It's a hard task, deciding which of our contestants has what it takes to win, so we've enlisted expert judges, many of which are the best in their fields relating to interior design and property.
Simon Bray, is a Durban-based surfer with a real passion for online marketing – a very good thing considering he's the COO of Private Property, a massive online showcase of sales and rentals across South Africa.
'Private Property is privileged to once again be involved in Win a Home. Last year’s show was exciting from start to finish; watching young designers blossom, profiling beautiful homes from across South Africa and ultimately changing the lives of our top three contestants. There is nothing quite like handing over the keys to a designer home worth millions of rands!’, says Bray.
As a former globetrotting decorative artist, Ann fell in love with paint techniques but it was her fascination by how a hue can change a room's mood that inspired her to study colour therapy.
Alex Coggins, Brand Executive at Kansai Plascon Africa Limited says, "Plascon is proud to be supporting the Win A Home competition for the second year running. As South Africa's leading coatings brand with an up to 15 year quality guarantee, the association with this show is an excellent fit for us, and we are thrilled to be part of the exciting journey. We wish all the contestants and viewers everything of the best.”
Each week Win a Home will visit a top South African designer, from product designers responsible for your favourite lamp, to designers who make you want to live in their homes, and invite you into their creative process. These designers will join our judges, Plascon's Colour Manager Anne Roselt and Simon Bray, the CEO of Private Property.