Primitive Dining Room

Transform your dining room into a cozy and inviting space with these rustic and charming primitive dining room ideas. Explore unique decor and furniture options to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere for your family and guests.
Eye For Design: Decorating In The Primitive Colonial Style Primitive Colonial Decor, Primitive Dining Rooms, Primitive Homes, Primitive Decorating Country, Primitive Kitchen, Primitive Antiques, Primitive Country, Primitive Interior Design, Primitive Living Room Ideas

This post about elegant colonial interiors was like a trip down memory lane. In my early 20's I was in love with primitive colonial decor. My Bible was a magazine called Colonial Homes. In fact I bought a beautiful corner cupboard with the first pay check from my first job. I put it on lay away and paid the antique store monthly until I had it paid off. I was blessed to find an old two story colonial home to restore and fill with my obsession. I had some beautiful pieces, did the stenciling…

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Susan M. Hooper
Primitive Christmas Decorating Ideas, Colonial Primitive Decor, Primitive Country Christmas, Primitive Dining Rooms, Primitive Antiques, Primitive Decorating Country, Diy Christmas Candy, Christmas Stuff, Christmas Food

If you follow me on Facebook, read my blog, or have read some of the articles I have written for A Primitive Place & Country Journal magazine, you know about the yearly Christmas tradition of my grandma and me making bon bons. If you are not aware of that tradition, I will give y

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Edina Monsoon
Antique Kitchen Decor, Primitive Kitchen Decor, Primative Decor, Primitive Furniture, Primitive Decorating Country, Primitive Decor Ideas, Primitive Houses, Country Primitive, Primitive Bathrooms

We can't all live in an antique home, but we can make our new homes look antique without sacrificing our modern conveniences. Sometimes all it takes is adding a few architectural details. Here are some ideas I've used to "antique" my living spaces, ( I'm going for the 18th and early 19th century New England country home look). The photo above is courtesy of Early New England Homes, www.earlynewenglandhomes.com. 1. CHANGE OUT THE DOORS You can find old doors at salvage yards. They usually do

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Kathy Lane

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