#WallsAndFloorsLoves – Win £200 in Vouchers

Here at Walls and Floors, we host a different competition every month. This Summer, it’s the turn of #WallsAndFloorsLoves. Throughout August, we want to see what inspires you, when it comes to decorating your home. Whether it’s a pattern on a friend’s curtains, a decorative piece of wall art in a restaurant, some trendy tiles in a bar, an eye-catching water feature in a garden centre. Whatever it is that gets your interior decorating taste buds tingling, we want to see it.

How to enter #WallsAndFloorsLoves

Taking part in our #WallsAndFloorsLoves competition couldn’t be simpler.

1) Head over to https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/loves and print off a template. Fill out the two boxes.


2) Take the template with you into the big wide world, and take a pic of it with an interior inspiration. (See a list of examples below). If you’re unable to take your template with you, just take a pic without it.

3) Once you’ve got this pic, it’s time to submit it! You can either visit our Facebook and click on the #WallsAndFloorsLoves tab:


Or, alternatively, upload it to twitter or instagram with hashtag #WallsAndFloorsLoves.

The competition closes at midnight on the 31st August. We’ll look through all the entries, and choose the ones we love the most! The winners will be announced on September 1st, on Facebook and twitter.

The Prize: What will I win?

There will be not one, not two, but three winners at the end of this competition!

Our first winner – the one who inspired us the most with their pic – will win a £150 Walls and Floors Voucher to help out with their next decorating project. Whether they choose to spend it on wall tiles, floors tiles, mosaics, metros, wood effects or natural stone, the £150 Voucher will certainly help them on their way. Not only that, but they’ll also receive a £50 Dunelm Gift Voucher to spend on some eye-catching interior accessories. With 127 stores across the UK, Dunelm are known for selling stylish, high quality household goods, decorations and furnishings at low, affordable prices.

Two runner ups will each win a £25 Dunelm Voucher, to help accessorize their homes.

Interior Inspirations: What’s one of those, when it’s at home?

An interior inspiration is something that inspires you, when it comes to decorating your home. It could either be a product, or a theme/scheme. Here are a few examples:

Trendy tiles in a bar or restaurant. Take a photo whilst you’re waiting for your meal or drink!

A cool decorative ornament in a shop. Snap a pic whilst you’re looking. They won’t mind! This stylish bird cage is from Dunelm. 


Some eye-catching wall art from a home store. These fantastic metal creations are springing up across the UK.


A stylish theme or scheme. If you see a stunning display whilst you’re off on your travels – something you’d like to take themes from, to add into your home – well then, that’s an interior inspiration. Take a pic!

Go and start capturing your very own interior inspirations! Eat out. Browse the stores and garden centres. Raid the home event shows. Upload them to the #WallsAndFloorsLoves tab on our Facebook page, or upload on instagram or twitter as normal, with hashtag #WallsAndFloorsLoves.

What do you think to our latest competition? Will you be taking part? Let us know over on our Facebooktwitter or Google+. Alternatively, leave a comment below!



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