Welcome to the sixty-sixth post in the series
"Living Large in Small Spaces".
From the charming front porch we enter into a bright and cheery sunroom.
Aqua sets the peaceful tone. White trim is classic American cottage.
Green expands the color palette. When I first saw this room I thought "sea glass".
The raised ceiling and natural light from the skylights make this small room seem larger.
Little touches of white add so much to this color scheme.
The scale of the furniture is just right.
Clearly this vintage cottage has been updated, yet its delightful character has been preserved.
Love the kitchen.
If one can't have a kitchen window over the sink, then a charming cabinet with open shelves to display pretty dishware is the next best thing.
The bedroom is a comfortable size. I'm normally not drawn to upholstered headboards, however this one really softens the room.
Pretty tile in the bathroom echoes colors from the rest of the cottage.
No beach cottage would be complete without an outdoor shower.
I think this sweet little cottage lives pretty large. How about you?
Erin of the beautiful blog Just Grand and her husband own this delightful vacation home. You can visit Erin's blog here.
Join me next Saturday for another post in the special series
Living Large in Small Spaces
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