THERE’S a reason that the kitchen is seen as the beating heart and soul of the home; a warm and comfortable escape from the outside world.
It’s where we indulge our fantasies of being Michelin-starred chefs or prize-winning bakers, but it can also be where our families spend quality time together, where friends are entertained, and special events celebrated.
Sadly, many of our kitchens leave a lot to be desired - becoming less of a beloved haven and more of a practical necessity populated by outdated design, chipped work surfaces and obsolete appliances.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could click your fingers and have a sparkling new kitchen designed and delivered by one of the best in the business?
Well, this could be your lucky month, because the Herald and our sister papers at Johnston Falkirk Ltd have teamed up with the design gurus at Homeworld to offer readers the chance to win a dream kitchen worth up to £10,000.
That’s £10,000-worth of top-quality worktops, appliances and all the multiple individual touches which will turn your kitchen into a lifestyle-enhancing addition to your home.
The Homeworld showrooms, based in Kirkintilloch and Falkirk, have countless thank you cards from happy customers.
The effusive praise contained in the notes is testament to how happy a Homeworld kitchen transformation can make homeowners - as is the fact that 82 per cent of Homeworld’s business comes from personal recommendations.
Homeworld’s designers will guide the lucky winner of this fantastic prize through every step of the process, helping you pick out every option from a wide range of carefully-sourced and beautifully-designed products.
A team of plumbers, fitters and electricians will then descend upon your home to carry out the work on your dream kitchen.
Homeworld are so confident that customers will be left fully-satisfied that they offer a triple promise on price, quality and service.
Obviously our winner won’t be too concerned by the fact that Homeworld promise not to be beaten on price! But the pledge that the quality of their products and work can’t be beaten will be of interest - as will the service charter letting every customer know exactly what to expect when it comes to the fitting process and a 10-year guarantee.
Homeworld co-owner Joe Weldon said: “I’m delighted to be teaming up with the Herald to offer this amazing prize!
“I can’t wait to meet our lucky winner and deliver them a kitchen uniquely designed to suit their home and individual needs.”
For your chance to win, start collecting the vouchers being printed in the Herald in the coming weeks.
Five finalists - one from each paper’s circulation area - will be chosen and invited to a special prize draw in the Homeworld showroom, when the lucky kitchen winner will be chosen.
The good news is that none of our finalists will go away empty handied, as they will all receive a runner-up prize of a kitchen appliance.