Win this scarf from Cullen Meyer’s new neckwear line

Win-this-scarf-from-Cullen-MeyerEntries now closed. Congrats to winner Brenda, chosen by the magical wheel of the random number generator. Thanks, everyone, for playing! The most gratifying part of the blog, for me, has been meeting so many new people. This year, I met Cullen Meyer. We gaped in awe of his Brooklyn apartment, 40 photos … we helped him get featured in the New York Times… and I also made a little music video. Cullen is super talented — I predict, big design star — he’s just 27 years old so has lead time to work it. And “working it”, he is. A month ago, he launched his own line of scarves. Now, these are sorta Brooklyn Steampunk (I have inferred from other media that everyone in Williamsburg Brooklyn is now walking around dressed as if they were in the cast of Boardwalk Empire [which Cullen also was -- in the cast -- a cameo -- on Boardwalk Empire, I'm not kidding!]), rather than midcentury modern, but heck, it’s all “in the family” and it’s all good. As part of his launch, I asked Cullen if he wanted to do a giveaway and heck to the yeah for sure. So, this week — final giveaway of the year — enter to win this Milwaukee Road “Rail Head” scarf — my personal favorite.

Read on for the rules and to enter –>

How to enter to win the Cullen Meyer Milwaukee Road scarf:

  • Add your comment below and I want to know: Which story on Retro Renovation this year was your favorite. Or maybe you have a few. Or maybe you just have a general comment about what inspired you most. I don’t want to make it too hard.
  • All 50 states and Canada are “in”.
  • Terms of Use apply to all participation on the blog — please read ‘em.
  • Contest ends Monday morning, December 17, 10 am ish eastern. Again: Winner gets the “Rail Head” scarf.
  • One entry per person.
  • I will choose a winner via the random.org random number generator… contact the winner… they have one week to respond and if I don’t hear from them, I will move on to the next person in line. Rinse. Repeat. Be sure to enter your email address correctly in the Comment form!
  • Pam will post the first name of the winner at the top of this post as soon as they confirm.

Thank you, Cullen, for this terrific giveaway, and congratulations on your new venture!

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Comments

  1. says

    I learn so much from RR, whether it’s kitchen sink or counter styles, the importance of preserving time capsule houses or keeping an eye on cool kitsch. Thanks for all you do!

  2. donna kenny says

    My favorite stories are the interesting facts you tell about rare and obsolete brands. I have had antique shops for forty years and have probably learned more interesting facts in the last year on your site than in my forty years selling. LOVE LOVE LOVE IT!

  3. Jeri Solferino says

    Growing up in So. Cal in the fabulous mid fifties was living the dream. Like others ahead of me here, I too have owned & operated my own Vintage Clothing & Paraphernalia shop, because the love of the era, style & SWANK always continues to make me tingle with dee~light. Oh yes, I enjoy all aspects of Pam’s Retro Renovation, peeking into Time Capsules, What to Collect, etc Your article, your story, your home is Shamdangling young sir!!

  4. says

    I loved all the kitchen remodels. There were 2 or 3 that really stuck out to me… the long rectangular kitchen with the well-lit sitting area at the end that had neat wallpaper with red accents. And the kitchen that had white subway tile with black grout for the backsplash, as I’ve been thinking about doing that for my kitchen. There are so many beautiful pieces of furniture in the articles too. Great job this year!