Get the cozy home of your dreams with these tips for creating a classic cottage look
Adding warmth to a wood-and-white dining space, these mismatched chairs and the deck door are painted shades of green.
Add accessories made of natural materials like these napkin rings crafted from solid acacia wood.
Here, an accessory palette of blues and greens creates a beach-cottage vibe. Above the kitchen bar, a cluster of ceramic pendant lights helps make the space feel intimate.
Choose dinnerware in rich colors like this orange set (with a subtle ombre finish) that'll make your dining space feel like summer any time of year.
Let book collections serve as art. Display books by subject so each shelf tells a story.
Brighten up a bed or living room seating by layering colorfully patterned textiles.
Don't use your garage? Consider redesigning it as a guesthouse, art studio, or den. Here, a stand-alone garage was converted into a bedroom.
Cottages often have space constraints. In the kitchen, choose dishes and culinary tools that have style and character.
No cottage would be complete without woven baskets—they add a textural element to a space while providing storage solutions.
Add pillows and call any corner nap time. Here, what was once a home's covered front porch now functions as a window seat in the backyard.