O

Open thread: What would you like to see at Retro Renovation this year?

Do you have ideas… questions… suggestions… wants… and needs… that you’d like me to research and write about  this year?

Add your Comment — and I’ll work on it.

  1. pam kueber says:

    Gosh, Lizvocal, no, I don’t know of any specific sites. And I don’t know of any agents in your area who specialize in midcentury homes, although I know of some on some other cities… it’s growing. I guess I’d suggest really doing your research into real estate agents locally who CARE about vintage homes and spotlighting their special characteristics… they ARE out there. Good luck!

  2. katie says:

    Unsure if this thread is still active–but I will post my hopes for helping to “unify mid century decor confusion.” I have recently acquired a post war, two-story home. I am only the second owner. The front entry and living room are squarely art deco (heavily sculpted walls, Moorish influences, etc.) The kitchen was redone in 1965 (veneer cabinets, dropped ceiling). The basement in the mid 1950’s (knotty pine, shuffle board under the sculpted, tri-color carpet). Most days I can take the whiplash–but I’m really at a loss as to how to unify? Do I even try? (p.s. I removed the 1980s beige vertical blinds and consider that a major victory!) I can’t be the only one so well represented in 20th century decor in 1300 square feet….

Leave a Reply

Commenting: Information

All comments are moderated, generally within 24 hours. By using this website you are agreeing to the site's >> Terms of Service, << which include commenting policies, and our >> Privacy Notice. << Before participating, read them in full.

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.