Look at These Primitive Pieces!

19 Nov

Small business are INCREDIBLE! We here at Old Village Paint are a small business and we love all the small businesses that carry our paints, or use them to create beautiful things for homes.

Check out these primitive pieces made with love and Old Village Paints!


This first piece is a buffet, painted Salem brick over black, with a 1 1/4″ rustic oak top. This piece is at Checkerberry’s Furniture in Ulster Park, NY.  Jump to their Facebook Page Now!

These next items are paper towel holder/bread boxes painted in Salem Brick , the middle item is a toilet paper holder/storage spot painted in Satin Black. These were made by Painted Hutch Primitives.


Next we have a primitive bench, painted with Valley Forge Mustard. It measures 36x12x18.  Available also in : Antique Sage Green, Soldier Blue, Salem Brick, and Satin Black. This one is also by Painted Hutch Primitives. I love the Valley Forge Mustard color!


This vanity is Village Tavern Blue over New England Red. The top and backsplash is soapstone from Bucks County Soapstone.  Vanity built and painted by Roger S. Wright Furniture. 


I hope you’ve enjoyed seeing some of these primitive pieces.  Remember to Shop Small this Saturday, November 26th to support your local economy by keeping your money local.

And finally, know that we are thankful for each and every one of you who visit our site and our blog, call us on the phone, use our products, and give us feedback and photos, we work for our customers and you guys are amazing!

To find your nearest dealer click here…  http://www.old-village.com/locator/index.php
To purchase Old Village Paint online click here…  http://colourcupboard.com



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