Win a set of vintage Paris coasters that Pam found at World of Tile

vintage coasters parisEntries now closed. And we have a confirmed winner: Congratulations, Steph, your number came up! Thanks, everyone, for playing! Katiedoodle and I are taking a little break for the rest of the week. We’re *working* — we’re just not filing blog posts. We’re getting out of our computer caves to prowl the *real* world for inspiration. So while we’re *away* — how about a giveaway? The first of the year. And it’s delicious: A set of New Old Stock, 1960s-era coasters of kitschy Paris scenes, poodles included, of course, from the retro-world famous World of Tile. Spotted and scarfed up by moi.

Kate and I even made a little video to show off the coasters, to tell a little more of the story, and in general, to be silly. Wanna win ’em? Read on for how to enter.

How to enter to win the New Old Stock Coasters that Pam bought up from World of Tile:

  • Add your comment below and I want to know: Why do YOU deserve these priceless vintage coasters from the world famous World of Tile? Asked another way: What have you done to please the Retro Decorating Gods lately? Or, just say something happy and nice, if this is all too mushy for you; party pooper.
  • All 50 states and Canada are “in”.
  • Terms of Use apply to all participation on the blog — please read ’em.
  • Contest ends Monday morning, Feb. 25, 2013, 10 am ish eastern.
  • I will choose a winner via the random.org random number generator… contact the winner… they have one week to respond and if I don’t hear from them, I will move on to the next person in line. Rinse. Repeat. Be sure to enter your email address correctly in the Comment form!
  • Pam will post the first name of the winner at the top of this post as soon as they confirm.

  1. Mary Elizabeth says:

    Well, looking over the comments, I think if you were going by merit and not by a random drawing, dumpster-diving Mollye would deserve the coasters. Heck, I’ve done some side-of-the-road vintage rescues (including getting a Chinese red broken upright piano into a truck with a friend), but hey, I’ve never pulled a blue toilet and sink out of a dumpster. You go, Mollye!

  2. michele says:

    oh Pam…oh please…the family with the pink bathroom next door would surely be happy for me! as mine is not,but I too would have something wonderful,way cool ! I would use as art on my kitchen wall and I would be grinning so much my face would hurt. Pick me! pick me!!

  3. K says:

    Let’s face it. I’m caught in a time warp. I’m an artist, a painter of oil paintings. My work is all about the 1940s- 1960’s. These coasters would find a loving home amongst my vintage Cocktail Ware.

  4. Sage m says:

    I deserve these lovely coasters because I live I’m a house with my husband and three sons, and I lacking pink and Paris in my my life.

    Also they will look perfect on our Heywood Wakefield table while playing euchre.

  5. Darlene Y says:

    Tres chic! Why do I deserve such adorable coasters. We’ve been using our paper coasters that we got whilst dining out months ago. Paper and liquid are sort of… Gross. And we’re getting ready to move out of a horrendous, abusive apartment (terrible neighbors) and into a non-abusive apartment next month. This would definitely help me shake off the dark cloud that’s been following me around… And, never been to Europe, but one of the places in the world I want to see someday is Paris. Thank you for this opportunity.

  6. Marcia Burgos-Stone says:

    I am de-colonialalizing a 1950 atomic ranch!!! I am trying to amass as much retro home furnishings as I can. And….these are just so me!!! I’m a very Audrey type of girl. :). I een have my moms false eyelashes from the 60’s!!!!

  7. Jo lester says:

    I released the Retro decorating Gods when I bought a Stonehill 1950’s mahagony and vinyl bedroom suit this weekend at a antique store will post a pic soon ! And I also love the coasters

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