Deansgate’s West Tower offering chance to WIN £2000 to kit out your apartment!

They've got together with a specialist interior designer to offer up this massive sum.

I must say that one of the most annoying things about living in a rented gaff is that I can’t decorate anything.

Popping a few framed bits of art is the best I can do but it’s not enough when all I really want to do is stick up some floral wallpaper, paint the whole kitchen yellow and throw some shagpile down in the front room.

Well, things are certainly changing for renters in this respect, as people start to cotton on to the fact that we want to have the freedom to deck our houses and apartments up however we like.

So West Tower, down on the impressive new Deansgate Square development, is the first of four residential towers, and all the apartments are exclusively homes for rent. Well, they’re letting the tenants decorate and accessorise their apartments as they wish.

You can paint the walls, change the furniture – pretty much whatever you like. They offer contracts  from 6 months to 5 years so you can really put your personal stamp on your apartment and truly make it a home.

To celebrate this they’ve come up with a competition that’s open to current and future residents of the Tower to win £2000 worth of kit to deck your apartment out!

They’ve collaborated with a team of specialist interior designers and stylists from Kibre to offer up this massive amount of money to make your apartment feel truly yours.

To enter all you need to do is post your favourite photos of your apartment or interior details and use the hashtag #mywesttowerinterior. In addition, entrants can post inspirational images that indicate what they might dream of doing. Multiple entries are allowed and the deadline for entries is Friday 14th February.

The winner will be selected by Kibre designers from the Instagram hashtag entries. So go let your imagination run away with you and good luck!

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