Down to 4 finalists in the Home and Garden Design Challenge

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YAKIMA, Wash. -- We're down to four finalists in the 2013 Home and Garden Design Challenge. Eight contestants competed live on KIMA Action News Wednesday morning.

Contestants rushed to gather supplies to design -- well, whatever they wanted.

After 30 minutes, the contestants had to stop working and let the judges pick the winners.

"This will give us an idea of if they can be creative," said one judge.

"Design has always been something that continues to be popular and something that interests people," said Design Organizer Carly Faul. "So, we figured this would be a new element we could bring to the show this year."

Faul said this phase is only the beginning. At the Home and Garden show in March, the finalists will design an entire room.

So who moves on to that final challenge? Nadine Beresford, Janet Buege, Mallory Huibregtse and Kelsey Sybouts were the winners of this phase.

The finalists will design entire rooms at the Home and Garden Show March 8. The audience will vote for thier favorite on Saturday and Sunday. The room with the most votes will win the grand prize or $1,000 and more.