Social media stars inspire homeowners to transform their home with VELUX

  • 9 May 2017

VELUX has teamed up with various social media influencers for a new campaign to help homeowners realise how VELUX could change their homes.

Katie Ellison of MummyDaddyMe (lifestyle and parenting blogger), Sarah Barnes of Taming Twins (cooking and baking blogger) and Hege Morris of Hege in France (interior design blogger) will share videos and posts about how daylight has helped transform their homes.

VELUX aims to inspire and educate homeowners about the potential of the space they live in and the practical things they can do to improve it.

Katie Ellison comments: “Having had a dream extension built last year, VELUX roof windows were such an integral part of that, and I of course was more than happy to chat about just how much they have helped transform the way we live as a family.”

Emmie MacMillan, marketing manager at VELUX said: “There will be a series of short films with our influencers sharing tips and guidance on how daylight can transform life at home. For some, this might be converting a loft to create a sanctuary to get away from it all, and for other it might be a new kitchen/diner extension where families can spend more time together.”

Contact:

Velux Co Ltd
Woodside Way
Glenrothes East
Fife
KY7 4ND

Phone: 01592 778927
Fax: 01592 771839

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