HSN Debuts Pinterest "Dream Room" Contest

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.-HSN will launch its "Pin to Win: Build Your Dream Room" contest on social-media site Pinterest on May 15.

According to an HSN statement, "Pinners" will be asked to submit their dream room pinboard by picking at least 10 items--five items from hsn.com and five from any other website--and tag boards from #HSN and #HouseBeautiful. The dream rooms will be judged by a panel that includes designer Vern Yip, House Beautiful Editor-in-Chief Newell Turner and HSN host Mario Smith. The winning rooms will be chosen based on creativity, detail and design continuity.

The grand prize winner will receive a $5,000 HSN gift card. The second-place winner will receive a $1,000 HSN gift card, and the third place winner will receive a $500 HSN gift card. In addition, the first 50 contestants to submit their pinboard URL will also receive a one-year subscription to House Beautiful.

The contest will run through May 29 via hsn.com/pinterest.

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