Hurn & Hurn is an online boutique home and design store, offering unique and original homeware, home accessories and gifts. Aiming to help you to ‘discover the unusual’, the company’s website features an eclectic but considered range of products that are out of the ordinary and often not widely available.
A family run business, the team offers excellent and personal customer service, with free UK delivery on most orders over £50. Weekend delivery is also available as well as same day dispatch when you order before 2pm, Monday-Friday.
This month, Period Ideas and Hurn & Hurn are offering 3 lucky readers the chance to win a Vita Copenhagen Eos, extra large, white ceiling pendant lampshade, worth £325 each. Made with real goose feathers and built around a steel frame, it is sure to become a statement piece in any room and is ideal for bigger spaces. To find out more about Hurn & Hurn call 01603 559 250 or visit hurnandhurn.com
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Terms & Conditions:
. These giveaways are open to all UK residents aged 18 or over, excluding employees or agents of the associated companies and their families.
. Prize is subject to availability, the company reserves the right to offer an alternative prize of equal or greater value.
. One entry per person (duplicates will be void).
. No cash alternatives.
. Automated entries are disqualified.
. Illegible entries and those that do not abide by these terms and conditions will be disqualified.
. No responsibility held for entries lost, delayed or damaged in the post. Proof of posting is not proof of delivery.
. All entries become the property of Aceville Publications Ltd & sister companies. The decision of the judge is final & no correspondence will be entered into.
. Winners will be notified by email, a list of winners will be available in writing on request from: Marketing Department, 21-23 Phoenix Court, Hawkins Road, Colchester, Essex CO2 8JY.
CLOSING DATE 11th May 2017 *Subject to change