Those shortlisted will win a £150 voucher prize while the winner will receive £1,000 Wickes vouchers to put towards their next home improvement project.
One of the awards on offer has been named the “Cleaning Up in the Kitchen Award” which will be rewarded to those who have created a working from home space within the kitchen.
Many homeowners now have open-plan living spaces which can sometimes include a lounge, dining room and kitchen area.
Phil said he visited a couple, before the pandemic, who wanted to take a wall down to open up their space.
He continued: “Kirstie said ‘don’t take the whole wall down, take part of the wall down and then you could have double doors that open up’.
“They were against that idea and they did proceed and take the whole wall down and make it open plan.”
“Would you do that now if you were needing to work from home? Probably not.
“A hallway and a dedicated space could be super useful.”
Simply visit Wickes Facebook, Instagram or Twitter page and follow the guidance on each channel to share a picture of you in your working from home space, using the hashtag #WickesHomeOfficeAwards.
Entries are open from 07:00 on Monday 19th April and close at 23:59 on Monday 17th May (inclusive).
Entrants must live in the UK. Must be over 18. T&Cs apply. Click here for more information.
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