This Special Issue Is a Dream for Vintage Lovers

Photography by John O’Hagan, Styling by Sidney Bragiel

Blending timeless and contemporary décor remains a popular trend and always adds to your personal style. For this special issue of The Cottage Journal, we crisscross the country sharing creative ways to bring unique vintage style ideas into your home. We spotlight interior designers and homeowners who have been able to create handsome spaces with a collected feel. Whether it’s a weekend country escape or a chic urban dwelling, fill your home with all your favorites from collected antiques and keepsakes to flea market finds and salvaged accessories, making your cottage completely unique. Take a sneak peek at the issue below and then bring the inspiration to your own home by getting your own copy! 

Shiplap and Shells

Photography by Kim Robinson

After living in a suburban new build for years, Kim Robinson, the blogger behind Shiplap and Shells, and her husband took the plunge and purchased their dream home—a 1920s coastal cottage. 

Antiques Attraction

Photography by Michael Hunter

This Texas antiques dealer gives fresh life to a historic 1900s cottage charmer. 

New Build with History

Photography by Michael Hunter, Interior designs by Margaret Chambers

Dubbed “Coyote Crossing” for the wildlife that wanders the land, this new-build Texas farmhouse is a tribute to five generations of family through heirlooms and antiques aplenty.

Charleston Charmer

Photography by Julia Lynn, Interior designs by J.P. Horton, Architectural designs by Beau Clowney Architects, Built by Morris Construction

A mindful makeover restored timeless beauty to this cozy South Carolina home.

The Value of Vintage

Photography by John O’Hagan, Styling by Sidney Bragiel

For Alabama shop owner Beth Hubrich, decorating with vintage finds brings back sweet memories of home.

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