The first finalist of the Resene Colour Home Awards drew creative inspiration from her family’s hobbies and passions. Scroll down to discover how you could also get the chance to win $5000
The first 2019 Resene Colour Home Awards finalist revealed
Jessica Cameron used Resene paints to add personality throughout her home, from a monochrome statement in her living room to creative themes in her kids’ bedrooms.
In Jessica’s living and dining room, thick horizontal stripes in Resene ‘Black White’ and Resene ‘All Black’ create drama and set the scene for sophisticated entertaining.
Son Brody’s room is inspired by the family’s love of riding on motorcycles and in four-wheel drives. Jessica used a base of Resene ‘Black White’ and traced tyre tracks onto the wall in Resene ‘All Black’, then painted trees on in Resene ‘Oxygen’, Resene ‘Subzero’, Resene ‘Stack’ and Resene ‘All Black’.
Daughter Honor’s room, meanwhile, was given the princess treatment in colours such as Resene ‘Ballerina’ and Resene ‘Unicorn’.
Did you use Resene paints to colour your home? You could win $5000!
Enter our competition and you could be one of five finalists to appear in Your Home and Garden and also receive a $250 Resene paint voucher. The overall winner will be chosen from the five finalists, taking the Resene Colour Home Award title and winning $5000 in cash. An extended story on the winning home will feature in our June 2019 issue.
What we’re looking for
+ Clever interior colour schemes
+ Great use of colour in bedrooms
+ Exciting kids’ rooms
+ Amazing paint projects & features
+ Interesting use of exterior colour
How to enter:
Email photos and a 200-word description of your project to firstname.lastname@example.org with your last name and ‘Resene Colour Home’ in the subject line. Please include your name, home address, daytime phone number, the names of the Resene colours used and details of when you painted your home. Please credit anyone who assisted you in choosing the colours.
Get your entries in by 26 November to be our third finalist!
Words by: Fiona Ralph. Photography by: Kate Claridge.