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The big keeping room was added to the house in the mid-1700s. Antique furnishings include an early 19th-century tall-case clock of butternut, made in Massachusetts, and a Dan Patch wagon serving as a coffee table.

18th-Century Cape in Massachusetts

The big keeping room was added to the house in the Antique furnishings include an early tall-case clock of butternut, made in Massachusetts, and a Dan Patch wagon serving as a coffee table.

This inviting hearth at Craft House is decorated in the traditional Williamsburg manner. The colorful mantel arrangement of lady apples, arborvitae, English ivy, variegated holly foliage, and sprigs of bright holly berries; thick pine roping punctuated with variegated holly and large sprays of red nandina berries at the corners; and coordinated plaques of lady apples and greens hanging from the sconces

This inviting hearth at Craft House is decorated in the traditional Williamsburg manner.

from kitchen to the outdoor area

My dream house fantasy usually includes the Father of the Bride house (colonial style rocks my.

Another feather tree, and a swag of silver tinsel, decorate the fireplace wall in the dining room.~♥~

Understated Holiday Decorating for an Early Home

Another feather tree, and a swag of silver tinsel, decorate the fireplace wall in the dining room. "Decorating a pre-Revolutionary house for Christmas is a lesson in restraint.

Hall Christy House, 5 Meeting House Road, Pawling NY, Peter John Hall, Dutch house

Be the Third Owner Ever of This 18th Century Dutch House in the Hudson Valley

Family room , a great space to experiment with colonial pieces at Seneca manor

A collection of early American furniture adds to the ambience of what was once the all-purpose main room. Notice the large cooking fireplace and the original, wide-board floors.

Simple and Elegant Dining Room...love!

From Midwest Living -- Blending period details with modern comforts, a new Colonial-style home conjures the charm of Christmas past to give one Chicago-area family a memorable season.

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Out of the New, Into the Old

Cracked plaster, peeling paint, and leaking pipes galore couldn't stop one family from swapping their convenience-filled suburban home for a colonial-era farmstead with room to roam

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