Tuesday, May 21, 2013

A Home Remodeling Giveaway

I have a special treat for you today. . . .

I have a delightful giveaway, and an inspiring video to share.

First, please watch this brief video of my guest, Cassandra Lavalle, who will share some home design tips and ideas.


[Note:  If you are an email subscriber and can't see the video, please go directly to the blog to view.]






A lovely home is always made nicer with a little design and decorating.   This video makes one want to freshen up the home with paint, drapes and pretty flowers.  It would also be great to turn a bathroom into a little spa, with a RainFall Waterpik showerhead, some colorful bath towels, and a new shower curtain.



I have a giveaway that will help you get started!  This package includes the following:





1.  A $25 Gift Card to Home Depot.

2.  A luxurious RainFall Waterpik Showerhead.  {This easily installs in minutes, features 7 spray settings,  and comes with a limited lifetime warranty.}

3.  A Set of 2 Candles. ("Pillar Classics" - Unscented).






To enter for a chance to win, please leave me a comment answering the following 2 questions:

1.  What was your favorite idea from the video?

2.  What color scheme would you choose if you were to create a spa-like setting in a bathroom?



For additional Entries:


1. Post about this on Facebook.

2. Choose to "Like" The Legacy of Home on Facebook.

3. Post about this on Twitter.

4. Follow me on Twitter.

5. Write a post, linking to this giveaway, on your own Blog. (This is worth 3 entries. Please leave 3 separate comments.)

*Please leave a separate comment for each entry.*


One random winner we be selected on Monday, June 3, 2013. (U.S.  Entries only.) If I am unable to reach the winner within 48 hours, an alternate winner will be selected.


You must include your email address in your profile, or in your comment, or I can't find you if you win! - Anonymous comments will be void.



This contest is closed. The winner is:  Illinois Lori!
 

*Disclosure - I received these items, information, and video for review purposes.  Giveaway package will be shipped to the winner directly from the marketing company. *


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105 comments:

brandnewday said...

My favorite idea was to change out hardware in the kitchen. I think that might save us a ton if we don't have to redo the cabinets.

brandnewday said...

I would choose a light blue paint color for a spa like bathroom. Light blue is the most relaxing color, like the ocean.

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Illinois Lori said...

Hi Mrs White! I definitely agree that paint is a great way to really make a fresh and often dramatic impact on a limited budget. My son has just bought a 100 year old farm in WI, and we'll all be going up in about 3 weeks to clean and re-paint the place before he moves his furniture. Money is now scarce (took all we had to help him), so we are looking to spruce it up with paint, even on the old wood floors in the bedrooms!
Blessings,
Lori
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Illinois Lori said...

My son wants his farm bathrooms (and the whole house, in fact) to be in the "coastal cottage" colors of soft, light blues, sages, pale yellows, and warm whites, and that's exactly how I would do mine if I could! I think they are really soothing colors, and would give a "spa" feeling to the room!
Blessings,
Lori
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brandnewday said...

I shared about the giveaway on Facebook. Sorry, forgot to leave my contact info. if I win! For anything by brandnewday, It's jvw 64 at sbcglobal dot net

Thanks for the giveaway!

Illinois Lori said...

Hi Sharon, posted about your giveaway on my blog here:
http://illinoislori{dot}blogspot{dot}com/2013/05/sharing-giveaway{dot}html (I know you don't want URL's in posts, so I disabled the URL with {dot}...hope that's okay :-)
Blessings,
Lori
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Illinois Lori said...

Posted about the contest on my blog, Serenity in the Suburbs. (Entry #1 of 3 for this).
Blessings,
Lori
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Illinois Lori said...

Posted about the contest on my blog, Serenity in the Suburbs. (Entry #2 of 3 for this).
Blessings,
Lori
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Illinois Lori said...

Posted about the contest on my blog, Serenity in the Suburbs. (Entry #3 of 3 for this).
Blessings,
Lori
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Illinois Lori said...

Shared your contest on my FB timeline!

Blessings,
Lori
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Illinois Lori said...

Liked your contest and already liked Legacy of Home on FB!
Blessings,
Lori
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Illinois Lori said...

Following on Twitter :-)
Blessings,
Lori
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Illinois Lori said...

Tweeted your giveaway contest!
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Dolores said...

I think paint is the best idea. I would like an outdoorsy feel in my bathroom. Pale blues, greens and white. (dolores_lynn@yahoo.com)

Kalli said...

Having bought a home recently, paint has made a huge difference in our home. For a spa-like bathroom I think shades of cream and blue would be very calming. Thanks for the giveaway! kalady02 at hotmail dot com

wild west kids mom said...

I think painting makes a huge difference to change a room.
I'd use different shade of green in my spa area.
Thanks for the chance to win!

