The Primitive Kitchen
The primitive kitchen is a wonderful place to relax with family and to bake those apple pies, banana breads and scrumptious blueberry muffins. Even if you don't bake just burning scented candles with these aromas will have everyone wanting to stay forever!
My kitchen is apple themed so everywhere you look that's what you'll see. From my apple tea kettle to my apple doll sitting on an old step stool that I found on the side of the road.
I have a red shelf with mirrors and hooks that I just had to hang in my prim kitchen to display all my items.
These curtains I made so I could raise and lower them whenever I wanted. I just made a rod pocket at the top and bottom, inserted one of those tension rods and that's it. It worked out great when I put in my air conditioner for summer. All I had to do was raise the curtain to just above the top of it.
Here is another idea for curtains for your prim kitchen. I bought 3 yards of this checked fabric for $1.99 a yard. I left the material doubled and sewed a small header at the top, stitched about a 2 inch opening for my curtain rod and then stitched the bottom about a quarter inch. After this was done I found some rusty safety pins and decided to add these to my prim curtain. I just gathered from the bottom and stuck the pin where I wanted it so it would stay put. This is the finished project. If you have any questions on this please feel free to email me!
Another thing I like is putting signs up in my prim kitchen. This one is right over my sink and is soooo true!!
This tin sign I found at a yard sale. It hangs between my porch and kitchen on a hanging post I bought for $3.00 on clearance. I just loved it!
Just remember to display in your prim kitchen what you love. Re-use old baskets, crates and just about anything you can think of to make your prim kitchen a place of contentment.
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