A BED­ROOM MAKEOVER

CHANCE TO SCORE A MAKEOVER

Mt Druitt - St Mary's Standard (East) - - LIFESTYLE - Janita Singh

WE OF­TEN like to talk about the good … but if you’re stuck with a bad and ugly bed­room, here’s your chance to show­case it and win a makeover.

Online home­wares re­tailer TheHome.com.au and Bet­ter Homes and Gar­dens tele­vi­sion show are search­ing for Aus­tralia’s Ugli­est Bed­room and the win­ner of the less than flat­ter­ing ti­tle will re­ceive a $13,000 bed­room makeover.

“Com­ing home from a long day … you should have a bed­room that al­lows you to re­lax, re­ju­ve­nate and recharge,” Alexan­dra Mill of TheHome.com.au says.

“A well dec­o­rated bed­room will make you feel bet­ter.”

The makeover in­cludes fur­ni­ture and decor from TheHome.com.au, blinds and car­pet (if ap­pli­ca­ble) from Car­pet Court, walls painted by Bri­tish Paints and ser­vices from online mar­ket­place Air­tasker.

TheHome.com.au last year launched a na­tional search to find Aus­tralia’s Ugli­est Liv­ing Room, won by the Jouni fam­ily in Guild­ford.

To en­ter go to bhg-comps. com.au. En­tries close on Septem­ber 30.

Drab to fab ... be­fore, (top left) and af­ter (above) pic­tures of a bed­room trans­for­ma­tion by online home­wares re­tailer TheHome.com.au. Bot­tom left: Aus­tralia’s ugli­est liv­ing room award was won by the Jouni fam­ily,pic­tured Na­bila and Elias Jouni re­lax in their ren­o­vated liv­ing room.

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