The 41st Annual Atlanta Home Show


White kitchen with black and white backsplashFloor & Decor brings you the Atlanta Home Show, presented by Marketplace Events. The annual event brings together hundreds of contractors, designers, product manufacturers, mini-showrooms, and industry experts for three days only, all under one roof. See the latest in kitchens and baths, landscaping, outdoor living, windows, doors, flooring, and so much more.

For 3 DAYS ONLY the show offers:  Designs for Every Budget, Experts for Every Style and Ideas for Every Space.

Fast Facts

When: March 22-24, 2019
Where: Cobb Galleria Centre

Show Hours

Friday, March 22
10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Saturday, March 23
10 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Sunday, March 24
11 a.m. – 5 p.m.


$10 for adults

FREE for children age 12 and under

FREE for seniors age 65 and older with ID

SAVE $3 by purchasing tickets in advance online and using promo code: MYHOME.

Trade Day/Hero Day

Friday, March 22 is “Trade Day” at the Atlanta Home Show, sponsored by PMCPros. On Friday only, anyone working in the home industry can receive free admission by presenting a valid ID at the Show’s on-site box office. Also on Friday, March 22, active or retired military, police officers, first responders and firefighters are invited to enjoy free admission as a thank you for their service. Just present a valid ID at the Show’s on-site box office.

Enter to Win

You’ve seen him on HGTV’s Fixer Upper and heard him on the Atlanta Home Show’s Main Stage. Now you can register to win a trip for two to Waco, Texas to meet
Fixer Upper’s Clint Harp and take a private tour of Harp Design Co. Or, you could win a Home Show sampler prize package or a trip to Hawaii to participate in a Habitat for Humanity home build on the Big Island. Register at the Show, or online. Details are posted at

Tiny home village showcasing wooden tiny homesOn the Main Stage

Enjoy three days of expert speakers and live radio broadcasts, including three presentations by HGTV’s Clint Harp.

Tiny Home Village

For the first time, the Atlanta Home Show will feature a Tiny Home Village. It’s the Show’s largest exhibit to date, and showcases the many amenities and options offered by today’s tiny homes. If you’ve ever wondered how to Live Large in a Tiny Home, now’s your chance to learn more. Explore inside, outside and all around these tiny homes and see if this low-maintenance, lower-cost lifestyle could be right for you.

Clint Harp stands in a works shop wearing a blue long sleeved shirt and blue jeansHGTV’s Clint Harp Live on Stage

You know him as the “go-to” carpenter on HGTV’s hit show, Fixer Upper, but did you know Clint Harp grew up in Atlanta? The Dunwoody High School graduate, who now lives in Waco, Texas, says he comes back home as often as possible to visit family and friends, and hopes to see a lot of familiar faces in the audience when he takes the stage at the 41st Annual Atlanta Home Show. Clint will appear live onstage Friday, March 22 at 1 p.m. and Saturday, March 23 at 1 and 4 p.m.

Q&A With Clint Harp

What’s an easy DIY project homeowners can tackle to improve their space?
A shelf! Find a cool piece of wood in your garage or in someone else’s scrap pile and make a shelf! With some simple brackets from a home improvement store, you can make a really fun shelf with very little effort.

What’s a common mistake homeowners make when they take on a home improvement project themselves?
Usually it’s underestimating how much time and money it’s going to cost. I’ve done it many times. The best bet is to add 30 percent on top of whatever you’re guessing!

What’s one thing you wish every homeowner knew?
It’s better to spend the money up front and get a job done right than to take shortcuts. And, if you don’t have the money yet, live with what you have until you can afford the real deal.

What are your best small space living hacks?
Put more in the giveaway and trash piles than you do in your house.

What décor items are worth splurging on?
I’m biased, but I would say all furniture. Ask around and the things that get handed down from generation to generation are tables, beds, dressers, benches, and chairs. Spend money on things that last and you will bless generations of people long after you’re gone.

Would you rather upgrade your closet, bathroom or kitchen?
I’d rather upgrade my kitchen because we live in it as a family, but I do need a clean bathroom and an organized closet.

What are your best outdoor décor tips?
If you don’t love doing it or have an eye for it, find someone who does and rely on that person. Curb appeal is so important, and the beauty and functionality of your backyard can add so much to your life. Spend time, effort, and money if you have to, to really make it right … you’ll be glad you did.

Could you live in a tiny home?
By myself? Yes! With a wife and three kids? For a weekend!

How should we care for wooden architectural details in older homes?
Evaluate what you have before making changes. Talk to professionals, look at videos, and be thoughtful before eliminating or changing authentic old details that can’t easily be replaced. And if you do decide to get rid of things, please consider donating them to Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore so someone else can give them a new life.

What is it about crafting wood by hand that is so intriguing/rewarding to you?
When I’m working with wood, I’m tapping into something that’s as old as the planet itself. For me, wood represents where we come from and where we’re headed. It’s real, it’s tangible, and it has so many different uses. I love how it changes as you’re working with it, whether planting, sawing, cutting, sanding or whatever else. I just love nature, and you can’t get more natural than wood!

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