This competition is now closed.
To celebrate the launch of the Kitchen Planning Tool, we gave one lucky homeowner the chance of winning £10,000 worth of product from Häfele for their dream kitchen. We also offered three runners up the chance to win Smeg appliance packages, worth over £1,000 each. The competition ended on 31/10/19. All voting has been cast and we are currently awaiting confirmation of winners from our expert judging panel. A huge thank you to all who entered, we had some really fantastic entries.
You can read the full terms and conditions here.
To be in with the chance of winning, entrees had to follow the simple steps below.
Step 1. Complete your kitchen design
Complete your kitchen design using the Kitchen Planning Tool. For the best experience, use the tool on desktop or tablet, rather than mobile. Ensure your design utilises great use of storage and space, so that the designed kitchen maximises every inch of space and works around you and your lifestyle. For your kitchen plan to be approved and entered into the competition, it must include a minimum of an oven and / or hob, fridge and / or / freezer and / or fridge-freezer, sink, tap and cabinets.
You can find out more about creating an efficient kitchen design in our Ultimate Kitchen Planning Guide.
Step 2. Submit your design
To enter the competition, complete the form below. When thinking about space optimisation, consider how you have utilised design elements such as storage or appliances. When it comes to an efficient working space, consider how your design will help your lifestyle and everyday kitchen life. Ensure you save your design with a name distinctive to you so that people can easily find your design.
Step 3. Share your design
Share the voting page link:
www.ideasforliving.co.uk/kitchen-competition-voting/ with your friends and family to generate as many votes for your kitchen as possible. It may be useful to add a photo of your design to the share or the name of your design, so that people recognise your entry on the voting page. Voters should click the heart to submit their vote and votes are limited to one per person.