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SEE US NOVEMBER 2nd

Gift and Hobby Show holiday show

SEE US NOVEMBER 2nd

Our calendar is marked, our lists are made and we'll be stocked with all sorts of 
fun decor, for you to shop. 
We'll be in booth #49 and hope to see you there! 

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Harvest Time

autumn fall harvest pumpkins

Harvest Time

Autumn is moving in, quickly, to visit with all of us, across this nation of ours.

The celebration of the Fall season is needed this year, as it is every year, bringing to mind what we have to be thankful for.

Here in Indiana, we see our farmers beginning the harvesting process, and in my case….it makes me realize how much I love the midwest at this time of year.

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What is Primitive Country?

country primitives

What is Primitive Country?

Primitive Country decorating is just about whatever you desire to display, that is simple, rustic, worn and aged.

It’s about the items that have been used until they are nearly worn out, but the homemaker held on to them, as it wasn’t easy to buy a replacement.

Paint finishes are worn and muted with a stain finish. The home usually has simple antiques that are primitive in nature. Lighting has a simple, unique design, and often is made of tin or iron. Fabrics are woven or quilted, and blend well with the antiques in the room.

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What is Civil War decorating?

civil war decor

What is Civil War decorating?

Civil War decor, brings to mind the 1860’s, and the war that was soon to be fought.

The Civil War families on both sides of the divide, had their own struggles.

Kerosene lights, quilts, canteens, handmade ‘make do’s, tin plates and cups, all bring to mind the more primitive side of the Civil War era.

Our Civil War customers enjoy creating an ambience of that time period. Log cabins, simple four square homes, as well as the magnificent southern plantations, come to mind.

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What is Early American decor?

colonial early american

What is Early American decor?

Early American or Colonial furniture and decor, was more 'useful' than just visually appealing. It may have crossed the ocean with the family sailing to the 'new world'. Or they may have had a cabinetmaker build what they needed after their arrival. Furniture would have been sparse. They would not have had much decor (ie: clutter in today's world). And the decor, would have needed to be useful as well. 

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