Monday, October 8, 2012

A new way to explore Primitive Home Decors

Good morning!
You may have seen the email about this already (if not you can sign up here!):  we just installed some fancy new tools designed to enhance your web "sailing" experience at, and we're pretty excited about it.
Specifically, these tools allow you to filter and narrow your searches to give you more personalized and more relevant results.
Whenever you enter anything into the search field on our site, you'll see the new navigation on the left side of the page. This area will list all of your options for filtering your search results.
For example, our many kitchen and dining items can now be narrowed according to category, theme, color, price and more.
Another good example: rugs. We have thousands of items under the category of rugs, so a search would yield an overwhelming number of results, from bath mats to stair treads to tabletop braided trivets.  Narrowing your results  by product line, manufacturer, size and type of rug helps whittle down your options to a manageable list!
In the bedding category, you can narrow search results by the size of bedding, (queen, king and full) and further narrow results by color, theme, manufacturer, style, price. The possibilities are (almost!) endless.
You can also mark the compare box to see a side-by-side comparison of any items.
As an added incentive, we're offering you 10% off anything you order this week, no minimums or anything. (Hint: you'll find a coupon code as soon as you begin searching!) 
We would love to know what you think.

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Our 10 most adored Halloween accessories

Halloween is kind of a big deal around here.
We start getting excited about it around the last week of September, and our friends and neighbors seem to as well. We've already seen Halloween decor start to pop up around the neighborhood: scare crows, jack-o-lanterns, black cats with backs arched and witches on brooms, and bright, multi-colored gourds resting on bales on hay.
Since we specialize in Halloween decor that mostly goes inside the house (and can't show them off to all our neighbors!), we thought we would share a few of our favorites with you.
Trixie (and friends!)
What's your favorite Halloween tradition?