Instagrammable Spots of Full House Lottery Dream Homes (2019)

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Mike and I love to discuss what we’d do if we won the lottery. I’m the kind of person who says I would put the majority of the money into savings or investments (I’m “booooring” lol, but then I’d spend the rest on travel lol). If we won a home lottery, we think we’d likely throw a big party in the house but then sell it because with our two dogs and two cats (and let’s face it, we probably won’t stop at 4 pets), we know we can’t have nice things like a dream home, lol. 

I’m always dreaming about a dream home though, and each year I love visiting the Full House Lottery dream homes for inspiration!

One of my favourite parts of touring the homes—other than admiring the design and decor inspo—is overhearing what other visitors would do if they won the home. Everyone does it, you can’t help it! 
“The dogs would definitely get into that water feature. I’d love to wake up to this view. This area would be great as my office. That spot is sooo Instagrammable.”
In fact, there are a lot of Instagrammable spots at the 2019 Full House Lottery dream homes!
This year, I’ve partnered with Full House to help promote the lottery, its $5.7 million prize pool, and its amazing, important cause. Note: this blog post is sponsored.
 
Below, I’ve shared just a few of my favourite photo op spots in this year’s dream homes, along with more details about the prize pool and cause.
 

8 INSTAGRAMMABLE SPOTS OF THE 2019 FULL HOUSE LOTTERY DREAM HOMES

 
 
There are two Instagrammable spots with these stairs: from the main floor looking up and from the second floor looking down!  
 

Walking down the gorgeous stairs of the Grand Prize 1 Dream Home built by Parkwood Master Builder.

Looking down the stairs from the second floor of Grand Prize 1 Dream Home built by Parkwood Master Builder.

2. The open-concept second floor hallway of the $2.4 Million Grand Prize 1 Dream Home (by Parkwood Master Builder)

This view showcases the funky hanging lights as well as a bit of the gorgeous stairs too. 

The gorgeous second floor hallway of the Grand Prize 1 Dream Home built by Parkwood Master Builder.

3. The colourful Instagrammable Wall in the basement of $1.6 Million Grand Prize 2 Option 2 Dream Home (built by Averton Homes)

Love the colourful Instagrammable Wall in the basement of Grand Prize 2 Option 2 Dream Home (built by Averton).

4. The gorgeous living room with a wooden Instagrammable Wall / art piece, in the $1.6 Million Grand Prize 2 Option 1 Dream Home (built by Kondro Homes)

The gorgeous living room in Grand Prize 2 Option 1 Dream Home (built by Kondro Homes).

5. Overlooking the wooden Instagrammable Wall / art piece from the second floor, in the $1.6 Million Grand Prize 2 Option 1 Dream Home (built by Kondro Homes)

Overlooking the Instagrammable wooden wall/art piece in Grand Prize 2 Option 1 Dream Home (built by Kondro Homes).

6. The Instagrammable sitting room in the $1.6 Million Grand Prize 2 Option 2 Dream Home (built by Averton)

The Instagrammable sitting room in Grand Prize 2 Option 2 Dream Home (built by Averton).

7. The serene sun room in the $2.4 Million Grand Prize 1 Dream Home (by Parkwood Master Builder)

The serene sun room in the $2.4 Million Grand Prize Dream Home by Parkwood Master Builder.

8. The beautiful outdoor view from the second floor of $1.6 Million Grand Prize 2 Option 1 Dream Home (built by Kondro Homes)

The gorgeous view from the second floor of Grand Prize 2 Option 1 Dream Home (by Kondro Homes).

 
This year’s Grand Prize 1 Dream Home from Parkwood Master Builder is worth over $2.4 Million and features a 2-storey sunroom. Grand Prize 2 is Winner’s Choice of two $1.6 Million Dream Homes: Option 1 from Kondro Homes includes a sports simulator in the basement and Option 2 from Averton Homes features a stunning master retreat with breathtaking views of the Creekwood Collections at Chappelle neighbourhood.
 
The dream homes are up for grabs as part of the lottery’s $5.7 million prize pool, which also includes vehicles, vacations, and more!

Don’t miss Full House Lottery’s Final Deadline June 6!

Head to the Full House Lottery website to browse their $5.7 million prize pool and buy a ticket. Not only do you get a chance at taking home a prize, but your lottery ticket truly makes a difference in the lives of Albertans!

Did you know: over the past 26 years, Full House Lottery has raised over $82 million for the Royal Alexandra Hospital Foundation and the University Hospital Foundation?
 
The 2019 Full House Lottery Prize Dream Homes are located at 6018 Crawford Drive SW, in Edmonton, Alberta, and are open to the public 7-days a week: Monday-Friday: 1-8 p.m. and weekends: 10 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. until its Final Ticket Deadline of June 6, 2019.
 
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Disclaimer: This post is sponsored and was created in partnership with Full House Lottery to promote its dream homes and campaign. This does not affect the opinions stated in this post. I love Instagrammable homes and design/decor inspo, plus supporting a great cause (Royal Alexandra Hospital Foundation and University of Alberta Hospital Foundation)!

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