Fab Freebie: Who’s The Joss?

***This giveaway is no longer accepting entries – see who won below!***

The lucky person this week, thanks to random.org, is… Lauren (who will be feeling really lucky when her house sells). Congrats!

Five hundred big ones is nothing to laugh at… especially when you’re spending it on items that are up to 70% off retail. And thanks to Joss & Main, one of you is gonna get quite the e-shopping spree this week – yeah, to the tune of $500! Joss & Main is a flash sale site stocked full of fresh discounts daily, all focused on home and decor but covering a wide range of styles. That way you’re more likely to stumble across the perfect piece at any moment – whether it’s furniture, rugs, accessories, or a certain white ceramic animal. Plus, anyone who signs up via this link can get $15 off orders over $50 until Aug 31st (not including shipping) with code YOUNGHOUSE.

  • PRIZE: A $500 e-spree at Joss & Main
  • TO ENTER: Comment on this post with the words “JOSS ME!” and…
  • BONUS QUESTION: … since “joss” means good luck, why not tell us your luckiest home or home improvement moment. Did you find the house of your dreams the day it went on the market? Did you inherit the perfect piece of furniture (or find it free on the side of the road). Or did you suddenly score your long-lusted-after item during an awesome sale?
  • GIVEAWAY CLOSES: Wednesday, July 27th at 8pm EST
  • PRIZE SHIPS: The lower 48 United States
  • USUAL STUFF: One entry per e-mail address is permitted. The winner will be selected using random.org and announced on Thursday as an update to this post. That’s right, come right back here on Thursday morning for the announcement of our winner. Good luck…

Note: We weren’t paid or perked for hosting this giveaway, we just take them on to thank you awesome folks for stopping in. See our Giveaway FAQs page for more info. Pics from Joss & Main.


  1. Meghan says

    Joss Me.

    My luckiest home improvement moment is having a landlord who is totally chill with us changing things and lending us his ladder.

    • Katie says

      JOSS ME! I got pretty lucky when I decided that I didn’t just want to do one wall in the kitchen with our custom ordered tile backsplash, but wanted to do two. My Hubby and I literally had only one tile left over and were able to wrap the backsplash all of the way around the kitchen. Yay for last minute design changes that can actually be accommodated!

    • Rebecca says

      My luckiest home improvement moment was finding an antique small dresser on the side of the road, waiting for the garbage men to come collect it. After asking the owners of the house and securing it in my trunk, I phoned my Grandfather – I had just moved into my first apartment, and he had been eager to help me get settled. My Grandfather taught me how to re-finish the beautiful piece of furniture, and not only did I end up with a beautiful new piece of furniture for my apartment, but I also got to spend some quality time with Grandfather, working on something together.

  2. Michelle says

    My luckiest house moment was selling my house this spring, in the worst market possible. In the spirit of keepin’ it real, I had to get away from my psycho neighbor. It was bad, yo. Now, I’ve been taking a pass on home improvement in my great little rental townhouse, but I’m not averse to random shopping for home furnishings.

  3. Kara! says

    joss me!
    we lucked out finding our dream home after many months of searching. a 100 year old craftsman bungalo in portland, oregon. found her the day she went on the market!

  4. Victoria DeVeaugh-Geiss says

    Joss Me!

    Out luckiest home improvement find was a bathroom vanity on sale for $30 at Home Depot! It looks great in the renovated bathroom and it was dirt cheap!

  5. Allison says

    JOSS ME!

    My luckiest home moment was actually when our offer wasn’t accepted for the first house that we bid on. It was a blessing in disguise because we are so much happier in the house that we ended up in!

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