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A Beach Cottage
A Beach Cottage
Ideabooks9,152
Questions8
How can you incorporate leather furniture into a beach cottage style?
Check out Beach Cottage Design Pg 76! I wouldn't have thought it possible, but it looks very beachy.
BEACH COTTAGE IDEAS AND QUICK FIXES
5. A beach cottage makeover in SydneyOne of our very first Houzz Tours was with Sarah, the blogger behind A Beach Cottage. While her home (and our interview format) has evolved since this interview was posted, I still love perusing her easy-breezy beach style.
A Painted Cottage has used painted furniture, white, and beachy accessories to get the coastal look.
I love the way A Beach Cottage utilizes a neutral palette as a way to add in textures galore. Shells are a great part of this galore.
5. A beach cottage makeover in Sydney. One of our very first Houzz Tours was with Sarah, the blogger behind A Beach Cottage. While her home (and our interview format) has evolved since this interview posted, I still love
“The beachy feeling. Sounds stupid butis difficult to create (imo)” — patrick_be
TKP Architects
10 Reviews
Stone Cottage
Ideabooks5,676
Questions6
with circular window custom or can I purchase it commercially. This is a perfect color scheme for our cottage. Thanks in advance. Best regards, Kevin
I ADORE this cottage! The trusses are magnificent, and all the stone work is beyond beautiful! I do not see a stove or
This is perfect. Breaking ground tomorrow on mountain cottage.
What are the dimensions of this stone cottage and if not too personal, what was the cost to build it?
Can an Eames Lounge chair and ottoman fit in the cottage
Add an entry hutch. In this absolutely charming cottage, a storage piece next to the door helps create a sense of entry.
my favorite chairs in a cottage.
Love the cottage look - front door and trim almost black color too.
“The wood look” — ragjo
Clark Collins - Collins Design & Development
3 Reviews
Lombardy Lane, Laguna Beach
Ideabooks3,892
Questions7
cottage feel-lots of windows and wood clad walls-cozy but bright
The painted pine paneling , open beams, oak floors & Dutch door are original fears of this 1946 era cottage.
mantel are also original to the cottage. He set out to replace missing original features by combing favorite antiques sources; the fireplace screen (from Santa Barbara Forge & Iron), for example, was a lucky find. It has “1946” stenciled on it — the year the cottage was built.The home’s original pine
mantle are also original to the cottage. He set out to replace missing original features by combing favourite antiques sources; the fireplace screen (from Santa Barbara Forge & Iron), for example, was a lucky find. It has “1946” stenciled on it – the year the cottage was built.The home’s original pine
“family room” — lindabudinich
Traditional Living Room
Ideabooks8,045
Questions6
Note the simple rustic styling on this armoire and how it suits the other textures of this cottage.
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.
“furniture” — sherryvarga
Traditional Living Room
Ideabooks5,835
Questions6
This looks like a cozy English cottage. Love the antique boot jack bench as a coffee table. The light colors and small scale work well here.
Walls remind me of an Irish cottage
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.
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
“עיצוב מעניין” — onbbd2
Clark Collins - Collins Design & Development
3 Reviews
Lombardy Lane, Laguna Beach
Ideabooks2,507
Questions7
The entire house is painted Dunn-Edwards Cottage White.
The old oar as a nautical railing is a fun touch for this beach cottage.
all wood work painted cottage white by Dunn-Edwards. And oar as stair railing
cottage interior, exposed collar ties, stair and built-ins arrangement near
Laguna beach beach cottage
Small charming cottage w/ staircase.
Dunn-Edwards Cottage White
lake cottage...Cottage White...cottage style
“La rampe” — marieclaire54
SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.
5 Reviews
A Shelter Island fisherman's cottage
Ideabooks8,659
Questions10
Shelter island cottage furniture for 10014
cozy cottage style I'll never give up is comfy overstuffed furniture. This room keeps those pieces, but has updated its palette to black and white.
4. A Shelter Island cottage. For
For this charming cottage on Shelter Island, New York, Steve Schappacher and Rhea White took a common beachy farmhouse aesthetic and switched it up by rendering it in black and white.
In this charming cottage, Steve Schappacher and Rhea White added some graphic appeal to the usual beach-house aesthetic
“Colour palette” — ne2r2d2
Jeni Lee
My Houzz: 140 year old mud brick home
Ideabooks3,607
Questions5
bigger space, we were adamant that it did not detract from the smaller proportions of the original cottage,” Ros says. “We wanted to use local builders who felt a connection to the history behind the cottage." The couple found a British father-and-son team to design and forge exposed metal trusses to hold
bigger space, we were adamant that it did not detract from the smaller proportions of the original cottage,” Ros says. “We wanted to use local builders who felt a connection to the history behind the cottage.” The couple found a British father-and-son team to design and forge exposed metal trusses to hold
“Open plan living / mud brick / exposed trusses” — janepumpa
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