WINNERS ANNOUNCED FOR THE 4TH SHOW US YOUR HOWARD ELLIOTT CONTEST
This year marked the 4th edition of Howard Elliott’s Show Us Your Howard Elliott Contest. Contestants submitted photos of their design installations or retail showrooms using Howard Elliott products for a chance to win one of two $500 prizes.
Entries were divided into two categories: Interior Design and Retail Showroom.
The esteemed panel of judges includes Justin Shaulis - Interior Designer & HGTV Star; David Santiago – Interior Designer, Influencer & Opera Singer; Diane Falvey – Editor in Chief of Furniture, Lighting & Décor; Saxon Henry – Author, Journalist & Content Stagiest for Adroyt & Modern Salonniere.
Grand Prize winner of the Interior Design category is Haneen’s Haven with her bold dining room design using the Gold Talida Mirror. Haneen is one of the bloggers on the Spring 2019 High Point Design Bloggers Tour.
You can follow Haneen’s Design Journey on her blog: Haneen’s Haven >
Runner up in the category is New Perspective Design from Cary, IL with two Howard Elliott Tennessee Mirrors shown here in this stunning dining room they designed.
Visit New Perspective Design’s Website: www.newperspectivedesign.com
Grand Prize winner of the Retail Category is Home Gallerie Interiors of Lima, Peru. In their showroom you can find Howard Elliott Accessories providing the perfect finishing touch to each vignette. Home Gallerie received a unanimous decision in the category.
Visit Home Gallerie’s Website at http://homegallerieinteriors.com/
Runner up in the category is The Indigo Pearl in Waxhaw, NC. Their feature product is the Howard Elliott Leather Sling Chair. Introduced earlier in the year, The Indigo Pearl has taken an immediate love of the design and shows off the versatility of the chair in various design settings.
You can check out the Leather Sling Chair here: View Online >
Visit The Indigo Pearl’s Facebook Page
We are blown away by the creativity of our customers. We hope that you will be inspired by their creations. Be sure to check out all of the entries of the contest, follow Howard Elliott’s Pinterest Board dedicated to the contest.