Find ideas for every room at Nashville Home Show

Are you trying to spruce up your home so you can sell for top dollar in today’s hot market? Or maybe you have decided to stay put and want to redecorate your forever home. Perhaps you want to build from the foundation up.

Whatever you’re planning, Nashville Home Show attendees will come away with ideas for DIY projects and meet dozens of vendors who can help make that dream home a reality.

The Nashville Home Show is a popular event that is returning to the Music City Center.

The three-day event will be Sept.10-12 at the Music City Center in downtown Nashville. Hours are 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday.

Tickets are $10 at the box office and $8 online at

The show is returning for the first time since 2019. Last year’s show was canceled because of the pandemic.

An outdoor living example was on display at the 2019 Home Show.

“We can’t wait to bring back the Nashville Home Show to the Middle Tennessee community,” said Tami Bailey, Nashville show manager.

“As the largest producer of home shows in North America, we are excited to offer Nashvillians a one-stop shopping event for their next home and entertainment project as the demands continue to grow in the area,” she said.

Those attending the show will hear from experts in all aspects of renovation and construction, from the heating and cooling system that keeps the home comfortable to decorating ideas for the whole house. There will be floor-to-ceiling ideas for every room, from the living room and bedrooms to the kitchen and baths. Even the garage is included. So are the lawn and garden.

Vendors at the Home Show will have ideas for the lawn and garden.

Show highlights include a luxury tent experience from Let it B Love, an event and styling company that specializes in children’s luxury parties, and an exhibit by The Flying Ham, a glamping (glamorous camping) company that rents vintage campers and glamping tents.

“People are working on all rooms in the home. Living room and master bedroom updates topped our client’s wish lists, followed by the usual kitchens and bathrooms. There is a lot of interest in wallpaper, which is great for a refresh or when you are doing a whole room redesign,” said Bohnne Jones, who operates Decorating Den Interiors.