Introducing the 1st Look at Last Look Interior Design Competition

Interior designers: Submit your best room shots and win the chance to be featured in the Last Look department of Lighting & Decor's January 2018 issue.

Alison Martin
10/09/2017
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Interior designers, listen up! Each month, Lighting & Decor features the beautiful work of one designer in the Last Look department, and come January, that designer could be you!

Today Lighting & Decor is announcing its first ever 1st Look at Last Look competition in which interior designers will have the opportunity to send submissions for the Last Look department of the January 2018 issue. The winning designer will join the proud ranks of Ann Gish, Robin Baron, Jeff Strasser, Laura Umansky and many others.

How to enter

Post your submissions on Lighting & Decor’s Facebook event page beginning November 1. Through consistent social media activity, we will encourage our followers and readers to visit the page and “like” their choice of the best of the best. You can also encourage your own followers to go and vote for their favorite submission.

All the likes, in combination with Lighting & Decor’s editors’ likes, will determine the winner. 

To enter:

1. Upload a photo to our Facebook event: https://goo.gl/eR6qjb. Please also have a high-resolution file with the following specifications available: 10x12”, 300 DPI. When uploading, please tell us briefly about the space (where it is, what type of home, how many square feet).

2. Share the event with your Facebook friends and tell them to vote!

3. If you win, be available to answer questions...

Voting will close on November 15, and we will announce the winner shortly thereafter.

A win-win opportunity

In addition to going to our 40,000 subscribers, the January issue of Lighting & Decor will also be available at all the major markets of the month in Atlanta, Dallas and Las Vegas. That means your photo will get a ton of exposure.

Contest begins Novemeber 1st. Contact Nicole Davis with questions.

Best of luck!

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Submitted by Diane Goldberg… (not verified) on Tue, 11/14/2017 - 13:43

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It was a very fun project to do! The board members understood me and went along with almost everything I selected! I also got to be creative by making the artwork on the large wall!