If you’re looking for a place to whet your appetite, then the D’Vine Life feature area at the InHabit Johannesburg HOMEMAKERS Expo will give you exactly what you need. You simply cannot go to a HOMEMAKERS Expo and not pass through this foodie-haven. Indulge in everything from gourmet sushi and towering burgers to creatively cured biltong and delicious ice creams.

It’s All In A Theme

Themed InHabit, the Johannesburg HOMEMAKERS Expo will take place from 27 February to 1 March at the TicketPro Dome. It’s an opportunity for you to connect with the very latest in home, décor, design and lifestyle trends.

The D’Vine Life feature area is a place where carefully prepared food with high-quality ingredients are presented by an array of top-class exhibitors. The idea behind the D’Vine Life feature area is to encourage visitors to challenge their palates with fresh produce and modern ideas to enjoy food that is sustainable, healthy and unique.

Artisan Food and Drinks

When it comes to artisan food and drinks the goal is to incorporate ingredients of high quality that are exclusive to regional or seasonal availability. Craft dining has become very popular with foodies. Smart businesses and restaurant owners are taking advantage of these craft trends to generate more business. Craft cooking is popular because these businesses usually have ingredients that are exclusively grown, farmed or brewed. Consuming local produce means consumers can feel good about consuming local, fresh and organic products. 

Other Top Features

Besides the popular D’Vine Life show feature you can also look forward to visiting our other feature areas like the InHabit Workshop. With interesting DIY demos from expert craftsmen – it’s obvious why this feature is an expo favourite. 

Learn how to InHabit your kitchen in a whole new way with the debut of The Garden Table. Be entertained and acquire new skills taught by celebrity chefs, guests, and experts. 

You can also see aspiring, local interior designers create an authentic space in the Designer Spaces challenge. Here designers will create a space inspired by authentic African style.

The Industrial Design students from the University of Johannesburg will take up a HOMEMAKERS challenge in the Young Designers Challenge. This is where you can see contemporary products by young, creative minds. Truly Artisan is another show feature where visitors can find the latest, custom-made products for their home. 

The Johannesburg HOMEMAKERS Expo is the biggest home improvement Expo in the country with over 30,000 visitors. Get your tickets today!