Primitive Blessings Antiques Celebrates One Year Anniversary

   CONGRATULATIONS to Primitive Blessings Antiques, a unique antique store you must visit on Hwy 285 in Pine! They are celebrating their one year anniversary. Sometimes the first year is the hardest. So, we, at Mountain States Collector, want to recognize this charming venture.
   Primitive Blessings’ Owners Ron and Debra VanWyhe have created a different atmosphere in their antique store and old fashioned Western Town, and you will notice the moment you pull in the drive. After several opportunities to sell their treasures on 285, they decided to offer the public a different shopping experience.    Gone are the booth-by-booth shopping, instead an open concept like walking in their home. Starting outside, rummage through the aptly named Woodshop, shopping for tools for yourself or for the men and the women who buy them, then the Garden Center for the industrial and outdoor lovers and finally the Farmhouse, catering to the rustic, shabby and unique décor of a by-gone era.
   As you make your way in to the main house, you are immediately drawn to the warm hospitality and the absence of any pretense. The only thing present is the genuine “welcome” and ease at which you will shop and prices you can afford. Displayed with your home in mind, you will find many styles to choose from, as they mix primitives, antiques, vintage, rustic, rarities and other décor display possibilities.
   Debra says, “People are amazing and we all have different tastes, so while catering to us all, I want you to feel welcome and at ease in our store from the moment you come in. We offer honesty, low prices and sell memories mixed with homemade goodies from local artisans, too.
   We work hard at displaying all these old treasures in ways to make your own home cozy and inviting while providing you with a quality made piece of history. We admire how after 100 years they’re still better, stronger and usually cheaper than anything made today.
   I seek and love one-of-a-kinds and wish I had held on to my own growing up. I didn’t know how much I would appreciate them at this age. Naturally drawn to homemade quilts, primitive 1800’s and rare pieces, you will find many different antiques to choose from at Primitive Blessings and a nice selection of Christian gifts and locally made candles.”
   Tucked away in a small mountain community, Primitive Blessings is a short 20 minute drive from C470 & 285, nestled between Conifer & Bailey in Pine.
   Shortly after opening Summer 2018, Debra realized the need for consignments. We had people bringing their antiques because they’re moving away, down-sizing or moving on to assisted-living. Some even inherited pieces and no longer wanted them. Whatever the reason, consignments have complemented our store because with pieces priced right and selling quick, it’s an ever-changing shop to visit.
   Currently, they are open Thursday, Friday & Saturday 10-6 and by appointment. They are located one block South of Shaffer’s Crossing on Hwy 285 & S. Parker Ave.
   Debra added, “I buy and consign and hope to meet you. God bless you and y’all come see us.”
   One more note: Mark your calendars for Saturday, July 20th. Come CELEBRATE at their party, 10-3p.m. offering outdoor vendors, food, in-store specials and good ole’ Southern hospitality. An antique store you won’t soon forget.
   Primitive Blessings * 303.838.1122 ** Debra Cell 720.556.0456 13028 S. Parker Ave * Pine, CO 80470

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