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Shop By Cottage Style Room

Our cottage furniture and farmhouse tables have been sorted by cottage style room to help appreciate the limitless cottage furniture design possibilities we offer for any room.   Farmhouse dining tables, dining chairs and benches for the kitchen gathering area.  Casual slipcovered furniture, cottage style wicker chairs, media cabinets, and cottage area rugs for the family room.  Whatever the need – we can build it!  

For all of cottage furniture collections we provide color chips, fabric swatches, and rug samples to ensure the right choices for your cottage style design scheme.  Easy to use sample order forms are available on each cottage furniture product page.  Use our blog’s Cottage Style Inspiration Boards for color, fabric and rug decorating ideas.

Bedroom Dining Room & Kitchen Living & Family Room

Bedroom

What do you want to see when you first wake up?  How do you want to be soothed into slumber?  Your bedroom is your own private sanctuary.  Considering how much of our lives we spend asleep, investing in a bed & mattress you love is important.  Having enough storage is also a consideration.  If you have the space, a chair or bench can be very useful for bedrooms – whether you use it as a clotheshorse or as a seat for putting on shoes!  Remember to plan for your lighting needs. Cottages are often in fun locations, ensuring frequent guests, so maximizing sleeping accommodations is a must.  Daybeds and trundles are good options for small spaces to increase sleep capacity.  Low-profile footboards are also a good choice for smaller cottage rooms to provide a solid bed frame without the mass of a standard, larger footboard.

Dining Room & Kitchen

Depending on how you want to use your dining room, keep in mind you and your guests will probably linger over meals in this room.  Are your chairs comfortable?  Do you have adequate seating?  Is there a cabinet to hold your china & glassware?  Can the lighting be dimmed?  This is your chance to create a true dining experience.  Selecting your dining table can be a good place to start with design plans.  Dining rooms tend to be for more formal meals, while the kitchen table is not only where you and your family break your daily fast, it usually functions as a project center.  In today’s homes, the dining area is often part of, or adjacent to, a great room structure – therefore, it needs to relate to both the kitchen and the casual living area.  A farmhouse-style table is one of the most versatile tables for any design aesthetic.

 Living & Family Room

First, how often do you use your living room?  Is it reserved for company or does it get everyday use?  If you do a lot of formal entertaining, you’ll approach the design of your living room differently than if it is the center of your family life.  Whatever style you want to employ, every living room needs comfortable seating, sufficient lighting, and tables to hold cocktails or magazines.  What’s the focal point?  Does the room invite you in?  Most importantly, do the furnishings and décor reflect the ambiance you want to create in your home?  Online shopping is easy and intuitive. You can see everything available for cottage style living and family rooms with all the options and colors to customize your décor.  To help the design process we provide color chips, fabric swatches and rug samples.

Study & Office Outdoor

Study & Office

Is your home office for personal or business use, or a little bit of both?  What sort of atmosphere should it have?  How much storage do you need?  Any unused corner of your home can be turned into a functional communication center.  The nature of the space and the requirements of the activities you pursue in it will guide the way you set it up, but remember, it’s still part of your home and should reflect the look you are trying to achieve.  Be realistic – it doesn’t matter how cute your desk & chair are if they’re not comfortable to sit and work at!  Even in your cottage, there is a need to stay connected, so a desk and computer station is usually part of the overall design plan.  Why not have fun with the color?

Outdoor

Decorate your outside “room” just like you would any indoor living space.  First, decide how you will use it.  Think beyond just relaxing and grilling – do you want an outdoor dining area or would you rather have a cozy conversation nook?  Do you need a gardening area?  Today’s all-weather furniture, fabrics & rugs allow you to create the porch of your dreams!  Whatever’s on your porch agenda, plan for privacy so you can truly relax and enjoy the space.  Consider the seasons – shading is essential in the rainy spring and hot summer, while a fire pit or outdoor heaters allows you to enjoy your outdoor space long into the autumn and early winter.

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