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[Entries now closed] Win a “Love The House You’re In” custom collage … like Amy’s

Update, Monday, May 31: We have a winner — congratulations, Robin L.  — who has been notified and is whoopdedoo happy. 🙂 ENTRIES NOW CLOSED.  Watch for another contest – different question – same prize – a “Love The House You’re In” custom collage made by our collage artist laureate Mel Kolstad – in June.

Amy was the first winner of a “Love The House You’re In” custom collage made by our collage artist laureate Mel.  That’s Amy’s wonderful house… and Amy’s husband’s vintage truck… all interpreted by Mel. This is such a fun contest — let’s do it again. To enter this month:

  1. Leave a comment on this post answering the question: What year was your house was built? If you like, I’d love to hear about what era/style you are decorating it in… but this is not required.
  2. And, subscribe to my newsletter. Yes, this helps me build my newsletter list… I send ’em out max twice per week.

Please read all the rules here before entering. I’ll pick a reader next Monday morning.

  1. kimberj says:

    Our house was built in 1951 and is a red brick ranch. We’ve decorated the entire inside in mid cent modern on our shoestring budget. We LOVE IT!!!

  2. Cynthia says:

    What a lovely idea!

    My husband and I just purchased our first home (a wideline high ranch) and this would be perfect to display in our living room! This would be a gift to my Husband for his Birthday as well <3

  3. james says:

    1948. A cottage influenced by some “Cliff May” ideas, though I don’t think an actual design from his company. We’re repairing it, mostly, at this stage. And we’re demolishing some poorly built or utterly worn-out later additions and changes. The interior will have 1930s and 1940s items in it–what might have been originally installed and what might have been brought in on moving day. 🙂

  4. Jean says:

    Our Cape Cod was built in 1955. It still has the original Youngstown Kitchen cabinets, which we love.

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