Geometrical floors can be a captivating focal point in a room. Consider a white based room with natural wood furniture all arranged around a patterned tile floor. Laying a tile in a primitive pattern that combines both color and design can be very intriguing. Tile doesn't have to cost you a fortune, as you can make your own tile from molds costing you just pennies per tile. Molds can be purchased in square tiles, to castle stone, river rock, flag stone and veneer stones. Color can be added to concrete to give a realistic stone effect.
For more ideas See our post on Empire Geometrical Painted Floors
This home was originally featured in the Norwegian Bolig Magazine, seen on Inspiring Interiors
Here you see tin cake molds that look very decorative when gathered together. Hang them on the wall or group them on a primitive shelf for a classic country appearance. Consider featuring "like" collections such as these cake molds in one area than spread throughout the house for high impact.
Consider tapered leg tables for a Swedish Primitive appearance. Here a tapered leg Shaker table serves in the bathroom for towels and extra needed supplies. The shelf allows primitive decor to define the space.