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Dream up your own design...
and enter it in the Resene Wallpaper

Competition!

Have you always wanted to design your own wallpaper or wall mural? Here's your chance to get creative and win prizes with the Resene Wallpaper Design Competition!

There is over $5,000 in prizes to be won!

Entry open to New Zealand and Australia, including specifiers, interior designers, graphic designers, design students, wallpaper hangers, wallpaper lovers and anyone who has ever wanted to design their own wallpaper.

Resene Wallpaper Collection

Entries close 31 July 2022

Get your entry form online: .docx (unzipped) | .docx (zipped)

Entries close 31 July 2022.

The winning design will win a prize pack worth over $2500, including:

Plus, two runner-ups will win:

The winning wallpapers will be made in partnership with Aspiring Walls.

Resene may also award additional prizes at their discretion.

Entries may feature in future Resene Wallpaper Collections. Any designs used in this way, will receive a $500 payment and name recognition for the artist/designer on the Resene website with the design. This is open to all entries and may not be limited to only winning designs, Resene reserves the right to alter the artwork with permission from the artists/designer to make it fit for purpose for producing as wallpaper or a wall mural.

How to enter

You may enter as many times as you wish.

Wallpaper repeat design (all over print)

How to enter:


Entries close 31 July 2022.

Download the Resene Wallpaper Design Competition entry form: .docx (unzipped) | .docx (zipped)

We look forward to seeing your entries!

 

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