Looking for a great way to update your home? Win £1000 to spend at dwell

Gay Times has awarded a Pride Hero with the ultimate home furniture makeover and we’ve also released three pieces of queer art as part of our partnership with dwell. Now, it’s time for one lucky reader to win a £1000 voucher to spend at any dwell store!

Founded by a group of friends and family in 2003, dwell set out with a simple aim – to create great furniture that doesn’t cost a fortune.

dwell also wanted the experience of updating your home to be really easy. They offer delivery from stock in 7 days so you don’t have to wait ages, whether it is for a sofa or a bed.

With a clear passion for design, dwell launch hundreds of exciting new products every year. You can buy the whole range online, shop in over 35 stores nationwide or browse a catalogue and buy over the phone.

As well as offering stylish sofas and beds, dwell also offers a fantastic range of space-saving solutions with a great collection of adaptable furniture. A huge selection of bold accessories and statement lighting also offer great ways to add contemporary style to your home.

Spend your £1000 voucher on a stylish piece of piece of furniture or quirky home accessories – good luck!

To win, please fill out the following form before 30th January.

Win £1000 to spend at dwell

Competition prize is £1000 voucher to spend at dwell. Competition closes on the 30th January 2019. Winner will be contacted by 5th February. Prize in non-transferable. Gay Times decision is final.



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