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Colonial fireplace with cooking tools

what if you could make one ugly large no-mantle fireplaces into a primitive fireplace? Add mantle, paint color, cupboards, beams, etc.

Colonial fireplace with cooking tools

Colonial fireplace with cooking tools

One I hope to have an old farm house with a fireplace in the kitchen to cook in!

colonial cooking utensils | Utensils made of copper, brass, tin, and iron hang from the lintel of ...

Hearth in Kitchen But when a Realtor friend persuaded her and her husband, Steven, to look at a former tollhouse on Connecticut's Litchfield Turnpike dating to 1777, Leslie finally found the excuse to indulge her true passion. "As soon as we walked into the kitchen and I saw those cabinets painted my favorite dark red, it was all over. My husband said, 'Wow, I think we've just bought a house.'"

Colonial fireplace with cooking tools

FARMHOUSE – INTERIOR – note how the doors, windows, and trim were painted in the colonial era, while the walls remained in a plaster color. It seems reverse in modern times.

I must have a fireplace like this with a brick oven to the side!

FARMHOUSE – INTERIOR – note how the doors, windows, and trim were painted in the colonial era, while the walls remained in a plaster color. It seems reverse in modern times. rejuvenation colonial revival: a lovely example of the style.