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Showing posts from 2011

Simple Goods Show in Mount Vernon Ohio

What a GREAT SHOW! We are sharing a terrific booth with Kristine & Kris, with Primitive Place Magazine. This is the best show for Early Antiques and reproductions I've seen in years. Nothing from China or across the water . . . . just as it SHOULD be; American Crafts Made By Americans! What a fine selection of primitives for your home, wonderful painted antiques & collectibles, Holiday items, etc. If you are looking for-that special gift, want to start your Christmas shopping or seeking something to add to your own collection . . This is the place!

Fredericksburg Historic Home Show

Tomorrow is the last day of the Historic Home and Designer Craftsman Show. There was a great group of American artists in the show and we had a great group of buyers come through the show. I even talked to an Architect from California interested in period style kitchens. My salesman sample kitchen was also I big hit. I will be taking it to display at 2 more shows in the next 3 weeks. Check our Events page on our web site for my last 2 show dates of 2011.

I have joined A Primitive Place & Country Journal magazine as contributing writer

 I am honored to work with publisher/editor, Kristine Berg Doss,and look forward to sharing my design skills, knowledge of antiques and history with their readers. A Primitive Place & Country Journal is the premier home and garden magazine featuring primitive and Colonial home tours, enchanting garden tours, savory recipes, simple craft projects, trash to treasure makeovers and more. Each issue is filled with inspiring photos and creative articles sure to intrigue you. If you have not subscribed to A Primitive Place & Country Journal, you will not want to miss out! My first article will appear in their Winter/Holiday 2011 issue scheduled to be released November 1st. Be watching for the big reveal of their Winter/Holiday 2011 cover and sneak peeks this Sunday! --David T. Smith

Check out this great kitchen project near Boston - New Old Country Farmhouse

This is a great project that we did near Boston. The client wanted a David T. Smith kitchen but was concerned about the cost and hassle of doing a handmade kitchen long distance so she tried to find a local kitchen company to do it. No luck. So she finally called me at the last minute to talk about the project. It was a large project, kitchen, 2 pantries, bathrooms, and laundry. She sent us drawings, we had a few Web Meetings, and we drew up the project and made our deal. The next day we flew to Boston to make final measurements. We were a little shocked when we got there, because the house was 90% complete waiting for the kitchen. She had almost waited too long.