W

Win a “Love the House You’re In” collage of your house

retro renovation love the house you're in collageUpdate Tuesday morning: I’ve picked a winner, but I’ll leave Comments open in case more folks want to pipe in with ideas for me to work on… Thanks to everyone for all your suggestions, I’ll see what I can do! Stacy was the April winner of our monthly “Love the House You’re In” custom collage made by Mel Kolstad. Another beautiful collage, Mel. Woof! Meow! Readers — this month’s contest will end on Tuesday morning just as soon as I get to my computer, so click on through for this month’s question — and you could win a piece of artwork commemorating your own little castle. Jeez, I need to win my own contest and get one of my house!

To win our May contest:

Leave a Comment answering the question, “What else should Pam write about on the blog? Or, What would you like to read/see more of?” Please read all the rules here before entering, they all apply.

Meanwhile, Mel explains this month’s collage:

Look at Stacy’s beautiful house!  When I was re-creating it for her in the collage, I could almost hear the birds singing and those peaceful “woods sounds”.  Her house just feels like one of those homes that would be so comfortable and relaxing on a warm spring day, hanging out on the rooftop terrace.

Thank you, Mel. You can experience more of Mel’s world at her blog: Ephemeraology

  1. Annie B. says:

    Another incredible collage, Mel! I will always treasure the one you made for me last year.

    Would love help with outdoor mid-century styling; i.e., porches (screened and un-screened), decks, patios, and landscaping.

  2. Lauryn says:

    Oh my, I cannot believe how beautifully Mel captured that dog’s expression. I love seeing all of these gorgeous collages every month.

    Before I say what I would love to see more of, I have to say how much I have learned from all of the discussions and posts on your site, and how much I love this site, Pam. So incredibly helpful as I forge through a kitchen remodel. That said, I would love to see more information about the different styles of architecture, especially earlier mid-century (40s). The earlier model style homes — Arts & Crafts, Victorian — are easy to identify, but I still wonder what exactly my 1939 home is. There are quite a few very modest homes from the 40s and 50s in my town that I would love to know more about.

    But thank you for all the info you DO post, with such regularity and such dedication to historical accuracy.

  3. TappanTrailerTami says:

    My favorite items for the blog are:

    More upload posts – loved the one where readers could upload their coach, front doors, and always love the uploads of weekend “finds”.

    I also love the stories of readers’ renovations and renovation journeys.

    Last request:

    More posts on the 20’s, 30’s, and 40’s. The 20’s and 30’s aren’t exactly MCM, but the 40’s are, and I lean more toward 20’s to 50’s vs. 40’s thru 70’s. Thanks for all you do Pam!

  4. Jenny says:

    Built-ins! Built-ins! Built-ins!
    Built-in cabinets and bookshelves.

    Would love to read more about them, this site has given me so many great ideas and so much inspiration.

  5. Allison says:

    I currently don’t have a patio and want to put one in. I would love to read more about mid century patios and outdoor living in general.

Comments are closed.