I had these leather chairs at the antique shop. They were manufactured in North Carolina by Hancock and Moore. I decided to bring them home. In front of them is a dovetailed New England dough box topped with some large bowls. The rug is one I bought in the Alabama Black Belt because of the mustard color. Facing the chairs on the other side of the dough box is an early church pew in pine with square nails. On the right you can see my primitive doll house on an 1830 chest. In front of the window is a wicker doll buggy with a little Christmas tree inside.
In front is a mule chest from New Jersey. Next to it is a desk made of tiger maple.
The pine corner cupboard is also an Alabama original ca. 1840.
The little brown ca. 1850 step-back came from Chilton County, Alabama. The blue pie safe was made in Selma.