Win a Two Year-Long Print Subscription to Old House Journal

In Honor of Historic Preservation Month, Old House Journal is give you the chance to win a two year long print subscription!

Do you need a place to turn to for help on restoration, repair, updates, or home decoration? Now is your chance to be one of ten lucky winners for a two year print subscription to Old House Journal.

Old House Journal covers the big renovation projects and finer details, too, from finishes to furnishings. Find how-to stories, design ideas, and hard-to-find products. Stories cover every style from the earliest Colonial homes and gingerbread Victorians to Arts & Crafts bungalows and mid-century ranches.

In Every Issue:

  • The original restoration magazine, founded 1973
  • Repair, renovation, restoration tips
  • Every age and style of house
  • Archival illustrations & drawings
  • Old house-specific techniques
  • Plus: House tours to inspire you!

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Thank you to our Historic Preservation Month sponsors:

2020 preservation month sponsors

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