Andy & Wendy Peel, Home Owners
1420 Masters Drive
Rose Swanson, Designer
Karen Sprygada, Decorator
Sandy McConnell, Venue Coordinator

The Peel’s thoroughly enjoy their mountain living in a golf course community!  This beautiful raised rancher home begins with main-level-living from the driveway, through the garage, to the mud-room, and then into bright, open-concept, living, dining and kitchen areas.

Guests are treated to their incredible collection of “Primitive but Simple” treasures throughout the home, ranging from Old Pennsylvania tables and primitive trunks, to an antique milk-painted china cabinet that belonged to Andy’s grandparents.  There are also several Thomas Kincaid pictures, a unique collection of antique toys, as well as cabinets that are over 200 years old!

Tour guests can enjoy more antiques, and “primitives” collected over the years.  There are so many great memories to recall, tied to the things passed down by their parents and grandparents, in addition to their own special items.  Time passes on, but the Peel family holds dearly to those closest, by simply cherishing the things they have passed on for others to enjoy.

Primitive isn’t just a style, it’s a lifestyle, and it offers everyone the feelings of simplicity, warmth and comfort that are so essential to family.