£2,500 to spend at John Lewis! Two readers will each win £2,500 to transform their space

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£2,500 to spend at John Lewis

2 prizes to be won!

Would you like some expert advice on the latest ways to update your space? Here’s your chance to win a free and exclusive consultation in your home with the John Lewis Home Design Service team and £2,500 to spend on transforming your home.

The home of interiors inspiration, John Lewis has many beautiful trends this spring/summer. For urban aesthetes, Expressions is a painterly mix of colour-splash pattern, abstract prints and clean-lined accessories, worked in a mellow, chalky palette. With hero fabrics and statement bed linen, it’s the range to give your home a touch of arty elegance. For a more relaxed mood, the Croft Collection takes its lead from the modern craft revolution, featuring handmade furniture, natural textiles in muted neutrals and organic accessories, designed to create a warm, welcoming home you’ll never tire of. So, why not browse the spring/summer home collections at johnlewis.com or visit your nearest store to find out more

Whichever trend inspires you, it’s reassuring to know that you can trust John Lewis to be Never Knowingly Undersold on quality, value and service*. Pick up a new Home catalogue in-store, or request one online.


*John Lewis’ commitment to value means it matches the prices of high-street competitors(excludes online-only or mail-order brochures).Service conditions must be comparable. See the Never Knowingly Undersold leaflet in store or online for details.

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