What a Charmer
Exposed cabinetry, wood floors, vintage lighting and a retro sink are the stars in this charming kitchen.
Open shelving is a trademark cottage look. By distressing and painting the wood on this built-in unit, Ackerman Interiors has created a perfect spot to display a vintage china collection.
Paint It White
Off-white cabinets, beadboard, handmade accessories and wooden floors make this kitchen quintessentially cottage.
Wicker is a great choice for accessories in the cottage-style kitchen.
Designer Dave Stimmel embraces chandeliers, toile and gold in this eclectic kitchen. The rustic look of exposed-stone walls mixed with the ultra-feminine mantel and backsplash work well in cottage style.
Two of a Kind
Beadboard and painted cabinets are popular choices in cottage kitchens. Why not combine the two for a unique look?
Not Your Grandma's Kitchen
Lacquered antler chandeliers and bamboo lattice-back dining chairs are a whimsical touch in this room by Don Raney. Painted crown molding against a hunter-green wall assures that the room isn't too funky.
Cottage style lends itself to more than a rural landscape. This kitchen and dining area uses white cabinets, light green paint and nautical touches to create a seaside cottage look.
Toiles of the Trade
Pink toile wallpaper along with curtained cabinets give this nook a comfortable femininity.
Judith Balis uses floral valences, white cabinets, beadboard, lace and a pop of red to create cozy cottage style. Functional touches like an overhead unit for hanging pots and pans are welcome in the cottage kitchen.
The early 1900s flush-mount fixtures in this galley kitchen give it the charming look of yesteryear. Calming sea-foam green paint brightens the retro-inspired cabinetry.
Exposed cabinets, vintage light fixtures, wicker baskets and bright pops of Granny Smith green against a neutral background put a modern take on cottage style.