By Anna Skinner
Residents in and around Hamilton County will have a unique chance to see current trends and designs in home building at the annual Home-A-Rama event taking place Sept.17-Oct. 4 in the Sagamore neighborhood in Noblesville on Thursdays through Sundays from noon to 8 p.m.
“Home-A-Rama is a unique home show featuring five custom-built, fully decorated and landscaped homes. These homes will showcase the latest trends in design, decorating, technology, outdoor living and landscaping,” said Carrie Carson of the Builder Association of Greater Indianapolis. “The Sagamore show is very unique in that two of the five show homes will be ranch-style or “empty nester” style homes, which is an extremely popular trend local builders are seeing in the market right now.”
BAGI’s charity partner is the St.Vincent Cancer Walk for this year’s showing. According to Carson, they will receive a portion of the show proceeds.
The five builders taking part in the exhibit are Gradison Design Build, Matt Beecher Homes, McKenzie Collection, Old Town Design and Williams Custom Art.
The event was created by BAGI, which has hosted since the 1970s.
“The show has developed over time to coincide with market trends and featuring the latest designs the building and construction industry has to offer,” Carson said.
Tickets for the show cost $12 online or $15 at the gate. They can be purchased at bagi.com.
“This year’s show is sure to be another amazing and successful show,” BAGI CEO Steve Lains said. “There are features and designs in each home that will definitely leave tour-goers with new and awe-inspiring ideas.”
For more, visit http://www.wthr.com/category/269970/home-a-rama.