The Colorado Fall Home Show Returns Fri. Sept. 15th – 17th

WHAT:  The Colorado Fall Home Show, Sept. 15-17, 2023 transforming the Colorado Convention Center into a marketplace of home renovation ideas, interior design, remodeling, sustainable living, trends and products. The show features:

  • More than 200 vendors and experts offering tips, advice and inspiration for home design, remodeling, refreshing and renewing and tips for sustainable living
  • Free advice and inspiration from designers from the American Society of Interior Design (ASID)

Fall Show trends and potential coverage topics include:

  • Home improvement business is going strong. Don’t DIY! Talk to experts now.
  • Warm tones are in, including gold tones in fabrics and hard surfaces, as well as beige/different shades of brown.
  • Come see the latest trends and get inspired.
  • Working from home has become the permanent norm for many, and ASID can help you take your home office professionalism up a notch. Post pandemic, people are craving comfort and functionality, and realize open workspaces at home are not efficient or conducive for virtual meetings or phone calls.
  • Get smart with your space. Exhibitors can help you better fit in that extra home office, home gym or other multi-use need.

 WHEN:  Sept. 15-17, 2023

            Fri. 10:00 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Sat. 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Sun. 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Admission: General admission $10; senior ticket (at the door) $8; children 12 and under are free

WHERE:  The Colorado Convention Center
700 14th Street
Denver, CO 80202

How to Get There

The Convention Center’s parking garage makes parking easy. It is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Access the garage entrance on northbound Speer Boulevard. Or, take the RTD Light Rail to the Convention Center.

OTHER: 100% of every ticket sold is awarded by the Colorado Garden Foundation in the form of grants and student scholarships for education in the green and agricultural industry, including one four-year, full-ride scholarship to attend a Colorado institution.

To date, Colorado Garden Foundation has awarded more than $13 million to fund horticulture related grants for the benefit of the state of Colorado. Projects awarded in the past include greenhouse projects, community gardens and therapy gardens.

Past recipients of major grants awarded annually for up to $75,000 include Craig Hospital Therapy Garden, Colorado State University, City of Brighton, Colorado Mental Health Institute of Pueblo, Denver Botanic Gardens, Hudson Gardens, Vail Alpine Gardens, Boys & Girls Club, Englewood Public Schools, Sewall Child Development Center, WOW! Children’s Museum, Denver Art Museum and Judi’s House.

To learn about the grants and scholarship program, please visit

About Colorado Garden Foundation

Colorado Garden Foundation, a nonprofit corporation, 501(c)(3), provides funds for horticultural-related grants and scholarships for the benefit of Colorado. To date, the Foundation has awarded more than $13 million for horticultural projects and scholarships throughout the state. Colorado Garden Foundation presents the Colorado Fall Home Show focusing on home renovation, remodeling and sustainable living and the Colorado Garden & Home Show, the Rocky Mountain region’s largest, oldest and most prestigious consumer garden and home improvement show west of the Mississippi in February. For more information, visit, and Instagram @cogardenfdn.