Saturday, November 01, 2014

HOMEDEC 2014 Part 2

Photographs are straight out of camera JPEGs shot with a Canon 5D mark III and f/2.8 L lenses. For blog purposes, I used the M file size setting instead of the native 22 MP file size.

Welcome back guys. This weekend from 30th October to 2nd November, HOMEDEC Part 2 commences with a 'Furnish & Decorate theme, which focuses on furnishing and decorating your home to make your home truly custom designed for your needs. In part 2, the booths will exhibit items such as:

  • Art & Decorative
  • Audio Visual & Home Theatre
  • Furniture & Furnishing
  • Home Appliances
  • Household Products
  • Kids Living
  • Lightings
  • Mattress, Wardrobe & Bedding Products
  • Soft Furnishing

HOMEDEC is open from 10am to 8pm daily and entrance is free. You may visit or for more info.

We kick-started Part 2 with a visit to the Isuzu booth. Isuzu is one of the main sponsors for the event.
From left: Isuzu Malaysia CEO Daisuke Ishida and C.I.S. Network Sdn Bhd President Dato' Vincent Lim

PDI Design & Associates' held a solo exhibition for their residential, commercial, retail and corporate projects outside Hall 5. They were the winners of the MIID-REKA HOMEDEC Residential Award 2013.

From left: PDI Design & Associates Design Director Ooi Boon Seong, C.I.S. Network Sdn Bhd President Dato' Vincent Lim and Malaysian Institute of Interior Designers President Ar. Chris Yap launch the exhibition.

 Ooi explaining his exhibition briefly to the audience.

Press conference for the media.

Outside Hall 2, there's another exhibition - the MIID Nippon Paints REKA Awards 2014 for design excellence.

"The Rooms at Design Street" received an overwhelming response from HOMEDEC Part 1 visitors last week. To recap what they're about, they consist of four life-sized rooms decorated in different themes (Industrial Chic, Tropical Indochine, Modern Classic and BoHo Chic) by designers Ooi Boon Seong, Bill Keith, Eddie Ng and Astley Ng respectively.

For Part 2, the lights in Hall 5 were turned off to simulate a night ambience for "The Rooms"

Modern Classic

 Tropical Indochine

BoHo chic

 Industrial Chic

Bill Keith remodeled his space so that the sofas greet you as you enter the main door instead of the bed.

Bill points out photos of his younger self on the wall.

Other exhibitors

Bill Keith had his own booth which showcases custom designed furnitures which are handmade and unique.

Bill is keen to say - You do not need my furniture, but you want to have it.

Sealy mattresses are one of the sponsors for HOMEDEC Part 2. According to their Country Manager Derek Yeoh, their Posturepedic premium collection mattress feature innovative titanium alloy coils for superior comfort and durability for discerning home owners.

Another innovative product at the exhibition is the Grayns Rice Cooker, which is the first and only rice cooker in the world that removes excess starch (sugar) out of the rice. Hence this rice cooker is highly recommended for blood sugar and weight management. You can find this rice cooker at Hall 1.

The excess starch is deposited in a  trough located at the bottom of the cooker, and is removable for easy cleaning. Do note that even with the excess starch removed, the rice still tastes as good as before. I tried some nasi lemak from this cooker, and it tastes great ;)

 Due to the huge publicity involved, there was actually a large turn out despite it being on a Thursday.

 The Baagus booth, a leader in fashionable window dressing in Malaysia.

 Want something different to display your family portraits? Canvas prints are in vogue now.

 View of Hall 1 and 2.

View of Hall 4 and 5.

That's all from me for HOMEDEC Part 2 2014.

For Part 1, please click here




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