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A Primitive Place ~ Primitive & Colonial Inpired Living Rooms

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Primitive Livingroom, I have the same dough boy but mine is wood. I wanted to paint it this color when I saw the fabulous picture!!

The hearth was not only used for warmth, but also cooking. This was done by the women and the fireplace was well furnished with pots and kettles for cooking. The brass or copper kettles often held 15 gallons; iron pots weighed 40 pounds. Since there were no matches in colonial days, a flint and steel was used. Fires were not allowed to go out since it was so difficult to restart them.

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A Primitive Place ~ Primitive & Colonial Inspired Bedrooms

Back in the 1500's, there was nothing to stop things from falling into the house.This posed a real problem in the bedroom where bugs and other droppings could mess up your nice clean bed. Hence, a bed with big posts and a sheet hung over the top afforded some protection. That's how canopy beds came into existence.

A Primitive Place ~ Primitive & Colonial Inspired Bathrooms

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Top Kitchen Collectibles 1.  Wooden Bowls 2.  Crocks/Jugs 3.  Dough board 4.  Cutting boards 5.  Wooden boxes 6.  Wooden utinsels 7.  Rolling pins 8.  Yellow ware bowls 9.  Vintage textiles 10. Baskets 11. Advertising crocks

primitive home decor | Welcome to our colonial and primitive inspired Christmas home!