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The Cottage Journal Special Issues
Charming Fences • Often considered the epitome of peaceful living, white picket fences are making a comeback and imparting style and allure to cottages of all sizes.
French Body Pitchers • Once commonplace tools in European homes, these utilitarian pieces are now valued—and collected—for fashion over function.
Pocket Neighborhood • This cluster of enchanting cottages is as well designed as it is charming. See how prudent planning and lessons from past communities bring neighbors closer together.
A Classic Combination • The perfect pairing of blue and white creates cheerful surroundings in a home filled with favorite things.
Picture Perfect • White walls make an ideal canvas for a collage of antique finds.
Farmhouse in the City • Although this family is surrounded by the hustle and bustle of Los Angeles, California, their tranquil home is an oasis of comfort and style. See how they make two seemingly dissimilar worlds work in perfect harmony.
Fresh Take on Traditional Style • A homeowner transforms this 1940s-era bungalow into a contemporary space while still honoring its heritage.
Home Sweet Harbor • A pristine setting, evocative materials, and well-chosen touches all come together to make this shoreline residence a place to permanently set your anchor.
Love Street Cottage • This growing Southern city is laden with quiet cozy streets packed with jewel box cottages just waiting to be refurbished.
Embracing the View • Nestled alongside the May River in South Carolina, this modern farmhouse encapsulates the charming tranquility of the Lowcountry.
Blue Like the River • The perfect example of Southern hospitality, this small-scale cottage is filled to the brim with sunny coastal style.
Garden on the Hill • An intimate little garden flourishes in cottage-style splendor.
Something Old, Something New • Brick, boxwoods, and architectural details tie old and new together in this lush summer garden.
Beauty in Bloom • Homeowner Wendy White was never much of a gardener before she planted her first hydrangea bush in 1989. In the years since, her garden has grown to encircle her house and creep into the surrounding woods, covering the Whites’ property in a blanket of green leaves dotted with colorful flower blossoms. Under Wendy’s tender care and attention—up to eight hours a day—her hydrangeas return each year, brightening her days with spectacular color and vibrancy from March through November.
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