Calling all amateur interior designers!

We all like to think our homes look the best.

Maybe you’ve spent forever doing up your kitchen and think it’s the best in the land. Or what about those of us who have turned their living room in to something akin to a VIP experience at the cinema? Is your bedroom looking like a five-star hotel suite? Or does your bathroom feel as luxurious as a thermal spa?

If you’re someone who is all about having attention to detail and think their room looks so good that it could win competitions, you’re in luck.

The folks at Glasgow based Trade Radiators are on a hunt to find the best home interior in the UK and the competition is open to everyone. They’re passionate about radiators and think they deserve to be something we celebrate, rather than cover up or only pay attention to when the heating doesn’t seem to be working correctly.

That’s why they’ve launched their Home Interior Competition. It’s the change for any budding decorator to see if their room really is the best in the country.

Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald: credit: Trade Radiatorscredit: Trade Radiators

The competition is asking anyone who wants to take a photo of their room, if they think it looks fantastic, to enter and see if they can win £250 cash.

If you fancy giving it a go, here’s what you need to do:

1. Visit the Trade Radiators website

2. Snap a photo of the room you think looks best in your house on your phone or camera

3. Upload it to the website and fill in the competition form

That’s all you need to do to enter.

They told us to keep it hush-hush, but because they love radiators so much Trade Radiators will consider it a bit of a bonus if you can get your lovely looking radiators framed nicely in the photo.

The competition runs until June 31st 2019 with the winner to be featured on Trade Radiators blog.

Who knows? A simple snap of you living room or kitchen could see you getting £250 this summer.

Full terms and conditions can be found on the Trade Radiators website here.

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