Filled with vibrant palettes and plenty of pattern, our Summer issue of The Cottage Journal celebrates the highly anticipated revival of colorful interiors. From beach bungalows nestled along Florida’s coast to a historic home filled with charm in Texas and a cozy Canadian vacation cottage, our five home tours feature dreamy designs along with the heartfelt stories behind them. Enjoy lush garden views and glean tips for creating a cottage garden of your own. And collectors won’t want to miss our feature on hand-painted tole trays. Preview the issue below and pick up your copy today!
Palm Beach Pretty
Lilly Pulitzer’s playful prints and vibrant hues inspire the dazzling designs of this beach bungalow reserved for overnight guests.
A Fresh Start
Interior designers Gordon Kessler and Larry Johnson of Gordon + Johnson turned an essentially blank canvas into a home that feels fresh, feminine, and classic.
Cultivating Cottage Charm
From incorporating winding paths to using clever containers, we’ve rounded up the essential elements to creating an enchanting outdoor oasis.
Serving Up Sunny Style
A fresh and fun transitional makeover brings a 1960s kitchen well into this century, blending contemporary conveniences with timeless touches.
With travels abroad put on hold, these homeowners turned to Ontario-based designer Rebecca Hay to create a haven a little closer to home.