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Nana's Primitive Barn

Nana's Primitive Barn is located on The Crothers' family farm, Cedar Brook Farm, the location where Angie and her  husband raised their children and have lived for 26 years.  The farm is located in Adams County, OH right in the heart of Amish Country, just a little over an hour's drive from Cincinnati.  It is located on Unity Road, about 4-1/2 miles from the intersection of OH SR-32 and OH SR-247 (see MAP ).


Getting to the store is an easy drive thru the country and you can plan your visit around the many other things to do in the area.


Angie's Story

Angie spent most of her working life as a nurse, and as a wife and mother, and now spends her time as Nana to 12 grandchildren.


In 2022 Angie decided it was time to do something she had always thought about doing; to open a shop which would supply all of the household items every woman needs and wants!!


Thus, the start of Nana's Primitive Barn.

Farmhouse and Primitive Decor Origin

​Farmhouse Decor dates back to the 1700's when it first appeared in the United States. The design was more about practicality than aesthetics, choosing function over appearance.  Items were made from natural materials and colors, and tended to be simple and natural.  Years later, homeowners still favor the simple beauty of farms and farmhouses, and the simple, uncluttered design that will serve for generations to come.


Primitive Decor stems from life for early 1800's American pioneers. Their art, crafts, and traditions have a simple, homespun beauty of their own. The Primitive style is designed to have an old or antique look but is created using new materials.  This allows you to start your decorating with any element that reflects the pioneers such as candles, wooden signs and wall decor, hooked rugs, potpourri jars, table runners, etc.

About Our Website

We are slowly but surely getting our products listed on the website but we still have quite a ways to go.  Please check back often as new products are being added daily!

Initially, our products will only be available for purchase at the store.  With shipping costs being what they are, and most of our items being difficult to ship, we are going to stay away from online sales at this time. That policy may change, as dictated by feedback from our customers.  You can provide feedback through the "CONTACT" tab above.  If you see something you like, we sure hope you'll take a drive to the country to check it out!

If you see something that you just absolutely have to have shipped, contact us at the email address below and we'll see if invoicing and shipping can be arranged.


Angie Crothers

(937) 205-6155

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