Taking note from the plentiful colors of the season, the Autumn issue of The Cottage Journal tours gorgeous homes and gardens from California to Virginia. Interior design icon Dorothy Draper once said, “There seems to be within all of us an innate yearning to be lifted momentarily out of our own lives into the realm of charm and make-believe.” The sentiment is so appropriate as we present this issue filled with personal stories of people who have made their dreams come true. Take a peek at what’s inside the issue below, and then be sure to pick up your own copy on newsstands or here.
This Indianapolis, Indiana, home is nestled within a neighborhood of historic homes, so when homeowner Kelly Colby partnered with designer Tiffany Skilling to renovate the kitchen, it was only appropriate that the transformation had a penchant for the past.
Built on the site of what was once the American Workhorse Museum, this Virginia ranch-style home pays homage to its past with elegant yet rustic design.
A Place to Escape
This South Carolina farmhouse plays double duty as a relaxing getaway and a hunting lodge where friends and family can gather.
Outdoor dining has never looked better than it does on a crisp autumn evening. Follow along as we share our guide to creating this rustic and cozy harvest tablescape.
Simplified and cozy were the top requests of this Oregon homeowner for her 1990s abode’s renovation, and designer Molly Kidd of Light & Dwell gave her just that.
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