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Woodbridge blogger, Cassie Fairy, wins national interior blog award

PUBLISHED: 16:00 10 March 2017 | UPDATED: 16:00 10 March 2017

Cassie Fairy wins Best Homes and Interiors Blogger Award.

Cassie Fairy wins Best Homes and Interiors Blogger Award.

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Cassie Fairy from Woodbridge, has been named the nation’s favourite interiors blog.

The lifestyle blogger scooped the ‘Best Homes and Interiors Blogger Award’ 2017.

The accolade was awarded by TileTrader.co.uk, a specialist online retailer providing exclusive wall and floor tiles, to celebrate the UK’s homes and interiors blogging talent.

The campaign called on the public of Suffolk to vote for their favourite blogger from a shortlist compiled by Tile Trader based on a range of criteria, including the blog’s style, personality and quality of content.

Cassie Fairy said: “I’m still grinning from ear-to-ear after finding out that my thrifty blog has won the Best Homes and Interiors Blogger Award 2017.

“I really enjoy sharing interior DIYs and upcycling projects to help readers get the look for less, and recycling things that would otherwise end up in landfill is always a bonus!”

As part of the prize, Tile Trader will make a £200 donation to the worthy homelessness charity The Bus Shelter Ipswich in Cassie Fairy’s name, to help make a difference to the homeless across the areas of Ipswich and Suffolk.

Cassie said: “I’d like to say a massive thank you to everyone who took the time to vote for me.

“I’m thrilled that the prize will be a donation to The Bus Shelter Ipswich, a homelessness charity supporting the homeless by providing shelter through a converted double-decker bus, as it means so much to me to be able to help rough sleepers across Suffolk.”

In addition to being crowned the UK’s best homes and interiors blogger, Cassie Fairy will also receive a commemorative plaque, as well as a corresponding winner’s graphic to proudly display on her blog.

Peter Swain from Tile Trader said: “We established the Award to give something back to influential bloggers in our industry and we were blown away by the support for each of the entrants Cassie Fairy is a worthy winner and a highly talented interiors writer.

“Not only has the competition helped to shine a spotlight on the creative talent within the UK’s blogging sector, it also allowed us to support a worthwhile cause, The Bus Shelter Ipswich, making a real difference to the lives of the homeless across Ipswich and Suffolk.”

Visit Cassie’s award winning blog at: www.cassiefairy.com.

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