Amara Interior Blog Awards 2019

Written by MK Kids Interiors

On August 20, 2019

Guess what?

MK Kids Interiors Nominated for the Amara Blog Awards

We have been nominated for the Amara Interior Blog Awards 2019, for the 2nd time. Last year was our first but we were up against some prestigious companies – and it’s actually the same this year!! Yikes!

With MK Kids Interior all things are possible, so we believe there is a possibility that we can win the category of the ‘Best Company Blog’.

We use our company blog to share things we’ve learnt along the interior design journey as well as share our beautiful design projects with you. I know we are totally behind on giving you an update on all our recent kids interiors projects, but they are coming.

We have been working on decluttering kids’ rooms and improving the storage and organization in the homes of the wonderful families we work with.

In order for us to win the best company blog category, we need you votes and the votes of your family and friends. So can I ask that you take 30 seconds (or less) to vote for MK Kids Interiors on the Amara Interior Blog Awards website, click here.

Thank you in advance for voting for us and please don’t forget to share with you family and friends!

Vote now for MK Kids Interiors to win the Best company blog
Click the image to vote

Voting closes on the 11th September 2019.

Warmest regards, Medina xXx

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