Primitive Country Decorating

I love January!

New beginnings, new possibilities, garden planning, white winter nights, snow covered landscapes, and rides through the country with the love of my life. One of my favorite things to do during these slower paced winter months, is to find new little shops to visit when Dan & I are out on one of our afternoon dates.

One of our absolute favorite shops to visit is called “Persnickety”. It’s filled to the brim with wonderful primitive country decorating goodies! Not only do they have great things to shop for, but the owner also allows customers to walk through his private home, so they can glean decorating ideas to use in their own homes. When we went for a visit this week, I decided to take some pictures so I could share them with you. They also have a brand new facebook page on which they will be adding lots of new pictures, coupons, and primitive country decorating ideas.

I hope you enjoy this peek into a lovely primitive country home.

Primitive Living Room

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9 Responses to “Primitive Country Decorating”

  • Cass at That Old House on January 17, 2011

    What a charming home! I ran thru the slideshow twice (at least!) to absorb it all. Love the creative uses of light with the primitive objects. Beautiful.
    Thank you for sharing it!

    • admin on January 17, 2011

      Thanks Cass!

      I love to just walk through & glean as many ideas as I can! Sometimes I might pick up one small thing when I visit, that will give me a great idea for my own home. I love the lighting in the different spaces too! Did you notice the lighted twigs? Those seem to be the newest things out right now. I think they would be great for all seasons, and you could very easily tuck a few sprigs of seasonal flower stems in there to dress it up.

  • Jamie Country on February 1, 2011

    Wow that is a beautiful home. I am looking to do something similar using primitive or country decor. I am hoping it turns out well. Great blog, i have subscribed!

  • Tereasa on February 4, 2011

    I love this. It reminds me of my summer camp, wandawega. It seems we have similar interests.

  • Lisa's Creative Home on February 13, 2011

    What a great little place! I would love to visit. Could spend all day there!

  • beverly on March 9, 2011

    WOW! What time & effort put into such a wonderful place…and it looks so inviting. Thanks for sharing!

  • Heather on January 23, 2012

    This country living area is exactly what I DREAM of having! I just pinned this to my pinterest! I can’t begin to say how much I love seeing all the tutorials and ways to decorate the home! Thanks!!

    • admin on February 15, 2012

      Thank you Heather! I’m so glad you liked it! I appreciate you taking the time to introduce yourself ~ so nice to meet you :)

  • Darla on November 18, 2013

    where can I get the pig hanging in the fireplace…

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