Lindsey Uselding and Kirsten Meehan of HGTV’s newest show Renovation 911
Award-winning, Minnesota based disaster restoration experts and co-owners of Practical Home and Ungerman Inc, Lindsey Uselding and Kirsten Meehan are the co-hosts of HGTV’s newest show Renovation 911, now streaming on MAX, Apple TV, Hulu Live, YouTube TV and Discovery+. As the Vice President, Lindsey is the first person homeowners talk to when they’re facing an emergency in their home. Kirsten then takes charge of construction and design while bringing humor and empathy. Together they help clients see past distress and create completely transformed homes that are better than ever. During these disasters, their clients ask them, “How could we have prevented this from happening?”. Because of this question, Lindsey and Kirsten launched Practical Home, a home safety, prevention and lifestyle company. They want to showcase design forward, savvy solutions and practical tips for any homeowner!
Appearing at the show Friday, January 26 and Saturday, January 27.
Eco-Design Q&A: Your Chance to Ask a Specialist
Crystal Bright, a trailblazer in the virtual interior design space, has redefined the possibilities of design post-pandemic. With a career that began in traditional home showings for Redfin, Crystal's journey took a turn when the global health crisis mandated a change. Always the innovator, Crystal turned to virtual platforms to continue her work, immersing herself in tools like 2020 Design Live, and swiftly gaining proficiency.
Grab your plans and ideas and meet one-on-one with interior designer, Crystal Bright. She will be available throughout the show for brief consultations.
Shop The Marketplace for a variety of home décor, gifts and tasty treats.
The Fresh Ideas Stage
Attend valuable and information presentations from the experts live on stage all three days of the show and get some new ideas for your home.
Book Collection for Promising Pages
Look for the bin at the show to donate your new or used books. Promising Pages collects new and donated books and shares them with children living in the Charlotte Area Book Desert: those with few, if any, books at home. The organization welcomes donations of: new, like new, & gently used children’s books (ages birth to high school). They cannot accept: damaged books, school text books, adult books, encyclopedias, classroom/school library discards, magazines, CDs, or DVDs.
Check back to see the list of new exhibitors at the 2024 show!