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Enter our 2019 Fix it with Flair competitio­n now!

With three brand-new categories in our 2019 Fix it with Flair competitio­n, your chances of winning are even better!


Whether you’re already in the throes of a makeover or still muddling through the planning stages, it’s time to enter our ever-popular Fix it with Flair competitio­n. A highlight on the Home calendar and a favourite among renovators all over the country, this contest offers readers the opportunit­y to share and showcase their projects.

Now in its 11th year, the competitio­n has been given a facelift and with our three brand-new categories, you can expect more winners!

Take a look at the criteria for each, decide which one you want to enter and then simply submit your pics

– you could be crowned one of the Renovators of the Year!


This one is for avid DIYers who will take on 50% of the work themselves. So if knocking down walls, retiling or laying a screed floor doesn’t scare you, go for it! You will have to submit a breakdown of your budget and show what you did with your own two hands.

This category celebrates hard work and true grit!


If you fancy yourself an out-of-the-box thinker with a knack for the extraordin­ary, this category is for you. It could be an eco house, a mobile home, an outdoor kitchen – you name it! Whether you did the work yourself or simply planned and project-managed, feel free to enter your makeover here.


If you’re all thumbs and have a fear of power tools, consider this option. Even if a contractor completed 100% of the physical work, as long as you were responsibl­e for the planning, project management and the bills you are eligible for this prize. * The editor reserves the right to transfer entries from one category to another.


• Visit fixit.tuis.co.za to enter online and follow the prompts.

• Be sure to submit photograph­s of your project taken in natural light.

CLOSING DATE 31 May 2019 Havingtrou­ble? Email Roxanne.Cloete@media24.com orcall 0 21 4083815for assistance.

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Before Remember! No project is too big or too small – you can enter an entire house or a single room such as a bathroom.

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