Download

Sep 15, 2014

The Toronto Fall Home Show and Habitat For Humanity, GTA have once again partnered to push local designers and DIY experts to the limit in the 3rd Annual Ultimate Upcycle Challenge: Stylized. Armed with a $100 budget, access to Rust-Oleum's products, and a killer competitive streak, each participant sourced and repurposed an item from the Habitat For Humanity ReStore (nine locations).
Stylized Categories include: A Twist Of...Modern, Country Rustic, Industrial, and Vintage Glam.

Love an upcycle so much you want to take it home?

Guests will have the opportunity to bid on their favourite upcycled items at the Toronto Fall Home Show, which takes place September 18-21, 2014 at Exhibition Place. The completed upcycles can be viewed at Booth #240. All proceeds from the auction will be used to support ongoing work at Habitat For Humanity, GTA.

Here's where you come in!

Before the silent auction starts we're asking you to raise your voice. Visit our Facebook page to see photos of the completed upcycle projects and VOTE for your favourite! The winner will receive a $500 Visa gift card and $200 worth of Rust-Oleum products. Having a hard time choosing just one? Vote for as many items as you'd like. Voting will remain open until 11:59pm on September 20, 2014.

The DIY Upcycle Heroes include:

For more information on their upcycle adventures, visit the participants' blogs and websites, and connect with them on Twitter.

New this year:

Welcome Rust-Oleum consumer brands. Rust-Oleum provided all Upcycle Challenge participants with a variety of products needed to complete their projects. Participants were required to use at least one Rust-Oleum product in the making of their final piece of work.

See what these turned into!



Did you know that connecting with us on Facebook has perks beyond getting to see these awesome upcycles? Right now you can get two tickets for the price of one to the Toronto Fall Home Show when you like us on Facebook. Like us today, save on your tickets, and get voting!

0 comments: