Our Keeping Room. Anne Nichols - Annetiques

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Sitting room

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Love the window treatment and little tables. Great shelf - interesting & not boring.

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Renee's~

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New rug.....I'm in love.

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"Harvest House Designs" owner: JoAnn Birchfield-Powell

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Primitive decor..

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Beautiful primitive table

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Tracie's beautiful primitive home~ (720×960)

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Love this simple dining room.

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Early New England - Suzanne Charland

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New Picture's 2014~~theprimitivestitcher www.picturetrail.com/theprimitivestitcher

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Like the mustard color in this room. . . . I love the stairs that went up like this one, though this is a modern version . .

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Primitive barrels , tin light, tobacco leaves

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I am excited to announce the upcoming release of ~American Country Magazine~ "Release Date February 2017!" We have been working on creating this publication with the homeowner in mind. Inspiration for Early Country Primitive & Colonial decor is our main focus. Every issue of American Country, will be filled with inspiration for the homeowner in decorating, collecting, gardening and knowledge of antiques. Readers are welcomed into three carefully chosen Country, Primitive, Early American or C...

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staircase

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Primitive room

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primitive country ****

Fall Country Sampler

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Early New England - Suzanne Charland http://www.picturetrail.com/earlynewengland http://aprimitiveplace.homestead.com/Early-New-England.html

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Early New England Homes are fashioned after authentic 18th Century homes ... oldhouseonline.com ...curtain idea

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