Written by Becca Green

Win a £250 Annie Sloan voucher

Annie Sloan has paired up with the British Heart Foundation to urge you to join the Reuse Revolution. You could be in with a chance of winning a £250 voucher!

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Image: Annie Sloan x British Heart Foundation 

Annie Sloan, Creator of the amazing Chalk Paint, is supporting the British Heart Foundation’s Reuse Revolution with an exclusive competition to help champion furniture upcycling in order to raise funds for the charity.

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Image: Annie Sloan x British Heart Foundation

To join the Reuse Revolution, the British Heart Foundation is asking those of us looking to give our homes a style update to visit one of their 190 nationwide stores for quality furniture and interiors.

The British Heart Foundation then wants you to share your finds on social media by tagging @the_BHF on Instagram or @theBHF on Twitter, using the #BoughtAtBHF hashtag and by finishing the sentence ‘I love shopping at BHF because…’ in your caption for your chance to win a £250 Annie Sloan voucher.

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Image: Annie Sloan x British Heart Foundation

To be entered into the competition and be in with a chance to win that £250 voucher to spend at Annie Sloan, you must post your upcycle project online between the 1st and 31st of October.

From contemporary pieces to vintage finds, the British Heart Foundation stocks a wealth of different pieces – including £35 sideboards and sofas priced from just £120!

If you do decide to upcycle a piece of furniture, let us know by tweeting us @goodhomesmag or post a comment on our Facebook page. Or, post a pic on Instagram using the hashtag #ThisGoodHome for your chance to be featured on our Instagram.

 

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