Win tickets to Glasgow's Homes & Interiors Scotland Exhibtion
Thursday 20 August 2009
The Homes & Interiors Scotland Exhibition returns to Glasgow’s SECC for its fifth year having established itself as one of the leading interiors events in the UK.
This year’s highlights include an interior design presentation by world-renowned designer Nina Campbell, known for her beautiful interiors and luxury fabric, wallpaper and accessory collections.
For food lovers, Martin Wishart will be giving daily demonstrations of his Michelin-starred talents. One of the UK’s leading chefs, Martin will be providing tips on how to create delicious dishes with wow factor which can be recreated at home.
The show’s centrepiece will be a stunning Interior Design Showcase, bringing together fantastic roomsets created by eight of Scotland’s top interior designers, for the first time including garden design. This fabulous presentation will see eight of Scotland’s top interior designers presenting their work in a full-scale house created exclusively for the show, providing a great source of inspiration to the assembled audience. On display will be roomsets by Malcolm Duffin Design, Ian Smith Design, Designworks, Interior Design Partnership, Jeffreys Interiors, Adam McNee Interiors, Farmore Interiors and Beyondfourwalls.
This year also sees the introduction of an art gallery space and the expansion of the champagne bar where visitors can relax and take stock of the inspirational design work on display.
We have 20 pairs of tickets to give away for the exhibtion in our competition.To enter simply tell us how many years has the exhibition been taking place?
Click here to email your answer - please include your phone number and home address in your entry.
Competition closes 25 August 2009.
Homes and Interiors Scotland Exhibition 2009
Takes Place from Friday 28th August – Sunday 30th August at the SECC, Glasgow
Advanced discounted tickets (£7) are now available. Tickets will also be available on the door priced £10. For tickets contact SECC box office, 0844 395 4000 or visit www.ticketsoup.com
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