cottagey


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cottagey

(ˈkɒtɪdʒɪ)
adj
of or resembling a cottage
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The guide says: "Charming inn in beautiful spot, with cottagey bar, tasty food and well kept ales; comfortable bedrooms.
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The house has many attractive features with low deep window sills, ceiling roses and picture rails, but with a cottagey feel despite its substantial size.
My client, Veronica Meuser, wanted the home to feel comfortable, updated and elegant without formality--a cottagey feeling without the cliches," says Raybon.
The cream decor and cottagey furniture contrast with some interesting artwork which add splashes of colour, and the food is picture perfect too.
Not only are they the most pickable of cottagey flowers, making the most beautiful of bouquets or kitchen table bunches, they have the best fragrance, too.
Not only are they the most pickable of cottagey flowers, making the most beautiful bouquets or kitchen table bunches, but they have the best fragrance, too.
At the moment I'm renting a house from a 65-year-old woman - it's all very cottagey.
But when the prevailing decor is casual, cottagey or comfortable, books can echo this by not being too rigorously organised.
With a newly-built extension and extra-high ceilings, the old, cosy and cottagey blended with light, airy modernity.
Tara said: "We've got quite different tastes when it comes to prints and paintings but we both like the warm cottagey look - so we've tried to keep that going throughout the house.