The Great Interior Design Challenge isn’t just a great TV programme, it’s also a great book, full of tips and ideas. We’ve teamed up with its publishers, Pavilion, to offer Habitat fans the chance to win a copy.
We have 5 copies to give away, read on to find out how to win!
All you have to do to win a copy of The Great Interior Design Challenge is find the sofa used on the cover on the Habitat website, then share a link to the product on social media. If you’re posting your answer on Twitter your Tweet must include: @HabitatUK #GIDC @BBC2. You must also follow @HabitatUK on Twitter and Facebook.
Good luck, interior design fans!
A little bit about the book…
The Great Interior Design Challenge is the official tie-in to the prime-time BBC Two series. Twenty-four amateur designers compete for the title, watched over by judges interior stylist Sophie Robinson and architect and interior designer Daniel Hopwood as host Tom Dyckhoff, architecture and interior design critic offers support. The book contains case studies from the series – covering all room types, breakdowns of budget and mood boards as well and expert advice from the judges.
The book takes a look at a variety of historical styles across the UK that feature in the series – from Regency to Victorian and Edwardian to Art Deco right up to modern industrial warehouse conversions – with inspiration for decorating within the style of your home. Including a number of upcycle projects from the TV series, technical know-how and insider tips from the judges, this book will help the amateur achieve professional results.
Terms & conditions:
The prize is a The Great Interior Design Challenge book worth £20.There is no cash alternative.
Entrants must share the link of the Habitat sofa on Twitter using the stated hashtag and three users.
All steps listed above must be followed to ensure the proper qualification into the competition.
UK Entrants only.
The competition closes on Wednesday 19 February 11.59pm.
5 winners will be chosen at random by the Habitat team and contacted by email.
Winners must respond to the email within 7 days or forfeit the prize. Another winner will then be chosen.
The prize will be given direct from Habitat.