- $10,000 in prizes available!
- The contest runs from August 6, 2013 to January 15, 2014
- All entries are due January 15, 2014
- Winners will be announced February 4, 2014
- Any kitchen project installed between August 2012 – January 2014 qualifies so long as the designer can submit photography of the completed project with the entry form
- Winners will be selected by the 2013 Silestone Trendspotters
THE FOLLOWING CONTEST IS INTENDED FOR THE UNITED STATES ONLY AND SHALL BE GOVERNED BY THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. ENTRY IN THIS CONTEST CONSTITUTES ACCEPTANCE OF THESE OFFICIAL CONTEST RULES.View Rules
Interiors & Design Chicago, IL
Ten 25 in Dallas, TX
in Sacramento, CA
Judges will take into consideration best use of color and overall design creativity in a kitchen space.
Contest open to all U.S. independent kitchen and interior designers.
Designers can submit more than one project as long as it is installed between August 2012 - January 2014.
Contest is only open for design trade professionals. By entering the contest design professionals agree to allow Cosentino to use project details and photography for promotional and press purposes.
What are the eligibility rules for the Silestone® Design Contest
Any designer, independent, professional or student can enter any kitchen design that uses Silestone colors.
Register for the contest (deadline for entries by 11:59PM, CST January 15, 2014 Enter as many projects as you like (separate entries required for multiple projects) Winner will be announced online on February 4, 2014.
I would like to submit two or three different designs; can I do this?
Yes, you can submit multiple entries, but each design should be entered as its own entry.
What exactly are the limits to "digital images submitted on line." Can these be anything that can be submitted digitally (scan of a sketch or photo)? Or must they have been created digitally (i.e. image capture from a digital camera)?
To clarify, the digital images must be uploaded as a JPG and less than 1mb in size - so YES, it can be a scan of a sketch, a photo of a mockup, or an image that has been created digitally.