Contest: Pin Your Dream Wall

Category: All Category: Inspiration

Art + light fixtures go together like a glass of wine and Friday night so when Minted reached out with the idea to partner up for a Pinterest contest we were instantly on board. We kept it really simple for you and fun for us, because we love to see what inspires other people in their home design. Fall has us ready to try new combos and styles we'd never considered before so we'll be pinning up a storm of our favorite wall sconces, table lights, gallery walls, open shelving and all around room faves. Now all we need is you! One winner will receive $500 from Schoolhouse Electric and $500 from Minted to create their dream wall.

How to Enter:

  1. Follow @Minted + @SchoolHouse on Pinterest to inspire your ultimate dream wall
  2. Create a board entitled “Minted + Schoolhouse Electric - My Dream Wall”
  3. Pin 5-10 images of Minted art + Schoolhouse Electric lighting on your dream wall board to show how you envision your dream wall

We'll announce the winner with a special pin on the “Minted + Schoolhouse Electric - My Dream Wall”. This contest ends on November 2, 2015, so get pinning! Good luck!

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