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Colonial kitchen

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Good PA Softwood Green Painted Bucket Bench, two mortise and tenon shelves, curve shaped top and v-cut out feet, Ex. James Glazer collection, 36"h. x 39-¼"w. x 12"d., (use and surface wear, checked wood).

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Build a heritage spoon rack

Build a heritage spoon rack – Canadian Home Workshop

Brown Bread ~ "Chewy and dark, this bread gets its acidic tang from buttermilk and molasses. A coffee can molds the loaf into its signature cylinder shape." from

Brown Bread | SAVEUR

nice larder

Room in the pantry for a window/skylight and storing bulky kitchen goodies.

love the old crocks and buckets, oh and of course the shelves

add a lip or low brace bar to each shelf preventing jar slips & breakage, make pantry wider for wheelchair accessibility

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Old fashioned larder shelves

My kitchen hutch Christmas 2013

c1780 american country kitchen pine dry sink ...~♥~

18th-century American Women: Many colonial women served their food in pewter vessels & used pewter utensils

Home of TC and Kim Waln, featured in A Simple Life Magazine Special Issue 2012 ...~♥~

Three Old Fashioned Milk Paint finishes in this kitchen! Perimeter cabinetry is Barn Red over Pitch Black, island is Pitch Black and hutch is Buttermilk over Barn Red. (gallery album 12)

Early American Walk-in Fireplace in Newtown, Pennsylvania. Photo by PAI Architects.

Want to decorate the interior of Marshal Hooker's Cabin something like this...

KITCHENS - Early American Primitive look to a new home. Flea market finds, weathered pieces, yellow ware baskets, pierced tin light fixture, exposed beam ceiling, farm table with baking supplies for apple crisp or pie, antiques, nostalgic [LJW1_2713-003]

Early American Low-wing Chair - An amazing early American side chair which was made to bring from the porch to the kitchen. United States, circa 1840 - Galerie Half, Los Angeles, CA

Early American Low-wing Chair , C. 1840 |

Early American kitchen utensils

Primitive Colonial

early american life magazine | insite home... / from early american life magazine ~ love the pewter ...

Connor Homes - reproduction early American homes, beautiful millwork

Another shot from the hewn log home in Kentucky. Look for this in Tim Tanner's next Early American Country Homes book.