As a blogger we know that you sit in front of your desk for more hours than you can count. It is your creative space, your little place in the world where your blog was born. But when was the last time you spoiled yourself and gave your desk a little makeover, updating your desk game with cute and quirky desk décor?
We would like to challenge bloggers and writers to a desk makeover. With just £20 could you find creative, stylish and modern ways to transform their desk? Be that by upcycling your old office folders to bringing summer indoors with a quirky desk plant and flower design stationary, the possibilities are endless and we would like to see what you can do.
So you like the sound of the challenge but how do you enter?
You need to be a blogger or a writer to enter. You must use a desk for your day to day work at home. If you fit this profile please email email@example.com with your website URL and contact details. Once you have been approved you would need to take a picture of your desk before and after, post it onto your blog telling your readers what you did, how you did it and how much it came up too with a link to Room 4 Interiors as the challenger. Remember to share your before & after pic onto Twitter with hashtag #Room4DeskChallenge.
All contestants will get £20 to spruce up their desk as well as a 20% discount on the Room 4 website for those who wish to purchase larger office items. The top 5 bloggers will each receive a Room 4 social post with a link to their article whilst the blogger with the best desk will be featured on the Room 4 website.
The person with the best desk and the winner of the challenge will get a £15 voucher to spend at Chroma Stationery on their own personalised blogger notebooks, a Dog and Pen paperweight from Qwerkity and a Terrific Weekly Desk Planner for all important blog planning.
The competition will run until the end of August with voting opening on the 1st – 13th September 2015. Voting will be done by the public via Twitter. Voting is done through retweeting bloggers competition posts, each retweet is a vote. It’s a simple as that.
We would like to change the way desks around the UK are decorated, are you up for the challenge?