Looking for an easy yet eye-catching fall DIY decor project that won’t hit your bank account hard? Then visit our Posh Pumpkin Patch Oct. 4 at 4pm and learn how you can create your own with designer extraordinaire Nicholas Rosaci one of Canada’s top paint finishing experts Jim Connelly.
Not only can you create a unique look to your seasonal decor, but you can also help Habitat for Humanity as all proceeds from pumpkin sales go directly to the organization.
Don’t have time to craft your own pretty pumpkin? Don’t worry! You can purchase one of his one-of-a-kind primped out pumpkins or a pumpkin decorated by a local designer!Buy Tickets
When it comes to DIY, design, style and personality, professionally trained Nicholas Rosaci raises the bar with flair for creating chic, confident, and glamorous spaces that cross the divide of modern versus traditional. Nicholas has created an array of chic interiors and DIY projects for Cityline, Kimberley Seldon’s Dabble Magazine as the “DIY GUY”, is the DIY editor for Canadian Home Trends Magazine. Nicholas has appeared in publications such as The Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, Reno & Decor, and at various home shows including the GTA home & Reno Show and the National Home Show.
Jim is recognized as one of Canada’s top decorative paint finishing experts, and provided Debbie Travis with expert advice and the odd cheeky joke, for four seasons on Debbie Travis’ Facelift TV show. He also made an immediate mark with his expertise and fun loving approach on other HGTV shows
Recognized for his exquisite custom wall treatments, hand painted furniture finishes and commissioned art work, Jim has worked with top designers on commercial and residential projects. His artisan work has graced many of Toronto’s finest homes.
In addition to Debbie Travis’ Painted House and Facelifts, Jim guest spotted on Stephen and Chris, The Designer Guys, Antique Style, The Indoor Gardener, Just Ask Jan Eakes, Art File, Marilyn Dennis‘s CityLine, City TV Breakfast TV, CH Morning Show, CTV Morning Show Liza Fromer, E-talk Canada, The Mom Show, Downright Domestic and Esther Extraordinaire.