Good afternoon and happy new year!
We hope you all had a cozy and relaxing holiday. We came into the new year filled with gratitude and cookies and as we get back into the swing of things, we have just a couple of fun updates to share today.
We’re on Instagram now!
It’s 2020; we thought it was about time. Check us out and let us know what kind of things you’d like to see over there. You know, besides puppy dog filters and glitter effects.
Our clearance sale is still going on! Save 10-70% on our remaining holiday decor and help us make room for new Spring and Easter inventory!
Have a great day!
We’re back today to share some updates we’ve made to the Primitive Home Decors website; you might have already noticed our new and improved online experience.
We want you to have the very best experience shopping PrimitiveHomeDecors.com, so we have been hard at work updating the Primitive Home Decors website.
While the differences you see may be subtle, things behind the scenes have completely changed and your shopping experience will be more powerful and user-friendly. Here are just some of the new features. (More great shopping benefits to come!)
- A better mobile shopping experience. A more powerful, streamlined website optimized for mobile use means smooth sailing whether you’re at your desk or on the go.
- Ability to purchase bundled products like bedding sets. Hassle free! Three to seven-piece bedding sets bundled to save you time and money. Or shop a la cart for just the item you need.
- Additional payment options, along with the traditional credit card choices
- Apple Pay
- Google Pay
- Shopify Pay
- More powerful search. Narrow results by brand, type, color, and price.
- Smoother check-out process. Adjust quantities, calculate shipping, safe and secure as always
AND much more! Shop now at PrimitiveHomeDecors.com
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Current Country Decor Favorites
We’re back today with some Pinspiration! We’re taking some of our favorite storage baskets and buckets, and exploring how the Pinterest crowd uses them in their own country home decor.
Let’s do it!
Wood planter basket set
These planter boxes love more than just plants! Candles, flower vases, Ball jars, and even wine bottles are just a few of the items Pinterest users have placed in them.
Olive bucket set – This Pinterest user is using their olive bucket as a toilet paper storage container. We also love them as garden planters for lavender or willow branches, and decorative gourds for holiday harvest fun. Throw in some tiny LED lights!
Mason Jars in Chicken Wire Basket
We see a lot of these in the kitchen holding various utensils, but they’re also great for holding herbs and flowers!
Small Pocket Basket
The most common uses we’ve seen for this style of basket is in a den, home office or kitchen for books, magazines, and mail. We also saw a great post where a similar metal wall basket was used to store bathroom towels.
Iron Open Weave Basket
We’re seeing these baskets used to store produce, eggs and garlic in the kitchen! There’s even a great tutorial on Pinterest for attaching them to a wooden base for a multi-use organizer.
Aqua Tin Letter Box
A darling use for the tin letter box: fill with flowers and hang it on your front door!
What farmhouse storage baskets and buckets do you have at home, and what do you keep inside of them?