Category: Cottages

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White Painted Brick Exterior and a Shabby Cottage Chic Trailer

What does white paint on brick exterior and a little tow-behind trailer turned shabby cottage chic have in common?  Penny and her husband’s painted brick exterior with white paint completely transformed their homes appearance.  And, they changed the appearance of their trailer.  When the trailer is not in use, it …

Martha’s Vineyard Cottage Home Tour

Martha’s Vineyard Cottage Home Tour is an exceptionally cute cottage that sits smack on the edge of the beach along Vineyard Sound.  It has two bedrooms and one bathroom.  A wonderful little weathered deck perfect to take in the close ocean views. The interior is beach, shabby chic style.  White …

Tropical Cottage Style House in the Bahamas

Discover this open living tropical cottage style house photographed by Brenda Olde in Parrot Cay, Bahamas.  Brenda Olde’s story about the island cottage on Houzz, tells of a couple named Dave and Phoebe Gale who went to the Bahamas as newlyweds in 1954 and never left.  I’ve tried to talk …

Irish Thatched Roof Cottages

Thatched roof cottages for St. Patrick’s Day.  I found a small rural Irish cottage with a red door, red window trim, and re-thatched roof for sale along with other thatched roof cottages in Ireland.  

Tybee Island Mermaid Manor Cottage circa 1935

A little place of heaven on earth is Mermaid Cottages on Tybee Island in Georgia.  A perfect home away from home is all of their cottages. Today I am featuring Mermaid Manor Cottage. A fully renovated historic cottage decorated mermaid beach style with local art and vintage treasures. The cottage …

Enchanting Fairy-tale English Cottages

I am still in England today, so to speak, showing enchanting English cottages.  These fairy-tale type cottages are in England and have ivy or moss growing on them.  A comment I saw sums it up for me.  “Oh thine beautiful England, I doth thee my cap!” A reader sent me …