March is the perfect time to give your home a new lease of life, which is why we’ve teamed up with Swedish interior design company Photowall to offer one lucky reader the chance to win an entire room’s worth of wallpaper.
With £750 of Photowall products up for grabs, the winner can select their favourite design based on their interior style. Whether you want to update your home mirroring 2017 interior trends, or add a pop of colour to a neutral space, Photowall’s stunning collection of wallpaper and wall murals will give your home a trendy update. To browse these beautiful Scandi products at your leisure, visit www.photowall.co.uk. Keep ahead of the trends and follow @photowall_sweden on Instagram for the ultimate in interior inspiration.
1) The competition closes at midnight on 31st March 2017. Winners will be notified after the closing date. 2) Subject to availability, non transferable or refundable. No cash alternative will be given. Prizes include delivery but not installation or removal of existing products or appliances, where applicable. 3) Open to residents in the UK (mainland), over the age of 18, except employees of Hubert Burda Media UK or companies involved in these promotions. 4) Entrants must be homeowners where decorating/renovation work is required for the prize. 5) Only one entry per person. 6) The winners must be willing to participate in publicity if required. 7) The Editor’s decision is final. Correspondence will not be entered into. 8) The winners are selected at random, from correct entries received, after the competition end date. 9) Prizes are valid for six months after the date of the draw, and the prize will be withdrawn if it is not claimed within this period. 10) Hubert Burda Media UK and companies involved in these promotions may use your details to advise of products and services. Details are occasionally available to vetted companies. 11) Allow 8-10 weeks from selection to completion. 12) Reproduction of this competition, in whole or part, without written permission is prohibited. Hubert Burda Media UK reserves the right to prosecute offending parties.
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