dulux let’s colour awards 2014 – meet the judges and nominees
When you think Dulux you can’t help but think of colour. And over the years with their Let’s Colour projects they have really championed bringing colour into our everyday lives.
Now in its second year, the Dulux Let’s Colour Awards is the ultimate celebration of colour! There is no aspect of our lives where we are not influenced by colour, from the homes we live in to the clothes we wear to our techo gadgets, we’re surrounded by inventive, original and imaginative use of colour. Dulux with their heritage deeply rooted in colour decided it was time to recognise the talent which makes the world a brighter place.
A stellar line-up of judges were asked to create the awards shortlist and choose the winners. Reflecting the diversity of categories, their backgrounds span interiors, fashion, beauty, technology, design, retail and the arts and each is an expert in their field. The judges personally handpicked their shortlist for their category and we came together to debate and decide on the winners…
I was thrilled to be asked to be a judge. My category is Technology and Design. You can see my two nominations that made the shortlist.
And the nominees are
The winners of the Dulux Let’s Colour Awards 2014 will be announced at a colourful ceremony in March but, in the meantime, take a look through the nominations. Here is the list of all the categories:
Your chance to vote
We felt it was really important to let the public decide upon the colour moment of the year. Take a look at the judges’ nominations and make your vote count by liking your choice (clicking on the like button) and help choose the winner for the Colour Moment of the Year!
Meet the judges
Get to know the panel of experts who have the tough job of compiling the shortlist and the even harder job of selecting the winners.
I was definitely in very esteemed company with experts from the fields of beauty, technology, interiors, fashion, design and the arts.
Just scroll to the bottom of the Dulux Let’s Colour Awards page and click on the image of the judge you’d like to know more about.