Early American Homes

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Early American Homes blog

Along a 339-year-old mile-long street in New England's aptly named Pioneer Valley, the homes of historic Deerfield, Massachusetts, tell the story of early American village life -- ghosts and all.

There is simply nothing like an early American home!

Early American Home

Early American Bedding/Textiles - Primitive Style Rugs~Early American Reproductions

Donald Lococo Architects | Classic | Early American Colonial Home

Connor Homes - reproduction early American homes, beautiful millwork

EARLY AMERICAN HOMES PLEASURES OF CHRISTMAS PRIMITIVES ~ Cute gingerbread Christmas tree and country kitchen design for the holiday season.

Early American Bedding/Textiles - Primitive Style Rugs~Early American Reproductions

These early American homes for sale harken back to simpler times.

Early American Home - Gallery ~ Bedroom decorating, county and Armerican colonial design.- ~♥~.

Zenith Early American 22 in. Surface-Mount Medicine Cabinet in White-MC10WW at The Home Depot

Early American Homes : Architectural Digest

Early American Homes were made out of wood and it was really hard because they didn't have machines to make it easier

A beehive is a receptacle used as a home for bees. Most beehives are built by bees, but some are manmade. Honey bees weren't native to North America, and were brought over by the English colonists in the early 17th century.

Typical early American stencil designs, from Colonial Homes Connection.

Early American entrance...

Two hundred years ago, stenciling was an affordable alternative to expensive imported wallpaper for early Americans who wanted to add beauty to their homes. | NJ.com

Early American Tin Lighting - Home Page

EAFC Blog: Early American Homes Magazine 2000

Home & Interior Design: Style Guide: Early American, Primitive

I love the look of American colonial stone houses. They are so historical looking in a cozy early American way and will forever remind me of the Northeast.

Here is a great example of what American Colonial homes looked like. "the Early American style is more casual and rustic. It was certainly considered to be much more comfortable. For the Early American room, most early 20th C. designers favored painted walls and woodwork. Early American furniture tended to be a little heavier. Antiques were more likely farm furnishings"