The Samples Sampler said...

I love the idea of painting. It is a quick easy way to refresh a home. I think a green color scheme would help create a spa atmosphere in a bathroom!
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Stephanie Phelps said...

Painting was the best tip. We just did ours and it looks so different!
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Kathy said...

I love the idea of changing the shower head. I did that, but unfortunately my water pressure isn't strong enough to make it work right. :( I also know what an impact paint can make. I so need to paint my living area. It is just such tall ceilings that I'm nervous about doing myself. skrkdale @ yahoo.com

Julieanne said...

A new shower head is a great idea!

Julieanne
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Julieanne said...

For a spa look, I'd paint the room with a light turquoise.

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JC said...

Love the budget friendly design change- paint.

I would choose light blue color scheme to create a spa like setting in a bathroom

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Sharri said...

I liked a lot of her ideas! But, I do think that painting a room is the most inexpensive significant change you can do. It makes everything fresh and clean looking too.

And, for a spa-like feel, I think blues and white are a good choice!

Machele said...

I love the idea of changing the shower head. My dream bathroom colors would be grays and beachy blues :)
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Anonymous said...

I would choose a pale green color and I liked the idea of cheap pillows that can be changed out for a new look.

Thanks!
Nancy
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smore93 said...

I love the idea of changing kitchen hardware!

Vunda Vall said...

i like the idea of paint being the easiest way to give a room a face lift, i would pick a warm brown beige gold ish color!

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MANDY83 said...

i liked the idea of a new shower head

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A Godly Homemaker said...

For me the hardware tip was helpful. it is an often overlooked item!
My color scheme would be hunter green, and white subway tiles.

A Godly Homemaker said...

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RebeccaL. said...

Painting is the best idea and one I try to do when I get the needing a change feeling!

RebeccaL. said...

I would love to have a bathroom in a seafoam green and aquamarine, kind of a beach feeling.

RebeccaL. said...

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Anonymous said...

i liked the idea of changing out the hardware! and i'd go with a lime green and white theme. scg00387 at yahoo dot com

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Anonymous said...

Hello, I want to first say that I love your Legacy of Home blog. It is very inspiring and I have shared it with younger family members who like it to. I have to say that I think painting is top on my list, but if I could not afford paint at the time I would definitely do the swapping the decor idea. Thanks for the give away and great ideas! Blessings!
Jen
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Candice said...

I learned a simple thing like updating your shower head can transform your bathroom.

Candice said...

I would pick a color scheme with a lot of different blues.

Candice said...

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Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

I liked on facebook
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Anonymous said...

Changing small details is my favorite idea from the video.
The bathroom color scheme I would choose is turquoise, yellow, and white.

I am emailing you my email address in case I win something. : )

Jo Ann in VA

D Schmidt mummytotwoboys said...

My favorite tip is swapping hardware in the kitchen and of course changing the showerhead!

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Carol said...

I liked the idea for replacing outdated hardware in the kitchen and bathroom. We are currently doing this piece by piece in the house we just bought and it is definitely making a difference with each piece. I would decorate to get a spa affect with turquoise and chocolate colors I find those colors relaxing and plan on redoing the master bath in them when I can.

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Jessica McCarthy said...

I love the idea of switching out the old hardware in the kitchen. We did this in our last house and it was an instant facelift.
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Jessica McCarthy said...

For a spa-like bathroom I would use a creamy white with sea glass accents of blue and green.
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Janet said...

I like the idea of changing out the hardware in the kitchen. This is something I would not have thought about.:)

The color scheme I would like would be beach colors- blues and sand.

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chedeb5353 said...

I think painting a room is the best and easiest way to change or update a room. I would choose green. Debra chedeb5353@hotmail.com

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rachel said...

I like the hardware idea (at first I thought she said hardwood...new floors could be cool, too). I'd do a light grey/green color. Light and cool...refreshing!

MrsMommyB said...

I love that paint really does make a room. You don't need a ton of stuff to clutter a room when a big splash of color can make its own statement.

For a spa room I'd go with a minty turquoise green. I find it calming but reassuringly positive.

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CindyWindy2003 said...

favorite idea was changing out the hardware of a room like kitchen or bathroom. carawling(at)hotmail(dot)com

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my colors would be soft blue and sage green with white and maybe some brown touches, carawling(at)hotmail(Dot)com

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I liked her idea of replacing outdated hardware in the kitchen. The colors I would use in the bathroom are probably coral and cream.
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Cece said...

The idea I like best is painting. I like bathrooms painted in white and pastel blue.

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Thomas Murphy said...

My favorite tip is swapping hardware in the kitchen.
For a spa like setting in the bathroom I would use light blues.

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