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Colonial decorating

Transform your home into a timeless colonial masterpiece with these decorating ideas. Create a warm and inviting atmosphere with classic furniture, rich colors, and elegant accents.
COLONIAL HOME STYLE ELEMENTS - Arrow Hill Cottage Primitive Homes, Primitive Decorating Country, Primitive Country, Primitive Bedroom, Primitive Antiques, Prim Decor, Country Style Homes, Country House Decor, Cottage Style

Learn about the main elements of the Colonial home style in this article. The history of the Colonial Home is important to the fabric of America. image sourceWelcome to another installment in the ELEMENTS OF HOME series. Each month I showcase a different residential home style here on…

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Ingrid Manning
British Colonial Christmas Decor, Colonial Christmas Decorating, Victorian Christmas Decorations, Christmas Porch Decor, Cottage Christmas, Outdoor Christmas Decorations, American Colonial Decor, Colonial Primitive Decor, The Holiday Cottage

I have two favorite places: my living room and Colonial Williamsburg. One of them looks a lot better at Christmastime (well, okay, all the time), so last weekend my companion and I travelled a couple of hours south to see Virginia's second capital in all its Christmas splendor. We joined a Christmas walking tour. A

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Gloria Sams
Eye For Design: Decorating In The Primitive Colonial Style Primitive Colonial Decor, Primitive Dining Rooms, Primitive Homes, Primitive Decorating Country, Primitive Kitchen, Primitive Antiques, Primitive Country, Primitive Interior Design, Primitive Living Room Ideas

This post about elegant colonial interiors was like a trip down memory lane. In my early 20's I was in love with primitive colonial decor. My Bible was a magazine called Colonial Homes. In fact I bought a beautiful corner cupboard with the first pay check from my first job. I put it on lay away and paid the antique store monthly until I had it paid off. I was blessed to find an old two story colonial home to restore and fill with my obsession. I had some beautiful pieces, did the stenciling…

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Susan M. Hooper
Home Décor, Porches, Colonial, Winterthur, Exterior, Home, Southern Colonial Decor, British Colonial Decor, Colonial Decor

When it comes to a space of our own, most of us have definite ideas on how the place should be done up. There is no denying that some of us have a preference for a particular way of having our home done up and this is often undeterred by what others say or think. While thinking and feeling this way may not necessarily conform to what are the popular norms, we feel that you should go ahead and decorate your home accordingly. That is why if dreamy Moroccan decoration ideas are what appeal to…

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nicole humphrey
Eye For Design: Decorating In The Primitive Colonial Style Colonial Dining Room, Colonial Home Decor, Primitive Dining Rooms, Colonial Kitchen, Country Dining Rooms, Primitive Homes, Primitive Kitchen, Primitive Decorating Country, Farmhouse Dining

This post about elegant colonial interiors was like a trip down memory lane. In my early 20's I was in love with primitive colonial decor. My Bible was a magazine called Colonial Homes. In fact I bought a beautiful corner cupboard with the first pay check from my first job. I put it on lay away and paid the antique store monthly until I had it paid off. I was blessed to find an old two story colonial home to restore and fill with my obsession. I had some beautiful pieces, did the stenciling…

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Lorri Parry
Antique Kitchen Decor, Primitive Kitchen Decor, Primative Decor, Primitive Furniture, Primitive Decorating Country, Primitive Decor Ideas, Primitive Houses, Country Primitive, Primitive Bathrooms

We can't all live in an antique home, but we can make our new homes look antique without sacrificing our modern conveniences. Sometimes all it takes is adding a few architectural details. Here are some ideas I've used to "antique" my living spaces, ( I'm going for the 18th and early 19th century New England country home look). The photo above is courtesy of Early New England Homes, www.earlynewenglandhomes.com. 1. CHANGE OUT THE DOORS You can find old doors at salvage yards. They usually do

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Kathy Lane