We have some really exciting news from the Creatively Different headquarters: we’ve collaborated with the National Design Academy to launch “Think Creative. Think Creatively Different Interior Design Awards”; a competition open to all aspiring interior designers (students, the newly qualified, and keen amateurs all welcome) who have a creative eye and a love of designs that are that little bit different!
We’re asking budding designers to create a domestic or commercial room set that incorporates any blind from our product range. Entrants choosing to design a domestic room set are asked to design for the kitchen or living room, while the commercial room set should incorporate one of our blinds into either an office reception or a meeting room.
There’s a fantastic prize of £500 available to one designer of the domestic room set, and another prize of the same value will be awarded to the designer of the best commercial room set.
We also have a further prize available to the creator of a new blind design!
We’re always looking for new images and designs to add to our extensive range so we’re asking designers to create an image (or images) of their own.
The design (s) submitted must be capable of being flexible enough to suit all sizes, shapes and styles of windows blinds, and be interpreted in different colour schemes.
The best design will be offered for sale on our site and the winning creator will receive royalties each time a blind with their design is purchased, for the next 3 years!
Want to get involved?
In order to qualify for entering this competition, entrants must have emailed firstname.lastname@example.org with their name before 30th May 2014 to be recorded as an entrant. Applications should be titled ‘Think Creative. Think Creatively Different Design Awards’.
All entries to be submitted to email@example.com by 12pm on 15th September 2014. All entries will be judged by the National Design Academy’s Director of Studies; Anthony Rayworth, Alistair Archer, Managing Director of Creatively Different Blinds and Senior Design Tutor Vicky Arbuthnot. Each submission will be judged on the overall design of the room set as well as the logic behind the design. Results will be announced on 1st October 2014 and winners invited to a presentation event in Nottingham.