colonial decorating | Colonial Design/Decor
My favorite dream house is in Lexington.. half log house/half clapboard/wood... I used to drive by when I went through Lexington to Nashville just to look at it! Walker Homestead, Prim Christmas, Dream Homes, Countri Christma, Countri Live, Christma Time, Country Christmas, Countri Remembr, Dream Houses
Another Saltbox: Sgt John Deming's house Wethersfield, Connecticut 1660
stone/brick colonial saltbox
.Lilac Lane Cottage: October 2010
red MA saltbox
The Martha Kimball Saltbox house
red country prim colonial house; the feeling of crisp fall air, hot tea in a pottery mug, wool sweaters, homespun fabric, braided rugs, candlelight, maple syrup, cinnamon, fire in the woodstove, quilts, birds at the feeder, and piano or celtic music - *home* Decor, Red Hous, Fenc, Saltbox Houses And Colonials, Dream Homes, Kitchen Doors, Coloni Hous, Maple Syrup, Country Homes
Saltbox - McKie Roth Design.
Colonial Williamsburg wanted to purchase the candles to take back to their own communities. In 1941, local department stores sold their entire stock of 600 electric candles by Christmas Eve. Today, the practice has spread all across America and is attributed to Colonial Williamsburg, even though the Foundation made it clear it was not a historically accurate holiday practice. Christma Thyme, Saltbox Hous, Window, Candl
love the candles in every window...