A photo of your home could win you £1,000

PUBLISHED: 08:00 17 May 2017

You might be able to turn your hard interiors work into hard cash...

You might be able to turn your hard interiors work into hard cash...


Fancy yourself as a bit of an interiors guru? Find out if your home décor is really all that by entering a picture of it into a competition - it might prove to be a nice little earner.

Anglian Home Improvements is appealing for homeowners to enter its Styled By Me competition, by sharing a photograph of their personal interior design successes and home tailoring highlights.

A winner will be selected in Anglian’s London North and East Anglia division after the closing date of Sunday June 18, when a national winner will also be announced.

There’s £500 cash up for grabs for the divisional winner and £1,000 for the national champ: simply submit a snap of a complete room or a specific area of your home to be in with the chance to winning.

Mark Ottaway, Managing Director London North and East Anglia for Anglian Home Improvements, said: “Our Styled By Me competition is set to recognise local homeowners who take a particular pride in their home designs or projects.

“Are you fanatical about flower arranging? Do you dream of interior design? Are you a bed-making master (armed with a score of scatter cushions and throws)? Whatever your thing, we want to see what makes your home special to you.”

To enter, simply go to www.anglianhome.co.uk/styledbyme to submit your photograph.

Alternatively, photographs can be shared via Twitter, Instagram or Facebook. Simply follow the relevant Anglian Home Improvements social page, include the hashtag #styledbyme and tag @Anglianhome, and please ensure your town or city is visible in the post.

Successful applicants will be notified by telephone or email by Monday 10th July 2017. Full terms and conditions can be found on the Anglian website www.anglianhome.co.uk/styledbyme

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