Feel free to talk about things regarding this contest in here ;)
Yay! A new Interprint contest! Almost didn't see it on the forum :)
Can we change the walls, windows and door locations? Also, can we move the kitchen furniture?
The contest brief says: "You can change anything accept the kitchen furniture with our ARTISAN oak!"
So... do whatever you want as long as it's a kitchen and you use that specific piece of kitchen furniture.
Another question- can we delete the room and save the kitchen then build another room around it.
or do we have to use that room template and redesign that in order to be able to enter the competition?
Hi Kitty, you have to use the template file. Whenever template contests are done, they are programmed to only accept that file. You can certainly start over, if you want, using the green "Start Designing" button on the contest.
Happy to see another Interprint contest, although I wish its kitchen was rendered in sections - kitchen sink, stove top, & oven + various cabinetry units. A one wall kitchen presents limitations to a design.
Totally agree with Valentina. I personally would not have a kitchen in my house as poorly designed as the one presented for this template contest. Won't be participating.
Btw, Contests should be posted in the green section of the Forum page.
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@valentinapenta I think the reason the kitchen is pretty basic is because IP aren't kitchen designers or manufacturers.
I believe they produce laminate printing to use for flowing or facia-No doubt someone will correct me if I'm wrong.
I agree though I find this design challenging as the kitchen needs to be flush against a wall and the shade of wood I find hard to work with a lot of wall and floor colours-however I'm not giving up ...yet!
I know, Kitty. I meant Roomstyler could have rendered separate sections of the kitchen. Looks like they just put the artisan wood surface on one of their existing kitchens. I also found it hard to find matching wood pieces to flesh out my design. IP's artisan flooring doesn't even match the kitchen. Oh well, I entered anyway. :)
Sorry for the crabby post, wish I could delete it. Basement got flooded (broken water pipe) - need to redo laundry room, 2 bedrooms, bathroom, office, library and server room before the end of the month when I head out to Montreal again to visit my daughter....sooo tired....
Prefer to make pretty rooms on Roomstyler! ;D
@Theadora-oh nooo! so sorry to hear that : ( nightmare!
Still at least you have something to look forward to once its all sorted.
@Valentinapenta-Yes I also was surprised that that none of IP's artisan flooring samples matched the wood of the kitchen cupboards.
Like you I've entered anyway..but for me it was hard to design a room that worked with that wood-because I wanted to design the space around the kitchen..modern didn't work,industrial loft didn't work so I went rustic.
I deleted so many false starts though!
The contest won't let me enter even though I have used the artisan oak. How can i solve this?
You have to make your room public (bottom right of your design) before entering the contest.
Is this contest being voted for by the community and not IP as in the other IP contests?
Voting starts automatically so I think they forgot to manually disable it (like the first IP contest). :)
Accidentally the public voting for this contest wasn't turned off. Our apologies for the confusion!! As usual, Interprint will pick the winners for this contest.
@ all members,
If you do not receive any likes on designs you submit to a contest, please check to make sure it is public.
Congrats to the winners! A lot of wonderful kitchens. Enjoy the credits.
When someone decides to make a change to their design after submitting it to a contest it seems to automatically become private without the designer realizing this.
My question is: Do designs that are set to private get any consideration from the IP people or are they dismissed even though they are good designs because IP has no access to them?
I did not check all designs but bnu and smunro7's designs are examples.