2018 Show Features will be posted closer to the event. In the meantime, please take a look at what we had to offer in 2017.

2017 Show Features



The Welcome Home Village by Coach Homes of Ottawa is making its debut at the Ottawa Fall Home Show. Tour three fully functional and landscaped Coach Home models with a focus on senior living. Talk to experts on-site to explore the idea of Coach Homes as comfortable independent living for senior family members, or as a way to give your family more room to grow. From financing options to by-law guidelines, you will find answers to all your questions. Don’t miss your chance to see why this will become the future of senior living!

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MICRO-VClose your eyes for a moment. Take a deep breath. Listen to the birds chirping as a light breeze caresses your skin. Do you feel peaceful? Relaxed? Well, that’s exactly the experience this beautiful home has in store for you every day! This is the inspiration that guided Bonneville Homes’ designers to create this brand-new model, part of the popular Micro-LoftTM Series. It includes most of the Series’ standard features and amenities, along with a striking veranda. This extra room extends the living area by 130 square feet, making it the ideal backdrop – comfortable and zen-like – for evenings in with friends, family or that special someone. Fitted with solar screens, the veranda offers privacy and protection from the sun’s glare, insects and other minor annoyances.

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The Chaiya Décor
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Get a crash course in creating the ultimate pad from must-see presenters including HGTV’s Masters of Flip, Kortney + Dave Wilson, Cityline’s DIY expert Leigh-Ann Allaire Perrault, plus a slew of Ottawa’s very own top designers and personalities at the Chaiya Décor Main Stage. By the end of it all, you’re certain to have everything you need to live and entertain in equal style – design knowhow included.



The High Low Feature Room

Created by La-Z-Boy Furniture Galleries and Presented by Ottawa At Home Magazine

The High Low Feature Room will have Ottawa Fall Home Show visitors on their toes this year. The challenge will be in figuring out just which room carries the higher priced items. Both rooms are dressed in high style furnishings to show that money doesn’t always buy style. One lucky winner will bring home $10,000 worth of La-Z-Boy furnishings!

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DIY Inspirations: One Nightstand Challenge
presented by Rust-Oleum® Consumer Brands Canada® in support of Habitat for Humanity Greater Ottawa Region

Ottawa Home Show fan-favourite the Upcycle Challenge has had a renewal of its own, this year becoming DIY Inspirations: One Nightstand, a “hack” challenge. For those not in the know, “hacking” is all the rage. It means to transform one item into another item with a totally different function. This trend has gained popularity among the DIY’ers and thrifty thinkers as it encourages creative thinking as well as relying on objects you already have around the house. The One Nightstand challenge proposes just that: use an ordinary nightstand and turn it into something extraordinary for the home, using a range of Rust-Oleum® Consumer Brands Canada products. The next generation of Ottawa designers, Algonquin College design students, will be showcasing their skills and out of the box thinking by transforming their projects into masterpieces. As always, Home Show attendees will have the chance to bid on the finished products. The best part? All proceeds will go to Habitat for Humanity Greater Ottawa Region, a great cause we can all stand behind.

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The Housing Design Awards

The Greater Ottawa Home Builders’ Association (GOHBA) is the voice of the home building, land development, and professional renovation industry with 400 member companies. Now in its 34th year, GOHBA’s Housing Design Awards Gala celebrates the industry’s successes in innovation and quality of design and construction. Chosen by a team of professional judges, the award finalists will be on display at the Ottawa Fall Home Show, where attendees will also get to vote on their choice for the “Ottawa Citizen’s People’s Choice Award” by visiting the GOHBA & Housing Design Award Booth. Don’t miss your chance to see the incredible craftsmanship of GOHBA’s talented members and to cast your ballot for the next People’s Choice Award winner! 

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The Designer's Walk

Designer Walk 2017_BrandSeven local designers will occupy the designers walk and be available to give consultations to visitors. The walk will be kicked off with a Q & A segment Thursday evening. The area is in association with Mary Taggart and Ottawa at Home Magazine who will be doing a feature on each of the designers and their role at the show in the fall issue of Ottawa At Home magazine.


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01Don’t miss fun floral workshops with FlowerNite! FlowerNite is Ottawa’s fastest growing social event, giving you a night of creativity and laughs. Come join in at The Ottawa Fall Home Show where trained floral instructors will walk you through the creation of a beautiful Fall centerpiece. Enjoy the beauty of fresh flowers, learn about flower arranging and enjoy a lively Q & A – all while learning how to DIY your own floral creations! 

Flowernite Workshop Schedule

Thursday, September 28th: 12pm-1pm, 3pm-4pm & 6pm-7pm

Friday, September 29th: 12pm-1pm, 3pm-4pm & 6pm-7pm

Saturday, September 30th: 12pm-1pm, 3pm-4pm & 6pm-7pm

Sunday, October 1st: 12pm-1pm & 2pm-3pm

Take a Trip to Granny's House at the Enbridge Booth 


At this year’s Ottawa Fall Home show, Enbridge Gas will take you back in time through its Granny’s house – a new interactive Home Energy Conservation Booth. But it’s more than just wood paneling, plastic on the couch, and vintage wallpaper; Granny’s house will also have outdated and inefficient home features that show not all oldies are goodies, especially when it comes to home comfort and energy savings.

You can take a tour of the booth, interact with features like an outdated thermostat, old insulation, drafty outlets and inefficient windows to learn how you can make upgrades in your home to save energy, reduce your monthly bills and get $1,600 back. You can also have seat on the antique couch to watch a short video on how the program works, from sign up to energy audit to a $1,600 cheque in the mail.

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Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how Enbridge Gas can save you both energy and money with $1,600 back through the Home Energy Conservation Program.


Visit www.enbridgesmartsavings.com for full program details.