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Whether you’re renovating your own home, adding some finishing touches to a single room or searching for a bit more inspo beyond Pinterest, Grand Designs Live is returning to Birmingham with a fantastic range of new exhibitors, features and plenty more.

With design guru and TV broadcaster, Kevin McCloud leading the event, Grand Designs Live will run at the NEC from October 9 – 13, giving you the chance to explore a range of specialised sessions including all aspects of home renovation in the Grand Theatre sponsored by Go Ultra Low. You can also pick up expert advice at the Home Renovation Clinic that will help you create your dream home as part of National Renovation Week.

Catch live Q&A’s throughout the day. Credit: Scott Richards

Sponsored by Anglian Home Improvements, Grand Designs Live’s Grand Theatre will also host an array of inspiring and informative seminars, as well as celebrating the 20th year of the TV show. There will also be a range of fun and exciting features focused around Grand Designs houses, past and present and their owners.

Beyond the live events within the theatre, ticket holders will also be able to experience Under the Stars, which will welcome six new interior designers showcasing bespoke installations, using a commonly neglected area in the home, giving visitors the opportunity to browse and pick up inspirations for their own mini grand designs.

Explore a range of interior rooms by designers. Credit Bircan Tulga

Elsewhere, established favourites such as Kevin’s Green Heroes will highlight ground-breaking and eco-friendly products on the market, and the ever-popular Ask An Expert will return alongside brand new features including The Innovation Trail, showcasing some of the most pioneering and exciting products to hit the building and home market.

The perfect opportunity to gain key renovation skills, tickets for the unmissable Grand Designs Live are on sale now. They’re priced between £12 – £34. Click here to book yours now!

Grand Designs Live returns to the NEC this October