Monday, November 7, 2011

Jackdaddy is on his way home from Japan! so Finny and I have a busy day of your basic "welcome home" stuff to do.

However, I wouldn't want to leave you empty handed on this fine (hot and muggy, ugh) November morning so I give you this exciting little email I received late last night:


Your entry has been selected for Apartment Therapy's Room for Color Contest.

You can view it here (the URL is

Readers have the opportunity to choose your entry as a "favorite" through noon (EST) on November 21, 2011. The top rooms (receiving the highest number of "favorites") in each of the National divisions (North, South, East, West) will become our Regional finalist winners and will move on to the next round of voting to determine the Grand Prize winner.

The top room (receiving the highest number of "favorites") in the International division as of November 21, 2011 will be our International winner.

Feel free to let the world know about your entry through email, Facebook and Twitter. Ask your friends, family and coworkers to help out by "favoriting" your entry, sharing it on Facebook and tweeting it to their followers to help your beautiful, colorful room make it to the final round.

Thanks for entering and good luck!
Apartment Therapy  

The party is on!!!!
If you'd like to go on over to now, then you can find the Room for Color contest HERE.
My house in the Latest Entries section today, but after that it will be in the South division.
We'll talk (a LOT) more tomorrow about all this, but for today pleeeeeeeeeease go vote and ask all your friends and family too also!  I'm not opposed to you stopping strangers on the street either, but that's up to you.

Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee, y'all!


  1. Congrats!! Your home looks so pretty on AT. I love it!! I will definitely vote for it.

  2. Will definitely vote for you.

    Good luck!

  3. I voted last night. I hope you win!!!
    How could you not, though?


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