The Distinctive Cottage

Category: Farmhouse & Country

Rooms to Love: Easy Elegance #diningrooms #casualelegance #cottagedecor #roomstolove
Cottage Style

Rooms to Love: Easy Elegance

A beautiful blend of old, worn and weathered pieces, along with crisp and clean architectural details, this cottage style dining room is truly unique. The rug has a faded quality to it that makes this room feel so loved and lived in. #cottagediningrooms #casualelegance #cottagedecor #roomstolove

Design Tip: Laundry Room Styles #vintageaccents #charmingdecor #laundryroom
Coastal & Beach House

Design Tip: Laundry Room Styles

Browsing online we always see these absolutely beautiful laundry rooms that inspire the desire to redecorate this nook of the home immediately! The approach to decorating your laundry room shouldn’t be much different than any other room in your home. #cottagedecor #designtips #laundryrooms

Inspiration Board: Lake House Entryway #farmhouselook #lakehousedecor #lakehouse #lodgedecor

Inspiration Board: Lakeside Cabin Entryway

Looking for ideas to decorate your entryway? This inspiration board pulls together different pieces, like benches, an accent table, rugs, and throw pillows for a cozy and practical lake house entryway. #farmhouselook #lakehousedecor #lakehouse #lodgedecor

Color Board: Rustic Farmhouse Decor #farmhousedecor #colorboard #countrydecor #fallcolors

Color Board: Rustic Farmhouse Decor

The concept for this rustic style color board began with the “Country Dream” canvas. The imagery is so peaceful, quiet, and calm – that is what we wanted to evoke in the color scheme. #farmhousedecor #colorboard #countrydecor #fallcolors

Rooms To Love: Pretty In Pink #decoratingwithpink #slipcoveredsofas #reclaimedwoodtables #cottagestyle
Cottage Style

Rooms To Love: Pretty in Pink

This cottage style living room has us thinking pink with it’s soft color palette and half-painted wall. #decoratingwithpink #slipcoveredsofas #reclaimedwoodtables #cottagestyle

Design Tip: Shades of Orange #orangedecor #decoratingwithorange #orangelivingroom #orangeaccents #cottagelivingroom #cottagestyle

Design Tip: Orange Decor

Most of us associate orange decor with the vintage look of the 1970’s, but in today’s modern and colorful home, it is making a comeback in a big way! Shades of orange create a warm, inviting, and friendly ambiance that expresses a more whimsical and adventurous cottage decorating style.

Cottage Style

Get the Look: French Country Cottage

We always love seeing a space where different styles come together for a reinvented look, and that’s why we adore this eclectic French Country cottage. #frenchcountrystyle #countrycottage #wickerandwhite #wickerchairs #bluestripedchair #frenchcountrystyle

Get the Look: Farmhouse Dining
Cottage Style

Get the Look: Farmhouse Dining

The beauty of farmhouse style furniture is in the imperfections! Distressed and weathered finishing provides a lived-in and worn look, adding a unique element to the decor. This space showcases the rustic farmhouse dining table in a simple and easy manner, with the table as the focal point, and only a couple of other pieces accenting the charming table. The soft palette of linen white and cool blue allows the natural wood undertones to show through the painted finishes. An elegant chandelier in wood completes this imperfectly perfect look.

Rooms To Love: Cool Pastels #cottagestyle #femininestyle #elegantlivingrooms #decoratingwithpastels #cottagesofas
Cottage Style

Rooms To Love: Cool Pastels

This feminine space is a sweet medley of silvery gray, blush, icy blue, and metallic gold with an emphasis on soft textures and subtle lines. The floral accents are threaded throughout and really accentuate the delicate nature of the space, while the plush pillows and feather stuffed bench cushion provide a cushy seating spot just for two.


Design Tip: Beadboard Paneling

This beautiful cottage style bedroom is a perfect example of how beadboard can really make a statement. The stunning blue paint on the walls really emphasizes the horizontal beadboard wall covering, and brings a whole new level of charisma to the space. You will also notice that the beadboard is used on the ceiling as well. A small, but important, design detail in using multiple beadboard surfaces is to switch up the sizing of the panels as well as the direction that they run. The ceiling slats are smaller and positioned vertically, and the wall slats are slightly larger and positioned horizontally. This helps to break up any monotony or over-stimulation you might feel if the beadboard was the same everywhere.