Guest Picks: Cozy Up With Cottage Comfort
I have a small collection of vintage wooden spools that I adore, and it’s so fun to see an oversize “vintage” wooden spool designed as an end table. The stenciled top cleverly lifts off for additional storage space.
When the weather gets as cold as it has this winter, I like to keep baskets filled with comfortable throws in the living room and bedrooms. This reversible throw looks cozy and cheerful, and it reminds me that spring is right around the corner.
I love the shutter doors and worn patina on this cottage-style vanity. Plus, the turquoise blue evokes memories of the beach.
I love these pallet-style, gray-washed baskets with galvanized metal trim. They would look perfect in a pantry or rustic-glam kitchen.
There is an undeniable homemade charm in fabric appliqué letters. I love the simplicity of this pillow and the positive message it carries.
Get your cottage-farmhouse charm on with this tractor seat stool. A few of these would look adorable in a farmhouse kitchen.
Even faux fireplaces look cozier when decorated with a stack of birch logs.
Oversize clocks are still a great way to fill an empty spot on a wall, and I think they often look great in the kitchen. The weathered wood and colorful numbers on this one give it a fun cottage feel.
Sure, you can use these egg baskets in your farmhouse kitchen for cookbooks or onions, but why not use them to actually collect eggs from your chickens? With the raging trend of backyard chicken coops, these baskets are perfect for daily egg-collecting duties.
Sometimes you just need to “put a bird on it” to make it feel cute and cozy. These teeny white ceramic birds are perfect for adding to any decorative vignette.
I have these exact hooks in my entryway and I love them. They are heavy, well-made and add some whimsy to the foyer.
Using elements of nature indoors is always a great way to cozy up a space. These rustic birch bark candleholders would look fantastic on a mantel or tablescape.
Large tin letters for spelling out words, or simply for monograms, make for charming accessories that add a bit of industrial charm. I love the worn patina on this one.
I love to place a silverware caddy in the middle of the dining table and allow my family to grab what they need. It looks cute and saves me from having to clean silverware unnecessarily.
I have several Jessie Steele aprons, and I just bake better when I wear one! Granted, the aprons often look cuter than the clothes I’m trying to “protect” underneath.
“You are the peanut to my butter … flip to my flop.” Could true love be explained any better than that? I think not.
Every cottage kitchen needs a pretty set of white everyday dishes. I like the simple yet ornate design on this set that makes them easy to dress up or down.
Perpetual calendars are great because they last for years, look cute on a desk and never need to be plugged in. Being surrounded by so much technology makes me crave a simpler solution for keeping track of the days.
Adding a touch of rustic charm to your space with worn wood is a great way to cozy things up! Cart tables have been trending for a long time, so they might be passé to some, but I still find them charming.
Incorporating subtly ruffled white fabrics brings charm to any cottage. This shower curtain is soft and feminine without being too froufrou.Next: So Your Style Is: Cottage