Pinterest Users Can Compete to Get a Room With Carson & Thom

The ‘Bravo Home Pintervention’ contest leads up to the series’ debut Oct. 19

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New original design series Get a Room With Carson & Thom debuts on Bravo Friday, Oct. 19 at 9 p.m. ET/PT, and Bravo Media teamed up with Pinterest on a contest that gives Pinners the chance to win a professionally designed living room or bedroom for their home.

Fans can enter here through Oct. 12 by writing up to 500 characters on why they deserve to win the “Bravo Home Pintervention.”

Entrants can choose one of six interior design styles— bohemian, shabby chic, glam, contemporary, minimalist and modern eclectic—and Pinterest will select six experts on its platform for those styles, with entrants invited to join Pinterest boards chosen by the expert for the style they chose.

Five finalists will be selected, and the winner will be revealed during the debut episode of Get a Room With Carson & Thom, after which the winner’s redesign will be inspired by the “Pinfluencer” who specializes in the décor style they chose.

Bravo and Pinterest are also teaming up to share Pincodes toward the end of each episode of the show, which will drive viewers to Bravo Home and Get a Room Pinterest boards for additional designs inspired by each week’s reveal.

Get a Room With Carson & Thom stars Carson Kressley and Thom Filicia, who team up each week to transform spaces for two clients, and Bravo said in a release, “With Carson’s fashion sense and bold personality and Thom’s designer acumen and friendliness, the formidable duo will create breathtaking and affordable redesigns for their lucky clients using expert skills mixed with their signature endearing charm fans fell in love with during Queer Eye for the Straight Guy. The show presents real design that is custom-built for each client and techniques and principles that can help anyone create a beautiful place to live.” David Cohen is editor of Adweek's Social Pro Daily.
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