The Kansas City Home Builders Association (HBA) welcomes almost 200 exhibitors and sponsors to this year’s Kansas City Home Show – Fall Edition. Amongst the booths with be experts in home improvement, design, and service industries. Our Kansas City location will be sharing with home and business owners their outdoor lighting ideas and design concepts all three days of the show.
Kansas City Home Show
September 14 -16
- Friday 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
- Saturday 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
- Sunday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
The show, located at the Overland Park Convention Center, is focused on new and innovative products and services for home and business remodel or design-build projects. Our Kansas City location will be sharing green eco-friendly landscape lighting solutions that are optimal for creating an ambient warm glow in several areas of your yard.
All our locations specialize in creating the perfect lighting ideas for the individual elements of home and business lighting projects. Some of these solutions include:
Accent and Spotlighting – To add drama to a landscape or to focus attention on a specific architectural feature of a home by shining an intense spotlight on it.
Path or Paver lighting – Placing fixtures at a low level to make walking on a garden path safer and more serene.
Washing – Installing a light at the base of a wall or hedge to wash light over the surface, creating a soft glow effect.
Uplighting – Shining light up from the ground into the branches of a tree to accentuate the shape of the tree and to highlight its foliage.
Moonlighting – By locating lights 14 to 16 feet up in the branches of taller trees and angling the light upward, a romantic moonlight effect is created. To create a subtle, whimsical lighting effect on the ground, similar to a full moon shining through the trees, the well-elevated fixtures will be angled toward the ground.
Shadowing – Installing spotlights low in front of a tree or statue with a striking profile will create shadows with depth. To create an even more dramatic look, your lighting designer may place the lights high above the focal point.
Silhouetting – By positioning lights behind and below an object, a distinctive silhouette is produced.
Spread lighting – Hiding lights in low-lying landscaping and ground cover causes the lighting to “spread” which emphasizes the textures and patterns of the plants.
The HBA Home Show – Fall Edition tickets can be purchased online or at the Hen House for $6. Children 12 and under are free and Sunday is “two for one” day for attendees who donate 3 cans of food or $3 to Harvesters.