOMEDEC's Official Fibre Broadband Provider for HOMEDEC Showhome.
The idea of owning a dream home is certainly one step closer with the HOMEDEC platform offering innovative ideas to an up-and-coming young generation looking to put roots down in a home to call their very own.
For more information and the latest updates, visit or or watch HOMEDEC TV on YouTube.

by: Tan Siok Hoon