Our Vintage Cottage Special Issue Brings Inspiration for Decorating with Antiques

Vintage Cottage
Photography by Steve Rizzo, Styling by Sidney Bragiel

Vintage CottageWe’re celebrating the heart of vintage cottage style in our latest special issue of The Cottage Journal. If you have a passion for the past, we invite you to step inside our nine featured home tours from across the country. From a guesthouse constructed from a silo in Round Top, Texas, to a restored carriage house in New England, you’ll find a variety of creative decorating ideas as homeowners share the unique stories behind their treasured collections. With plenty of charming cottages and idyllic gardens, you’re sure to come away with new insight into displaying your favorite antique wares. Take a sneak peek at the issue below and be sure to pick up your copy of Vintage Cottage today!

Hand-stitched Heirlooms

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Photography courtesy of Vintageblessings

Trish Failla shares how her family’s past fueled her passion for collecting vintage quilts. Teaming up with her daughter, Taylor, Trish launched the company Vintageblessings, an online source for antique textiles.

Stylish Silo

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Photography by Michael Hunter, Design by Jennifer Nicholas

A blend of creativity and timeworn charm, Jennifer Nicholas turns her pipe dream of upcycling a silo into a reality.

Heartfelt Home

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Photography by Michael Hunter

A lifelong lover of antiques, Patty Herron fills her Texas bungalow with cherished pieces of the past.

Garden Goals

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Photography by John O’Hagan

After a fierce storm drastically transformed the landscape, Rhonda Montgomery sets to work and brings the garden of her dreams to life.

Going Green

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Photography by Kindra Clineff

Drawing inspiration from the cottage’s lush garden, the interiors of this New England carriage house feature a green-and-white scheme.

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