We Have Been Nominated: #IBA17
We have been nominated for another award, this time for 'Best Interior Designer Blog' by the Amara Interior Blog Awards. The 'Best Interior Designer Blog' category recognises juggling an interior design business and keeping a blog up to date, with a strong commitment to the world of interior design.
The Amara Interior Blog Awards celebrates and engages with the most authoritative and respected bloggers in the vast interior blogging industry. Sophie Robinson, ex-presenter of The Great Interior Design Challenge and influential interior designer, coined the IBA's as "the Oscars of interior design". Voting closes on Friday 15th September. The shortlists for each category will be announced on Monday 18th September and the winners will be announced at the awards ceremony in late October.
If you would like to vote for us to win 'Best Interior Designer Blog', follow the link here or via bit.ly/IBA17SG. Fill in the form with your name and email. That's it. There's nothing else to it and only takes a minute - no subscribing required. (Please note: You can only vote for each individual blog once).
Nominations Open - 26th June
Nominations Close - 28th July
Voting Opens - 7th August
Voting Closes - 15th September
Shortlists Announced - 18th September
Judging Day - 20th September
Awards Ceremony - 25th October
If you have already voted or shared, we would like to say a huge thank you. Please let me know in the comments below or tweet us @studiogabuk.
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