Laguna Beach Cottage Flawlessly Restored

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This is a tiny Laguna beach cottage that was brought back to life.  The cottage was in shambles, but there is no way to tell by looking at it today. It was restored to how it would have looked in 1946 by Collins Design & Development. 

The floors, lighting, doors and windows are original.  The kitchen and bathrooms were remodeled.  This idyllic Laguna beach cottage is called Lombardy Lane. It’s incredible what a small house can look like, this one has a lot of charming details.

I’ve done other Laguna beach cottages to see like Cozy Corner beach cottage and Beach Cottage in Laguna.

It’s a tiny Laguna beach cottage of 950 square feet.  I would like a bit more room than that, but it’s such a classic beauty, I think most people would be happy to call it home.

Laguna Beach Cottage Flawlessly Restored TINY LAGUNA BEACH COTTAGE

Beach style living room - Houzz
Lombardy Lane beach cottage - Houzz
I like the Tradewinds sign and built-in cabinet that inspires me to cut a hole in the wall and make one like it.
Beach cottage - Houzz
Fun vintage swimsuits give a nod to the beach and the by-gone era of 1946 when the cottage was built.
Laguna Beach Cottage dining
Perfect how the round table fits into the window seating so no chairs crowd the tiny dining area.  I am amazed at the original light fixture.
Laguna Beach Cottage

Another great built-in cabinet and the fancy scroll work is reminiscent of the cottage’s history.

Lombardy Lane bedroom - Houzz
I like all the windows in the home including this bedroom window and matching door that opens to an unexpected terrace.
It is hard to say good-bye to this picturesque place.
See the rest of Laguna Beach cottage and other projects by Collins Design & Development on Houzz.
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