14 Cottage interior decorating ideas

Less is More – A Colorful Cottage

This gorgeous home shows how selective collections combined with scale and comfort can make a small space work for a family’s needs. Organised clutter made pretty, love the bright mint, pink and blue hues used through this house! House tour from Cottages and Bungalows

Small Cottage Dining

Cottage dining area with white painted brickwork allowing more light to bounce around the room. Small mosaic round garden table and metal chairs. House Beautiful October 2014

Cottage Light Blue and White Kitchen

Pretty old kitchen with cabinets decorated in the same opaque pastel blue as the ceiling, copper pots, antique stone and the ceramic shells on the ledge above the window gives this pretty cottage kitchen a touch of the beach. Photos by James Mortimer to

Her Country Cottage

Silvia (cottage owner) wanted something cottagey, but no exposed ­rafters. I knew I wanted to use horizontal paneling. I envisioned it white and beachy and feminine. Magazine: New England Home Photographer: Laura Moss Architect: Michael Smith Builder: Country Club Homes

Mint Colored Bathroom

Mint green and white cottage bathroom featured in Better Homes & Garden Give your cottage styled bathroom a modern edge with the very in trend color of the moment: MINT!

French Country Dresser

Wonderful dresser with French vintage wares on display! From Romantic Homes Photos: Alessandra Ianniello Interior Designer: Enrica Stabile Full House Tour

French Riviera Inspired Cottage Kitchen

Intense blue and white kitchen in French cottage home inspired by the sea of the nearby French Riviera. French country kitchen with white walls and black and white checked tiled floors, antique chandelier and cabinet, accents in blue seen in the curtains, fabrics, vases

At Home in Provence

Interior designer Enrica Stabile is called upon to restore a 1930 built villa into a cosy elegant home in the Provence, South of France style The recurring theme used throughout the house  was roses, from their delicate shades to deepest tones. Great design elements to