Primitive Kitchen Decor

Primitive Kitchen Decor

Primitive Kitchen Decor 

You’ll love the endless decorating possibilities with our Primitive Kitchen Décor “treenware” collection. Our resin treenware has the authentic look of carved wood mimicing utilitarian wooden serveware from centuries past. Get the beautiful finish without the high price tag.

 “Treen”, a middle English word meaning “wooden” for small handmade household items such as bowls and spoons.

 

Primitive Kitchen Décor: Wooden Dough Scraper | Burlap Basement
Primitive Kitchen Décor: Wooden Dough Scraper | Burlap Basement
$13.99
$13.99
Get the appealing look of this Primitive Kitchen Décor Dough Scraper. Authentic look of carved wood featuring a hook tip with dark walnut finish.  This resin dough scraper is a beautiful accent piece and could be placed beside dough bowl for an authentic colonial style. Clean with damp cloth. For...
Primitive Kitchen Décor: Wooden Dough Bowl | Burlap Basement
Primitive Kitchen Décor: Wooden Dough Bowl | Burlap Basement
$25.98
$25.98
Primitive Kitchen Décor Shallow Tray has the authentic look of carved wood, just like handcrafted Colonial housewares. This shallow wood-textured tray has a deep walnut finish. It makes a great center piece for most any room. Decorate with cotton bolls, potpourri, fruit or flowers. Clean with damp cloth. For Décor...
Primitive Kitchen Décor: Wooden Dough Bowl | Burlap Basement
Primitive Kitchen Décor: Wooden Dough Bowl | Burlap Basement
$24.99
Primitive Kitchen Décor Pie Plate is a beautiful accent piece with its wood grain texture and walnut finish. This pie plate has the authentic look of carved wood and mimics the look of centuries-old primitive wooden pieces. Clean with damp cloth. For decorative use only.  Material: Resin Dimensions: 9 ½” diameter, 2”...
Primitive Kitchen Décor: Wooden Dough Bowl | Burlap Basement
Primitive Kitchen Décor: Wooden Dough Bowl | Burlap Basement
$31.99
Primitive Kitchen Décor Dough Bowl has a deep walnut finish and handles at either end. This is a beautiful centerpiece for your home. In colonial America, dough bowls provided a snug, warm place for bread to rise prior to baking. These bowls were handed down through a family, passing along...
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