Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Christmas Open House Part 2


Here are some pictures of Mark and Eva Zimmerman’s  home.  Again, I want to thank Eva for allowing me to share these with you.  As soon as I walk in the door, I just want to plop down and make myself comfortable!

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If you’re like me, you just want to see more and more and more, so if that’s the case with you as well, you can visit their website or check out their article and pictures in the 2013 Autumn issue of the Mercantile Gatherings Magazine.



  1. Oh Mindy, want more. That is such a wonderful cozy primitive home, love it.......Going to check out the website, thanks to you and Eva for sharing, going back to take a second look, Blessings Francine.

  2. A simply wonderful prim home... so warm and inviting!!

  3. Very lovely! Love the primitive grater on the wall! ~Roberta

  4. Their home is awesome! Great photos Mindy!

  5. I can see why!!!
    So prim beautiful!!!

  6. You are so right, I do want to see more. It is just gorgeous. I will have to buy a MG

  7. Thanks for sharing these wonderful pics Mindy. Drooling over here now. ;0) Janice

  8. What a lovely prim home! Thank you for sharing the photos :)

  9. Oh wow I want to visit and stay!
    Thanks for sharing such a wonderful love filled home.
    Woolie Hugs

  10. Wow, those are wonderful photos & Yes, i want to see more on their website!
    Thanks for sharing!

  11. Thanks for sharing. What a lovely, cozy home.

  12. What a beautiful prim home! Thanks so much for sharing it.Blessings,Jen

  13. Mindy thanks for sharing all of that beautiful eye candy and your wonderful finds!
    I drooled through all of it =)

    Happy Thanksgiving!

  14. what a beautiful home, so warm and cozy, hugs, Lecia

  15. First of all, I love that turkey in your header! Just beautiful!
    And this home? I rarely covet anything but this, well this is my sinful desire now. Everything is just perfect! I have a lot of these things but they are still just scattered about my cozy, comfy modern home. I've never been able to get it all together. We used to live in a rundown farmstead and that was the closest I ever got. I guess I will just have to be at a distance admiring someone else's wonderfully prim existence....... *****sigh*****