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Oklahoma City Home & Garden Show celebrates 30th year with lineup of design stars

The Oklahoma City Home and Garden show will take place Jan. 20-22 at State Fair Park. Todd Davis, star of HGTV's “Room Crashers,” will share design tips for bringing the outdoors in for home design. Mark Brunetz, from Style Network's “Clean House,” will give tips for decluttering the home.
BY HEATHER WARLICK MOORE Published: January 16, 2012

For a heaping helping of everything home and garden, it's time for the annual Oklahoma City Home & Garden Show, which runs Friday through Sunday. For the show's 30th year, five buildings at State Fair Park will be filled with design stars, chefs giving demos and booths selling everything from wind chimes to hot tubs.

Some of the show's special features this year include Todd Davis, star of HGTV's “Room Crashers,” who will share his adventurous design style and give attendees ideas for bringing the outdoors in for home design. Davis' presentations will be at 2 and 6 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Sunday.

Another star scheduled for presentations at the show is Mark Brunetz, from Style Network's “Clean House.” Brunetz will give tips for decluttering the home and will share three simple steps to mastering any design. His presentations are set for 2 and 6 p.m. Friday and noon and 4 p.m. Saturday. Brunetz and Davis will give their presentations in the Cox Pavilion.

Local interior designer Janis Bevers will be stationed in the Modern Living Building presenting “Pimp My Shed,” with ideas for making even very small spaces fashionable and functional.

The Oklahoma CattleWomen's Association will give cooking and food safety demonstrations in Carriage Hall along with various local cooking gurus from Oklahoma City restaurants who will share their kitchen expertise.

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