Walker Homestead c. 1698 in Brookfield, MA is open to the public as an antique store. Periodically, they have primitive event antique shows with multiple vendors and colonial crafters. If you love antiques & primitives, beautiful primitive gardens, food and music in the fields of this colonial homestead in New England; follow them on Facebook to get announcements!
Samplers and Santas -front door decor. Perfection!
Early blue dry sink....
~American Country Magazine~ Release Date February 2017
Walker Homestead (Kris Casucci) http://www.walkerhomestead.com/ https://www.facebook.com/WALKER-HOMESTEAD-85600164899 https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheWalkerHomestead
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A fireplace,decorated with early iron utensils and antique lighting.
remodeled farmhouse kitchen fireplace
Another lovely and functional kitchen fireplace in a modern kitchen. I would love to bake bread and pies in the little side slots and cook soup over the fire. Great for keeping a cob house warm in the winter. | Photo: John Gruen
FARMHOUSE – vintage early american farmhouse in historic new england.
A soapstone sink and chestnut countertops give a traditional feeling to the working kitchen. The refrigerator is hidden in the Shaker “cupboard.”
Saltbox. Clemence-Irons House, built in 1691 by Richard Clemence
Stone Houses: Traditional Homes of Pennsylvania's Bucks County and Brandywine Valley
FARMHOUSE – INTERIOR – vintage early american farmhouse showcases raised panel walls, barn wood floor, exposed beamed ceiling, and a simple style for moulding and trim, like in this farmhouse.