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Have you ever wondered what the next big kitchen design trend will be? Or how to be a full-time design blogger? Design Camp could be the kickstart your career needs. Created for professionals and die-hard design enthusiasts alike, Design Camp is a two-day interiors boot camp covering everything from the latest trends to must-know business savvy. Intrigued? We’re giving three lucky Design Happens readers a chance to win a free ticket to the Seattle Design Camp on May 1-3.
Win Free Tickets to Seattle's Design CampCelebrity interior designers Lori Dennis and Kelli Ellis gathered a panel of the industry’s top design experts (including our own Jillian St. Charles) to serve as “camp counselors.” They’ll share the knowledge they’ve learned in their long careers to help budding designers get started or experienced professionals reinvigorate their business.

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Want a ticket? To enter for a chance to win, leave a comment below. This contest’s question: Why do you want to go to Design Camp? We’ll choose three random winners next Friday, April 5.

You may only comment once to be considered, and you don’t have to purchase anything to win; a purchase will not increase your chances of winning. Odds depend on total number of entries. Void where prohibited by law. Only open to legal residents of 50 U.S., D.C. or Puerto Rico, and you must be at least 18 years of age to win. All entries (comments) must be entered between 6:00 p.m. ET on March 29, 2013 and 6:00 p.m. ET on April 4, 2013. Subject to full official rules. By leaving a comment on the blog, you acknowledge your acceptance to the Official Rules. ARV of each prize: $1297. Sponsor: Scripps Networks, LLC, d/b/a HGTV, 9721 Sherrill Boulevard, Knoxville, TN 37932.

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148 Responses

  1. Nicole says:

    Having completed a fashion degree and taken both color theory and interior design classes, I'd love to attend this design camp and learn more by immersing myself in this exciting bootcamp.

  2. Melanie Courtois says:

    I am a new designer, just got my certificate from George Brown College in Toronto, and really want the opportunity to learn and get inspired by all these amazing and talented designers!! Plus, with a 4 year old and a 3 month old, I could use a little get away in Seattle ;-)

  3. Jessica says:

    Going to Design Camp would be an invaluable opportunity – especially at this point in my career. I'm finishing up my masters degree, and my ultimate goal is to work in trend and design direction in the home industry! It would also be so helpful as a design blogger (emereeroad.com) since I'm already blogging about interiors and trends. This would be just the opportunity to start up my career in a field that I love! Thanks so much for hosting! :)

  4. Nora says:

    I want to go to design camp because I'm in the arts, and my home doesn't reflect it… I need someone to help me find a place to start

  5. Jessica says:

    Onalaska WI…are you thinking where is that? lol! That is home for me. I have been decorating for 9 years but never was professionally trained. I am doing my best with what talents God gave me! I have had many clients tell me they felt like they are on an HGTV show after I am done with their homes. I would be bouncing off the wall with excitement to have an opportunity to learn from some of the best!

  6. Melinda Quarles says:

    Our son joking calls our house the "bomb shelter"because I have painted the walls so many times! I love to decorate but I could use some instruction, direction, and inspiration. As a recently retired high school teacher, I would love to help others design their dream spaces. Design Camp would be a dream come true.

  7. Barbara Autrey says:

    When an established boomer- community decided to update their sales approach with more contemporary interior designs, they decided to sell their 'older models'. Those of us (older models in our own right) who bought these lovely, but slightly tired-looking, models have considered ways to update with more contemporary ideas to match our more contemporary attitudes, and the belief in an active, vibrant life after age 60. We've just got to learn some helpful tips from the experts without the experience costing us a bundle. Ideas I could share with others here at Soleil from my Design Camp experience would be just the ticket (literally!) to our fountain of youthful design!

Liz GrayLiz is a Senior Editor at HGTV.com. She lives in a midcentury tri-level that’s stuck in the ‘70s…for now. When she’s not working on remodeling projects with her boyfriend and...

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