After transforming the home of one lucky woman, LoopTT, Courts (Unicomer Trinidad Ltd) and Record Media are now looking to transform someone’s bedroom.
The bedroom transformation will be the second installment in the video series “Operation Transformation’.
For many people, their bedroom is a sanctuary where they can relax, unwind, meditate, experience intimate moments and of course, sleep.
The correct colours and décor can help to achieve the ambiance needed to create that calming oasis but if you don’t have the finances or know-how to make that happen, this competition could be your chance.
If you have a bedroom that needs a transformation from the expert team at Courts worth TT$25,000, enter here https://loopttpromotions.com/ for your chance to win!
Loop, Record Media and Courts will select the winners. All decisions are final.
In the first show in the series, Sangre Grande resident Barbara Sinanan was selected as the lucky winner to have her living room transformed by the expert team at Courts led by interior designer and visual merchandiser, Martrecia Alleyne.
Sinanan’s father built the house in Sangre Grande in 1984 but in recent years, she had little opportunity to upgrade any aspects of the interior.
Now sharing the home with her son, Sinanan was surprised and delighted to be chosen as the first guest on the show and was even more shocked and thrilled by the transformation that was carried out at her home.
Hosted by Kezzi Miller, the new online show was an emotional rollercoaster following Barbara’s journey from her selection as the show’s first guest all the way through to the big reveal of her brand-new living room.
You could be next to celebrate a transformation like this.
Submit your application by September 14. Your bedroom must be available for filming by September 27.
No purchases are necessary for this competition.
- Entry and selection imply that the winner agrees to have their house and themselves filmed/photographed.
- The material/imagery can be used subsequently by both Trend Media/Loop and by Courts (Unicomer Trinidad Ltd) for promotional purposes.