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French Inspired Cottage & A Guest Post!

 

Hello, my friends! I am so honored to be guest posting today at one of my favorite interior design blogs, House of Turquoise.

Erin is a very good friend of mine and I am incredibly happy for her and her husband because they just welcomed their first baby! Wesley Alan is a sweet little boy that I am sure Erin is very happy to have him in her arms right now.

The post I prepared for Erin is inspired by my series “Interior Design Ideas” and it’s filled with turquoise interiors. Drop by to take a look… I think you guys will really like it!
 

Now, to our “Cottage of the Week”:

As summer starts to fade away, I can’t help but dream about a cozy and romantic getaway, far from all errands that surround my desk, and this French inspired cottage would be the perfect place for that.

Located in Stamford, Rutland, UK, this rental cottage features many of its original18th century charm. The interiors are pure romance with a delicate French flair, which would make of this cottage the ideal place for a honeymoon. 

This cottage is not only beautiful inside but also outside. With two private courtyards, it’s impossible to not want to spend lazy mornings just enjoying the sunshine and reading a classic novel.

This French inspired cottage is the kind of place that make us dream, and that’s exactly what I want you to do at this moment… forget where you are, now, you’re on vacation… in this perfectly romantic cottage.

Start Dreaming…

 

French-Inspired Cottage

This cottage is a place where you want to go and leave your watch at home. You simply don’t want the time to pass by…

French Vanilla

The interiors are very charming.

Open Concept

The cottage is compact, but very comfortable. The neutral color pallet helps make the space feel brighter and more spacious.

Design

This cottage have a sophisticated and luxurious romantic theme which flows seamlessly throughout.

Fireplace

Create a romantic ambiance with candles in your fireplace.

Creative Small Space

I love the beams and how they designed this space. It’s stylish and comfy… always love that!

Kitchen

Beautiful and relaxing hues are found in this cottage.

Cottage Kitchen

I always like seeing small kitchens that are done right, and this one is perfect for a cottage.

Dining Room

The charming dining room opens to a courtyard.

Vignette

Naturally beautiful.

French Country

Adorable landing area!

Flowers

Beauty is always in the details…

French Bedroom Design

This bedroom is so cozy! I love the architecture of the space, the  antique”headboard” and the settee.

Fais de Beaux Rêves

Lovely floral pillows. Is it romantic enough for you? :-)

Bathroom

The bathroom was also kept neutral, which is always a wise choice for bathrooms.

Courtyard 

What a lovely place to have breakfast.

Treats

Champagne or…

Fresh Bread Yummmm

.. juice? You pick! ;-)

Patio

Need some quiet time for yourself? This is a great way to have a “me-time”, isn’t it?

In the Neighborhood

The small village of Stamford is full of charming cafes and antique stores.

Rue

Beautiful!

Curb-Appeal

Let beauty grow where you live.

 

Have you ever stayed in a rental cottage? Share your experience…

 

  Click here for more info on this dreamy French-inspired cottage.

 

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This cottage inspired me to take a break and drive to my favorite cafe… croissant, anyone? :-)

Take a little break to do something you enjoy too. Let’s celebrate today!

with Love,

 

Luciane at HomeBunch.com

 

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8 Comments to 'French Inspired Cottage & A Guest Post!'

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  1. Carolyn said,

    Lovely and serene. Could tell this didn’t start out as a human abode (lack of windows for one thing), and it makes sense that it’s a converted stable. Otherwise, I would think its interior too new and pristine. Very charming, and definitely more French than English in style.

  2. Katherine said,

    We stayed here just last week:
    http://www.sageandsea.co.uk/cottages/llan-ddulas/sandpiper

    A fabulous cottage decorated in a coastal style in a great location.
    Six adults, four boys and two dogs! We had great fun and the hot tub was in constant use.

  3. Wow, Katherine!

    This cottage is fabulous! I love everything about this place… so peaceful! I am sure you guys had a great time there.

    Thank you for sharing it with us!

    xo

    Luciane

  4. Luciane,
    Como sempre suas imagens são extremamente inspiradoras! Essa última foto é demais, gostaria de poder fazer parte daquele cenário nesse momento.
    Um abraço com carinho,
    Denise

  5. This is so serene…can’t wait to read your guest post!!!

  6. Monica said,

    Love this cottage with lovely headboard, kitchen,backyard and the candles set in the fireplace I will be keeping my eye open for something similar for my fireplace.

  7. Franki said,

    I use candles during the “off” seasons in our fireplace…there IS something about a fireplace isn’t there! I’m so ready for vacation..*sigh* franki

  8. Faye said,

    Beautiful!

    I especially love the painted beams. My husband and I differ on that in our cottage, so for now, (I may try harder after seeing this to ‘nag’ lol), the beams are being left well alone!


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