April is #DIYmonth!

Spring, the Season of Transformation, continues. It has now rolled into April – Walls and Floors’ #DIYmonth. This month, our website is full of exciting offers, events and competitions to get involved with! Let us break it down for you:

A Night on the Tiles (Fri 4th – Sun 6th)

Why not join us for a #NightOnTheTiles, this weekend? If you’re staying in on a Friday, Saturday or Sunday night, don’t feel glum about it. Hop online, browse through our impressive and stylish selection, and order a few sample tiles. If you’re thinking about introducing a new look to your home, and you’ve realised that tiles are the right way to go, samples are the perfect way to help you make your mind up! Sample tiles come full-size, and with Free Delivery! With mosaics, you get a quarter of a sheet. At Walls and Floors, where our samples start from as little as 10p and 20p, you can get up to 5 different samples for £1, with no code needed!

The return of #DIYweek (Mon 14th – Mon 21st)

This month, we’re hosting another of our famous DIY Weeks! From 14th-21st April, the kids are off school, so it’s the perfect time to do a spot of DIY this Easter! Freshen up the home a little – put up that shelf you’ve been meaning to put up since Christmas. Fix the cupboard door. Give the kitchen and bathroom a bit of makeover. Nothing drastic. Just nip off those old, bland tiles or wallpaper and replace them with something a little more exciting. This DIY Week contains that four day Easter Bank Holiday – so you’re guaranteed to have plenty of time to do some errands around the house. We’d love to see your transformations over on social.

Keep your eyes peeled on our social networks, if we have any trend alerts, secret sales or discount codes in April you’ll find out there first… It’s well worth a follow or a like!

Name a Range and Win a DIY Survival Kit (Mon 14th – Fri 18th)

Following the success of the DIY Survival Kits we gave away in February – which were all very gratefully received – this month, we’re giving away another one! Like before, it will be loaded with DIY goodies to help you with this April’s projects! From Monday 14th – Monday 21st, we’re hosting a ‘Name a Range’ competition. We’ll show you a room set with all the tiles from the brand new range, and you have to come up with a name. Points will go to the more imaginative entries, with reasons behind their name choices. Our favourite ideas will win the DIY Survival Kit. Keep your eyes peeled for the blog post, and on the social over at our Facebook and twitter, closer to the time.

Join in with the #BunnyHop (All month)

Throughout the whole of April, we’re hosting our fun and exciting #BunnyHop competition. We’re sending our visitors on a hunt across our site, on the look-out for bunnies. Follow the clues, find the bunnies, collect the letters, and submit your answer! The winner will win a £100 Walls and Floors voucher to spend on whatever they want from our site. But that’s not all! They’ll also receive this delicious bundle of chocolate Easter Goodies.

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To enter the competition, head over to our #BunnyHop blog and get started today!

So what will you be working on this #DIYmonth? Will you be inviting some new tiles into your home during #DIYweek? Let us know over on Facebook, twitter and Google+. Send your pictures across, we love seeing them!

 


 

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