Win a 2019 Sourcebook: They Still Make - Old House Journal Magazine

Win a 2019 Sourcebook: They Still Make

In Honor of Historic Preservation Month, Old House Journal is giving you the chance to win a 2019 Sourcebook: They Still Make.
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They Still Make book from Old House Journal

Enter this giveaway to be one of ten lucky winners to receive Old House Journal's 2019 Sourcebook: They Still Make. This is your curated guide to period-inspired home design, showcasing hundreds of the best-quality and artisan products.

Here's a look inside at what THEY STILL MAKE!

• For renovation and inspired new construction

• Colonial, Victorian, Arts & Crafts, mid-century & more

• Kitchen & bath, furniture, tile, lighting & hardware, walls, textiles, construction products

• Hard-to-find products, usually direct from the makers

This giveaway is now closed. Winners will be announced no later than June 5, 2020.

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