You’ll find Thomas Sanderson on stand G410 amongst some of the country’s top gardening and design companies – showcasing our latest designs and providing free, expert advice on how to style your home.
Well-designed window blinds are essential for connecting your garden with the inside of your home – particularly if you have a conservatory. So come along to our exhibitor stand and discuss your interior design needs with our window blind specialists.
Come along for inspiration or if you like the look of our designs, book a free design consultation there and then.
Highlights of the show
Browse the show guide in advance to discover the parts of the show that will interest you most.
Here are just some of the highlights you’ll find at Gardeners’ World Live:
- BBC Gardeners’ World Theatre – live and entertaining talks from gardening experts and TV personalities
- Gardeners’ Grow & Eat – a whole zone dedicated to growing your own food
- Gardeners’ Know How – pick up new tips and gardening skills
- Gardeners’ Essentials – stock up on essential shed supplies here
- Gardeners’ Marketplace – the right place to pick up gardening accessories, gadgets and ornaments
- Gardeners’ Wildlife – learn how to create the perfect habitat for wildlife in your garden
- Gardeners’ Life & Style – browse the latest garden furniture and outdoor cooking appliances
- Gardeners’ Inspiration – innovative gardening designs to spark your imagination
You’ll also be able to browse hundreds of exhibitor stands, including Thomas Sanderson, to get even more inspiration for your own interior and exterior designs.
Dozens of gardening experts will also be on hand to give specialist advice, including TV’s Monty Don, Ady Dayman and Alex Lomax – the winner of the Big Allotment Challenge.
How to get tickets
Joining us at the show couldn’t be simpler – you can buy your tickets on the door when you arrive or save a few pounds by buying them online in advance.
The show takes place at the NEC in Birmingham which has ample parking for those who travel to the show by road. For those travelling by train, trains for the NEC stop at Birmingham International station which is connected to the NEC by a walkway.
Don’t forget to pop by and see us on stand G410!