primitive and country decor

primitive and country decor

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the screen door

Ann Arbor, MI

#1 Sep 25, 2009
any one lookin for a place to shop for these items? come by and check us out. lots of handmades!! across from central city walmart
Tamentine

Nashville, TN

#2 Sep 26, 2009
Are you too high? I was around there not too long ago. I heard it was like a florist....too high to buy. Are you? I hate to walk in and walk right out as soon as I see you prices.
local

Cadiz, KY

#3 Sep 27, 2009
I've been in this store, and they are nothing like a florist. Prices are reasonable. The primitives are not my taste, but are affordable for those who love them. I would not compare them to a florist.
the screen door

Ann Arbor, MI

#4 Sep 27, 2009
Tamentine wrote:
Are you too high? I was around there not too long ago. I heard it was like a florist....too high to buy. Are you? I hate to walk in and walk right out as soon as I see you prices.
no, we are not high, and nothing like a florist. ther are two businesses in the same building though. are u sure u came to the right one? the one as soon as u turn in is something old something new and they do have the flower shop type items. mine is all the way around on the other side of the building. please stop in. everyone is very impressed with our prices. we are strictly primitive and country decor though.
the screen door

Ann Arbor, MI

#5 Sep 27, 2009
we have a wide variety of items that are handmade:candles and tarts, dolls, shelves,furniture, and even have handmade mantles. we do have some more expensive items for sale, but about 80% of our stock is $20 or less. ive always had my prices like that for the past 10 years and that's why im still in business. our handmade furniture isn't that expensive either. theyrange from $40 for a handpainted kitchen table to $300 for our largest item which is a custom built corner fireplace mantle. and still most of our furniture is in the $40 to $80 price range. so it is very affordable if u are looking for these types of items. if u have ever been to any of the prim shops out of town then u will be well pleased with our prices!!! that's the first comment people make when they come in, well and that it smells wonderful too!!!
happy customer

Ann Arbor, MI

#6 Sep 27, 2009
i have been buyin from these folks for years and i have always been happy with the pricing and the quality of the items. they have some of the neatest handmade items that u wont find anywhere else. if u haven't been to her new store, u just have to go. i started buying from her when she was just starting out making candle jars. that was about 9 or 10 years ago. i'm still a loyal shopper.
SALTBOX PRIMITIVES

Sevierville, TN

#7 Jan 31, 2010
I MOVED INTO "THE SCREEN DOOR" WITH MY SALTBOX PRIMITIVES A FEW WEEKS AGO. THE OWNER & HER FRIEND ARE THE SWEETEST PEOPLE TO WORK WITH.THEY WELCOME ME WITH OPEN ARMS & A SMILE LIKE THEY DO EVERYONE THAT COMES THROUGH THE FRONT DOOR. I HOPE YOU GET A CHANCE TO VISIT, YOU'LL LOVE THIS PLACE AND I'M SURE YOU'LL WANT TO BRING A FRIEND NEXT TIME. THE ITEMS ARE ADDED TO & CHANGED SO COME OFTEN AND ENJOY !!!
out with the old

Nebo, KY

#8 Feb 2, 2010
That primitive stuff is so tacky looking! All that navy and maroon is sooo yesterday! It looks like someone's yard sale stuff!
couple times a week buyer

Cadiz, KY

#9 Feb 3, 2010
out with the old wrote:
That primitive stuff is so tacky looking! All that navy and maroon is sooo yesterday! It looks like someone's yard sale stuff!
You are so wrong with this comment. Im a man with interests for this kinda stuff. I will be the first to tell you on my first visit with my girlfriend to this store I was thinking to myself "oh boy here we go again" but after that visit Ive began to enjoy stopping by there a couple times a week. Ive also began to explore my talents at home by making and decorating our home with this stuff. My hats off to the owners of THE SCREEN DOOR and its employees. Keep up the good work and keep all the items switched around alot like u do. great job.
anonymous

Cleveland, TN

#10 May 17, 2010
why is it that there is no address or phone number to be found on the screen door? are they no long in business? If they are, will someone please post this information? thanks
anonymous

Cleveland, TN

#11 May 17, 2010
Would you please post your exact address location and phone number? This info along with hours of operation would be greatly helpful. Thanks
the screen door wrote:
any one lookin for a place to shop for these items? come by and check us out. lots of handmades!! across from central city walmart

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