I keep the blogging boat afloat with the google ads, the MidCentury Marketplace vendors, a little bit of ebay ca-ching, and Pamazon book favorites. Yes, I receive a small commission anytime you buy anything (retro or not) from Amazon after clicking in through any link on my Pamazon page. Hey, it all adds up to pay some of the bills. These books are all on my shelf, with the exception of Tiki Modern, and I am told that it’s a classic. My favorite recent finds were Where We Lived by Jack Larkin and America’s Kitchens by Nancy Carlisle. I started out a decorator, but the blog has also turned me into a home historian. I’ve found that no single era or development within it can be explained without understanding the tentacles that came before. Hey, I wonder how Adam and Eve did their kitchen…. Click here to check out my favorite books available from Pamazon. Thanks for your support.
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After 15 years — 3,000 stories! — this site has entered a new stage. Today, my focus is on tracking down the latest products for retro remodels. I’m also working to keep existing resource stories up to date so the site remains a solid reference. And, I want to continue to improve the site as an historical reference. To make more time for this research, comments are now closed. Meanwhile: Dive in, there’s lots to read!