This year we have ten categories in which you can nominate the unmissable interior blogs you catch up with every day. Each category has certain judging criteria which should be read carefully before you nominate your favourite blog and please bear in mind the general rules below for every nomination:
- This year we have split each category into three territories (UK, US and the rest of the world) once a blog has been nominated we will confirm with them which territory they fall under, so please just nominate your favourite blogs based on their content.
- The blog must be live at the time of nomination and they must have posted in the last three months
- Blogs can be nominated more than once and into more than one category. However those nominated in more than one category will only appear in the category they receive the most nominations for
- If we feel the blog is not interior related we reserve the right to disregard it from the awards entirely
- We reserve the right to disqualify any blogs that we have found to publish any offensive or discriminatory material
- All blogs must be written in English for the judges to be able to determine writing quality
- Each blog only needs to be nominated ONCE to get through to the voting stage of the Amara Interior Blog Awards
- The voting stage opens Wednesday 15th August 2018 – this is when you should ask for voting support from your friends, family and followers to make it onto the shortlists
Once you have nominated your favourite blog don’t forget to share it so that others can nominate the interior blogs they love to read too.
Please note that this year the judging day will take place during the voting stage. The blogs with the most votes at the end of the voting stage will be awarded points along with those the judges select as their favourite blogs in each category, these points will then be combined to create an overall score. The top 5 scoring blogs from every category across each territory will form the 2018 shortlist, with the highest scoring blog in each crowned as the winner at the awards ceremony.