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Spring 2018

   A Primitive Place & Country Journal magazine is the fastest growing primitive, colonial, and country magazine on the market today. Each issue is filled with inspiration for the decorator, cook, crafter, gardener, and homesteader looking to live a simpler way of life. In each issue readers of A Primitive Place & Country Journal magazine are welcomed into five perfectly decorated primitive, colonial, and country style homes. Each home tour gives readers ideas on how to decorate in their preferred style and gives them insight on the top favorite collections of these homeowners. Readers can also tour beautifully manicured primitive, country gardens showing how to bring a love of gardening and primitive decorating together. Each issue also features easy to follow recipes and crafting tutorials. A Primitive Place & Country Journal also welcomes readers into the mind and workshop of the gifted cabinet and pottery maker, David T. Smith. Readers can also learn more about the history of their favorite collections through a variety of informative articles. All of these winning elements combined with beautiful photographs, a professional layout, and a feeling of goodwill and camaraderie is why A Primitive Place & Country Journal magazine is the preferred magazine for the multitude of primitive, colonial, and country decorators in the world today.          
Release date: February 1st. This issue will be arriving in mailboxes in mid to late February.
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BUCKET BENCHES:
The Water Reservoir of Early Homes

Written by Dan Weaver

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EVEN THE COLONISTS HAD LAPTOPS: 
The History of the Writing Desk

Written by Dan Weaver

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BRINGING THE NATURAL BEAUTY OF WOOD INTO OUR HOMES 

Written by Dan Weaver

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Spring 2017

A House of Many Blessings (Home of Judson and Vicky Daniel)
A South Boston, Virginia couple took a leap of faith, dug a basement, and let history take its course.
Written by Betsy Heck – Photographed by Karen Gerhart 

 The Spring 2018 issue will be released February 1st. It will arrive in mailboxes in mid to late February (or sooner) depending on your postal zone. To subscribe, please visit our website at www.aprimitiveplace.org.
The House that Passions Built (Home of Michelle and John Torella)
When this Hubbard, Ohio couple set out to build their home, they drew upon their passion for primitives. The result is a look straight out of the 1800s. Written by Betsy Heck - Photographed by Teresa Schoeppner

 The Spring 2018 issue will be released February 1st. It will arrive in mailboxes in mid to late February (or sooner) depending on your postal zone. To subscribe, please visit our website at www.aprimitiveplace.org.
Back to the Prairie (Home of Jody and Matt Ellenwood)
A Fort Wayne, Indiana homeowner, along with her husband, has created a primitive home that reflects the simpler times of life on the prairie while providing a warm and cozy atmosphere for family and friends. Written by Dan Weaver-White – Photographed by Teresa Schoeppner

 The Spring 2018 issue will be released February 1st. It will arrive in mailboxes in mid to late February (or sooner) depending on your postal zone. To subscribe, please visit our website at www.aprimitiveplace.org.
Saving Walden Farm (Home of Burgess Clark and Daniel Blake) 
New York City transplants have renovated their once-abandoned 1795 Vermont home, bringing it back to its former glory while filling it with some of their favorite collections. Written by Dan Weaver-White – Photographed by Karen Gerhart

 The Spring 2018 issue will be released February 1st. It will arrive in mailboxes in mid to late February (or sooner) depending on your postal zone. To subscribe, please visit our website at www.aprimitiveplace.org.
Paint Makes All the Difference (Home of Sharon and Joseph Minarczyk)
In spite of her former aversion to painted pieces, an Urbanna, Virginia homeowner has taken her love of early painted pieces and created a home that is warm and full of happiness and color. Written by Dan Weaver-White - Photographed by Corey Miller

 The Spring 2018 issue will be released February 1st. It will arrive in mailboxes in mid to late February (or sooner) depending on your postal zone. To subscribe, please visit our website at www.aprimitiveplace.org.
A Primitive Place Collector Series Doll


Meet Mizz Bella Bunny
the 31st Doll in Our Collector Series

​She loves spring and started her spring cleaning early after a long winter. It’s time to open the windows and let fresh air in! She enjoys dusting her collection of stoneware and old baskets. Every year she hand-paints eggs in stoneware patterns to fill her favorite antique basket. She strolls through the village and hands out a pretty egg to all those she meets along the way. But, painting will have to wait until tomorrow! Her spring issue of A Primitive Place just arrived! It’s time to sit in her old rocker and read it cover-to-cover. Mizz Bella wears a tattered apron and has a lovely hand-painted egg. She stands 11 inches tall to the crook in her big ole’ ear. Order your doll and subscription today! Each are purchased separately. To order the doll, visit our website by going to www.aprimitiveplace.org. Click on ‘Collector Series Dolls’ on the left or e-mail Lana at winterberryprimz@aol.com. $42.95 for doll - includes travel to most states. Allow 2-4 weeks for delivery.





Summer 2017

Please Note: You are purchasing Mizz Bella Bunny Collector Doll. This is not a magazine subscription!
Fall 2017

A Primitive Place Redware Plate
The perfect addtion to your primitive home! 
These 10” dia. redware plates are handcrafted exclusively for A Primitive Place by The Workshops 
of David T. Smith/Turtle Creek Pottery. 

$ 75.00 each plus $ 15.00 s/h
Please allow 1-3 weeks for delivery

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Christmas 2017
Home of Sharon and Joseph Minarczyk   -  Photographed by Corey Miller