From Early American Country Interiors by Tim Tanner

From Early American Country Interiors by Tim Tanner

FARMHOUSE – INTERIOR – early american decor inside this vintage farmhouse seems perfect like quintessential soap.

FARMHOUSE – INTERIOR – early american decor inside this vintage farmhouse seems perfect like quintessential soap.

Classic Early American Home Accessories                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Classic Early American Home Accessories More

early american dedor | early american style kitchen.....so cozy! | Primitives

early american dedor | early american style kitchen.....so cozy! | Primitives

decorology: Early American Colonial interiors that we could still live in today

decorology: Early American Colonial interiors that we could still live in today

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 book by gil schafer, the great american house.

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 book by gil schafer, the great american house.

An array of fabrics and wallpaper suitable for American Colonial period interiors.

An array of fabrics and wallpaper suitable for American Colonial period interiors.

Early American Colonial Interiors | PRIMITIVE Colonial Decor

Early American Colonial Interiors | PRIMITIVE Colonial Decor

From our January 2015 issue: In “Doing What Comes Naturally,” a Pennsylvania pair share a keen eye for fine antiques and a knack for creatively displaying them in the 1804 Georgian Federal home they meticulously restored. (Photographed and styled by Franklin & Esther Schmidt)  Order the issue: http://www.samplermagazines.com/detail.html?prod_id=148&cat_id=8

From our January 2015 issue: In “Doing What Comes Naturally,” a Pennsylvania pair share a keen eye for fine antiques and a knack for creatively displaying them in the 1804 Georgian Federal home they meticulously restored. (Photographed and styled by Franklin & Esther Schmidt) Order the issue: http://www.samplermagazines.com/detail.html?prod_id=148&cat_id=8

I would do this but have it in brighter shades; my house is on a early American colonial style but with whites, and grays, browns, and blacks. Than the darker Primitive take.

I would do this but have it in brighter shades; my house is on a early American colonial style but with whites, and grays, browns, and blacks. Than the darker Primitive take.

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