Pin your favourite ’Urban Retreat’ image to your Pinterest account and you could be off to Sydney
August 13th, 2012
Interface are launching a new range called ’Urban Retreat’ and to celebrate they are giving you the chance to win a trip for two to Sydney valued at over $2000.
Entry requires a Pinterest account and an eye for design. You have only to pin an image to your Pinterest board that you think best captures the essence of an ’Urban Retreat’ with the hashtag: #urbanretreat
The image that is repinned the most before the competitions closing date will be the winner! Simple.
Take a look for yourself, you never know, it may just be the inspiration you need.
Entries open Wednesday 15th August 2012, for full terms and conditions visit the Interface website.
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