Our friends at SmartFurniture.com are celebrating the holidays by giving away 12 classic designs by Charles and Ray Eames! That's over $7,000 in prizes, and it means a dozen lucky design fans will have a mid-century icon under their tree this year — and one Grand Prize winner will receive an Eames Lounge Chair! We're so excited about it, we wanted to remind you to enter today — then enter once a day until the end of the contest to maximize your chance of winning.
Starting December 1, Smart Furniture will randomly select one winner per day to win one Eames prize: they're giving away Herman Miller Eames furniture, as well as some Eames accessories by Vitra, the Eames Office, and House Industries.
The Grand Prize, to be announced December 12th, is the iconic leather Eames Lounge Chair, as chic as it is comfortable. Other prizes include the Eames Plywood Lounge Chair, the Eames Hang-It-All and the Eames Molded Plastic Rocker, all design classics that can be found in museums as well as in stylish homes.
How To Enter
Click here to enter Smart Furniture's 12 Days of Eames Holiday Giveaway. The contest begins today, November 16, and you can enter any time before or during the giveaway.
Limit 1 entry per day, limit 1 win per household. Entering more than once increases your chance of winning. Once you enter, you are automatically registered for all 12 giveaways. But you can only win once. Shoppers who complete a purchase on SmartFurniture.com during this time are also entered into the contest.
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. The contest is open to legal residents of the contiguous USA who are at least 18 years of age. Contestants in Hawaii and Alaska are not eligible. Void outside the contiguous United States and wherever else prohibited by law. To see full contest rules, click here.
Charles Eames and his wife Ray were two of the most important American designers of the 20th century. Their furniture and accessories are simple and functional, while still feeling warm and playful. Though their designs were borne out of the cheerful optimism of Post-War America, they are still a perfect fit for contemporary interiors.
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