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Maria Hickey & Associates Landscapes
Landscapes
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Plant for color. A cottage garden is, above all, vibrant. You can use an exuberant mix
Plant for color. A cottage garden is, above all, vibrant. You can use an exuberant mix of colors, go for something bold or stick to softer shades. A color wheel can be a great guide for choosing colors, whether you want them to contrast or complement each other.Design tip: If you're new to designing
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Northern Virginia Interior Designer
Best of Houzz Winner 2013 + 2014
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Traditional Living Room
Ideabooks5,477
Questions6
he old benches that are common at flea markets also totally work for a cottage. Like the farm table, they are long and narrow, and adapt readily to many uses. From beings the consummate cottage coffee table to providing extra seating, to allowing dining in front of the TV, the bench
The French Cottage look...love the walls, soft colors, flea market furniture finds, etc.
I love this room... I think it's the stone wall -- an Irish or English cottage look. I love it. I want to read there...
lovely cottage feel but not old-fashioned
The old benches that are common at flea markets also totally work for a cottage. Like the farm table, they are long and narrow, and adapt readily to many uses. From beings the consummate cottage coffee table to providing extra seating, to allowing dining in front of the TV, the bench
“Perfect walls” — Christy Litster
Murphy & Co. Design
4 Reviews
The Gatehouse
Ideabooks4,117
Questions7
always wanted a little stone cottage.
Back of Gateyard cottage
Worker's Cottage 4...all stone cottage...Side cottages...cottage idea...Masonry cottage...Love This Cottage
“shape, size, roofline, finishes” — garycraig
Ron Brenner Architects
10 Reviews
Modern Cottage Exterior
Ideabooks4,685
Questions7
Tranquility on a warm summer evening. Photography: Phillip Mueller Photography Modern Cottage - House plan may be purchased at http://simplyeleganthomedesigns.com/deephaven_modern_unique_cottage_home_plan.html
What`s the brand name and color of the siding? Can you tell me if this cottage is two tone?Thanks
Where can I get the design for this cottage to buiild it?
This home plan is available for purchase through Simply Elegant Home Designs at http://www.simplyeleganthomedesigns.com/deephaven_modern_unique_cottage_home_plan.html
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Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Tiny House
Ideabooks12,939
Questions15
540 Square FeetIt's easy to see why Houzz readers loved this beautiful home in Oregon. The small-space solutions, ecofriendly undertones and warm cottage style could translate to any new home or remodel.
of the most popular on Houzz, and with good reason! Interior designer Jessica Helgerson and her family have managed to make this postage-stamp-size cottage feel spacious, light and utterly charming. In fact, it felt so right that instead of using it as a weekend getaway, as they had planned, the family
accessed by a ladder, which makes use of the available roof height. The green roof makes a modern, eco-friendly contrast to the traditional white cottage.
Family cottage, Oregon USAThis was meant to be a summer house. So there was no need to add on; at 50 square metres it would do just fine. But the remodel turned out
“interesting roof” — Coastal Styling
Cottage Industry
Dining Room
Ideabooks4,049
Questions2
Cottage style dining room by Cottage Industry
perfect for decorating your cottage. In spaces where every inch counts, smaller is definitely better.
Vintage furniture (or, in this case, reproduction vintage furniture) tends to be smaller than its contemporary counterparts, which makes it perfect for decorating your cottage. In spaces where every inch
3. Pull up a couch for a cushy English cottage feel. If a truly cozy look is what you crave, upholstered pieces are the way to go. Use armchairs at the ends of a long table, pull up an upholstered banquette to the side or even perch on a cushy couch — just be sure that the seat height will work with
3. Pull up a couch for a cushy English cottage feelIf a truly cosy look is what you crave, upholstered pieces are the way to go. Use armchairs at the ends of a long table, pull up an upholstered
“Bee boxes idea” — alicefoultz
Traditional Living Room
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Questions6
I could live happily in this charming cottage.
flea market decorating, and cottages totally embrace that. The varied chairs pulled up to this drop-leaf table are utterly charming, as is the mix of wood and caned pieces in the living area. Drop-leaf tables are, by the way, another great friend in decorating a cottage.
of junk yard decorating, and cottages totally embrace that. The varied chairs pulled up to this drop-leaf table are utterly charming, as is the mix of wood and caned pieces in the living area. Drop-leaf tables are, by the way, another great friend in decorating a cottage.
“Like French country look” — joyceaguiar
janicemarie
Canadian Cottage
Ideabooks14,165
Questions8
I would like this large sink as we're getting rid of the bath in the small bathroom in our cottage-style house.
Save to IdeabookEmail Photo 7. Hardwood flooring. Before carpet became de rigeur, hardwood floors were the norm, and they complement cottage kitchen style. You can either leave the
the natural beauty of their grain or paint them in a solid color or a pattern such as checkerboard. However, hardwoods aren't the only choice for cottage kitchen floors — linoleum, vintage-look tile or even slate could work as well.
floors were the norm, and they complement cottage kitchen style. You can either leave the planks bare to show the natural beauty of their grain or paint them in a solid color or a pattern such as checkerboard. However, hardwoods aren't the only choice for cottage kitchen floors — linoleum, vintage-look
“Paint walls cream” — ahennessy1
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