Release your creative juices and imagine the varied ways to incorporate shutters into your decorating scheme.
Jadeite became popular in the 1950s and today the delightful green dishware brightens tables just as it did more than 60 years ago.
This vintage mountain cottage, which once belonged to a miner, in Park City, Utah has a proud simplicity in its squared walls, paned glass, and snug size.
Despite its tiny footprint, this garden-inspired California cottage lives large. As 1950s cottage nestled in the hills above Los Angeles, this home overflows with character and heart.
Whether it’s blossoming in the ground, dried in a wreath, or harvested for it’s essential oils, lavender is a beautiful asset to any gardener.
After downsizing over the years, Brenda Speller’s tiny Katrina cottage has just enough space for simple seaside living.
For the owners of Rose Story Farm, life is indeed a bed of roses—acres and acres of roses!
Thoughts of retiring by the lake with time to golf, read, and relax were on the minds of these homeowners when they built their dream lakeside getaway.
A New England artist crafts shabby-chic beach décor using repurposed glass frames and handfuls of local shells and sea life.
If you’ve purchased an herb wreath from an upscale catalog company lately, there’s a good chance it was designed and created at Creekside Farms in California.
This guest house takes a page from classic cottage beach dwellings of the early 1900s with historic details and rooms designed to highlight the island views.
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Set on verdant Whidbey Island in Washington state, this home gives a nod to its history while showcasing some of the best elements of modern cottage design.
By knocking down a few walls, these homeowners now have a kitchen area that is both beautiful and functional for their growing family.