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Considered Design Awards 2018: Win a $500 Gift Card from Schoolhouse

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Considered Design Awards 2018: Win a $500 Gift Card from Schoolhouse

June 5, 2018

This year, winners in each of our Considered Design Awards categories will receive a $500 gift card to shop at Portland, Oregon–based Schoolhouse. (Winning projects also will get full profiles on Gardenista, Remodelista, or The Organized Home, and professional winners get automatic entry into our Architect/Designer Directory.)

To enter, visit our Rules & FAQs, and browse all contest details on our 2018 Considered Design Awards site.

We shopped online, and here are a few things we’d buy with $500 from Schoolhouse.

Above: This Factory Modern No. 4 Outdoor Sconce is Schoolhouse’s version of the classic barn light, made of spun steel and painted by hand at the Schoolhouse factory in Portland. Available in black, white, and yellow, it’s $269.
Above: This Locking Mailbox is made of heavy-gauge, galvanized steel with a powder-coated finish in white, black, and green. It’s “nearly indestructible,” says the company, and comes with a limited lifetime warranty; $139.
Above: Made of hemp fibers by a fair-trade cooperative, a durable Herringbone Door Mat has an African-inspired pattern; $149.
Above: Made by hand by a family-owned factory in Germany, a German Boot Brush is a front porch staple made from oiled beechwood with horsehair bristles; $68.
Above: An Allegheny Indoor/Outdoor Sconce is vigorously tested to withstand wind and rain, and is available in black, white, and a 1970s-inspired butterscotch yellow; $179.
    Above: Designed by Schoolhouse and sewn in the Portland factory, this Plaid Picnic Blanket is an “ode to Pacific Northwest living,” made of wool and backed in black nylon; $179.

Visit the 2018 Gardenista Considered Design Awards to browse submissions and enter your own project in any of our six categories, including Best Amateur Garden or Best Outdoor Living Space. Submissions are due by midnight Pacific on Friday, June 22.

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