HILLS design students will have the chance to share their unique creations with industry experts, established designers and home renovators as part of the Designing Your Future exhibition.
The third annual exhibition is on at the Armory Gallery in Sydney Olympic Park until February 2 and features the latest trends in interior design.
Event organisers expect more than 3000 people to attend the show during summer.
Hills residents Nazneen Malik, Jessica Walker Law, Faezeh Bassam and Ashley Buckingham will be among students and graduates from TAFE NSW - South Western Sydney's interior design school displaying work.
Ms Law, a second year product design student, will show her lotus dining seat.
Ms Law said her seat was inspired from eastern Asian dining.
"The whole idea of the seat was to separate you enough from the floor," Ms Law of Carlingford said.
"The lotus lights up and the base also lights up which gives it the hovering illusion."
Ms Law also works as an artist.
She said her designs were a combination of art and product functionality.
"I want to show that art can be functional," Ms Law said.
"I use a lot of light in my pieces.
"I think lighting is moving away from the ceiling and will be used in furniture pieces."
Ms Law said the show gave her the opportunity to share her designs and ideas with others.
"It's exciting to give the public a taste of what is to come," she said.
Carlingford resident Ashley Buckingham will also attempt to make her name known to industry experts with interior design ideas for a hotel.