The retro decorating gods -- and I -- thank you. Photo by Erica Berger, thanks, E.

Wednesday night update:
Retro Renovation was one of 6 finalists in Apartment Therapy’s contest to choose the favorite home-design blog of 2009. Voting is now closed, and it looks like Remodelista is the winner, followed by Young House Love, and Decor8. Retro Renovation finished 4th — a fantastic outcome, in my mind, considering the nature of the blog, which is outside the mainstream, mass-market. I’ll do a follow up post after AT makes it all final, which they say is tomorrow night. So look for my official thank-you Friday morning. Meanwhile, my very sincere thanks to everyone who #1, voted us into the finals, and #2 then helped us make this great showing for mid-century *modern* and *modest* alike. xoxo pam
the homies

  1. Tera says:

    You soooooooooooooooo have my vote. Maybe it’s because I have a house built in 1949 and your blog resonates so well with me that I had no idea there were these other blogs out there. I only click in to retrorenovation!

  2. Janice says:

    My only regret is that I can only vote once for Retro Renovation! I tried to re-log in with the intention of voting every day – heck every hour! – but it’s a one time deal. I love every thing about this site! Best of luck Pam!

  3. Cindy says:

    Awesome, Pam! Congratulations on #4…but you’ll always be #1 to us!
    Let me know when you want to go to Osgoods………. I’m always up for looking at fabric.

  4. pam kueber says:

    Thank you, Cindy and Gretchen! I will do a formal note when results are final (late tomorrow, AT says). You know I am so grateful. But I’m also happy to say — back to regular blogging!

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