Dalani Home & Living is the UK's leading shopping club. They have new sales everyday with great prices like 70% off the manufacturers recommended retail price. All products are carefully curated by their style team and buyers who strive to source the best homeware brands for members. Membership to Dalani is free, and members receive a daily newsletter telling them what brands are on sale each day.
Dalani have given me the chance to offer you readers a Competition to win an exclusive £50 voucher. To take part, simply sign up to Dalani for free and answer the following question below. Using my exclusive invite link anyone who signs up can claim a free £15 voucher.
What is the name of the brand in the sale at the top of the Dalani homepage?
You have until 9am on the 2nd April 2012 to email me at with your answer. Once the closing date has been reached and all entries received, I will select a winner at random from the correct entries.
And if that wasn't enough they are offering another competition, giving two lucky readers the chance to win a £250 voucher . To be in with a chance of winning this competition you simply need to visit the Dalani website and select a number of items of your choice up to the value of £250 that you would like to use to revamp a room in your house. Once you have selected your items, you then simply need to comment on this post with what the items are and why you have chosen them.
Dalani will select 2 winners from all the comments received across the 36 participating blogs taking part in these competitions and they will win a £250 voucher. The end date for this competition is also at 9am on the 2nd April 2012.
If I was given £250 I would be looking at the Laura Ashley kids stuff seeing as I have a nursery to decorate, especially the bedspreads and quilts. The ASA collection would just look fantastic in my kitchen and those salad bowls and jars which have space to add a memo are just so quirky and would be great for someone with a terrible baby brain like me. Then I think I would go crazy with the Rivadossi cutlery sets for children, they look like they would survive little toddler hands.