The Daily Mail Ideal Home Show 2007
(9th March - 1st April 2007, Earls Court)

Win Tickets to the Show and Experience Amazing Houses of the Future

Plus you can be inspired further at the Show as this year's impressive central feature is a whole town! The show-house village has been influenced by the "new urbanism" movement and is designed by Young Architects of the Year, Patrick Lynch & Co. It will feature three environmentally friendly house designs as well a town square - incorporating green spaces - and even a pub. It will showcase the very latest in contemporary thinking about housing, fusing sustainable modern designs with traditional building and is a definite "must see".

Other brand-new features at this year's Daily Mail Ideal Home Show include the new Ideas Stations, which will offer advice on a wide range of topics from property, gardening and renovations to interiors, and the exciting Home of the Future that offers the latest in home technology.

Firm favourites will also return, like the renowned cooking and DIY theatres featuring the famous faces of our show celebrities. Hundreds of exhibitors will be offering their specialist knowledge and products - a huge selection covering every aspect of the home from furniture, DIY, gardening and food and drink to interiors, gifts and accessories.

Spring 2007 sees the very first National Interiors Week. The Daily Mail Ideal Home Show will recognise the best of interior design, with a weeklong interiors extravaganza culminating with a glitzy award ceremony.
Must See Features at the Show

• Patrick Lynch's Show Village - Brand New This Year
The design fuses contemporary innovations in construction with traditional building to form a realistic vision of new places to live and work. A terrace house, a courtyard house and a modern country house will represent urban, suburban and rural living to show how green materials combined with a sustainable approach to development can make homes people want to live in. Leading architects and critics, discussing current architectural trends and offering expert advice to visitors, will hold four talks each week.

• Ideas Stations - Brand New This Year
There will be four Ideas Stations at the Daily Mail Ideal Home Show this year, offering free one-to-one advice and interaction with leading experts on a range of subjects, from interior and garden design to planning permission. Info packs will be available. Visitors can simply drop in with an enquiry - there is no need to make an appointment.

• Concept Products Awards
This popular feature, now its seventh year, will also return, giving visitors an insight into the future of furniture and gadgets designed by a generation of Britain's most talented young design graduates. Visitors can see for themselves each individual design plus vote for their favourite. The winning invention will be announced at an awards ceremony during the show.

• Junior Concept Products
This also makes a great comeback. The Daily Mail Ideal Home Show has teamed up with schools throughout the UK, asking budding young designers aged 8-11 to get creative and design an innovative product for the home, with winning entries being displayed at the show.

• 2020 Living - Brand New This Year
The Daily Mail Ideal Home Show has invited students from the top six universities throughout the UK to design domestic products and furniture of the future. How will we be living in 10-20 years time? What are the sorts of products that will help shape and change our living environment? To find out be sure to visit this exclusive new feature.

• DIY Theatre
Take your pick from a series of masterclasses with a host of celebrity demonstrators offering top tips on anything and everything to do with home design, gardening and interiors.

• Sizzling Kitchen
Celebrity chefs will be on hand, cooking up an array of sumptuous culinary delights for all foodie lovers and budding masterchefs out there.

• Garden Showcase
Be inspired with a series of unique garden designs showcasing different ways to utilise and maximise your outdoor space. Also find out how you can add innovation and style to your garden with expert advice from ITV1's This Morning gardener David Domoney.

• Indulgence Zone
Take time out from shopping for those show bargains to truly pamper yourself. Get a free manicure, hand massage or colour consultation courtesy of Colour Me Beautiful and the London College of Beauty Therapy.
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Terms & Conditions
  1. Your personal details will not be disclosed to Ideal Home Show or any other third parties.
  2. This prize draw is available to users aged over 18 and resident in the UK.
  3. The deadline for entry is 28/02/2007. Entries are limited to one per person. No entries will be accepted after this date.
  4. Winners will be chosen at random by and will be notified by e-mail no later than 09/03/2007. Winners' names and details will be published on
  5. Each winner will receive one entry to 'The Daily Mail Ideal Home Show' to be used between 9th March - 1st April 2007, Earls Court, London. Tickets are valid for only one day and are to be used on weekdays only.
  6. Tickets cannot be redeemed or exchanged for a cash equivalent, prize in kind, and are non-transferable and non-refundable.
  7. and Ideal Home Show reserve the right to provide a substitute prize if the specified prizes become unavailable for reasons beyond their control.
  8. Any person participating in this promotion accepts these Terms & Conditions and the Organiser's Terms & Conditions stated on the back of the tickets.

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