The Pink House, Autumn in Salem, Massachusetts

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Beautifully detailed keepsake of The Pink House, Autumn in Salem, Massachusetts.  Handcrafted by Cat's Meow Village in the USA.


New England is an excellent region to visit in the autumn season, known for its glorious fall foliage, its pumpkin patches, and old American history. But none of New England’s destinations may be quite so suited to this season as Salem, Massachusetts. You’ll be surrounded by red, orange, and yellow hues pretty much everywhere you go! 

Reds, oranges, and yellow hues are the predominant colors of the fall season but Pink houses, large and small, can be found all over Salem. While colonial houses can look lovely in pink, this custom seems to apply more to the southern states than it does to New England:  pink is just not a Puritan color!  So most of Salem’s pink houses are Victorians, with the exception of a very bright Greek Revival at 18 Winter Street built in 1848. Known as "The Pink House", it was built for Rev. James Conway, Pastor of St. Mary's Church.

I spy Casper, our black mascot cat, nuzzled up to a little pumpkin on the front steps!  He is the sign of an authentic Cat's Meow.

Satisfy your autumn season decorating itch with this beautifully detailed keepsake, and while you're at it, add more pieces to make a Village! Handcrafted of 3/4" thick wood by The Cat's Meow Village in the USA.