Welcome to the sixty-fourth post in the series
"Living Large in Small Spaces".
The stone cottage owned by Caroline and Anthony Borgman was voted Best Cottage in Period Living Readers’ Awards 2010.
Throughout the cottage the couple, who did much of the reno work themselves, has maintained the character of the original structure with its Cotswold stone.
An area in the entrance hall serves as the dining room. Space under the stairs is utilized for cabinetry.
Bespoke base kitchen cabinets were custom made, and painted and distressed by Caroline. Anthony built the wall cupboards.
Caroline, who works in the fashion industry, has created a warm, cozy, enchanting interior. Her choice of a mostly neutral color palette with subtle touches of color ensures the cottage is bright and cheerful.
The couple found antique pine doors to replace the more modern pine doors that had been installed by previous owners in the 1990's.
The tiny master bedroom is big on charm.
Their daughter's bedroom is little girl perfect.
I expect to see Peter Pan float through the window of this charming room.
I'm crazy about this bathroom and seriously want those towels.
I don't know about you, but I'm in love with this darling cottage. Do you feel inspired?
Source: Period Living
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Living Large in Small Spaces
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