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Interior Design

Submissions Open: Life in Color Competition

D Home wants to publish your best use of color in an interior design in our November/December issue.
By Caitlin Clark |

D Home is now accepting submissions from Dallas designers for our annual Life in Color design competition, sponsored by Benjamin Moore and benefiting Dwell with Dignity.

Life in Color celebrates of the transformative power of color in interior design. Send us your most compelling use of color as a theme or accent by August 14. This year, the winners will be determined by D Home readers on and featured in the November/December 2017 issue of D Home.

Life in Color winners will be:

  • Featured on D Home’s website, newsletter, and social media channels
  • Honored at the November/December issue celebration
  • Given a complimentary D Home advertising package (up to $5,000)
  • Given complimentary Benjamin Moore product

D Home believes in bettering our community with beauty. That’s why, for every vote cast from September 5 – 15, D Home will donate to our charity partner, Dwell with Dignity. Learn how Dwell with Dignity is improving lives in Dallas through interior design here.

Submit Your Design Now

Deadline: August 14

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