The welcoming cottage garden in front of a cape-style home uses a successful mix of colorful plants in a variety of heights and textures. The homes edges are softened with the use of climbing plants, and weathered wood features are continued through the garden to continue the hardscape palette throughout and create a cohesive design.
This cottage-style entry garden features a constructed naturalistic pond with a gazebo and wetland plants. This welcoming garden complements the 160-year-old Cape-style house. The steel gazebo provides a shady vantage point from which to view the house and gardens.
A white picket fence helps provide the structure for the this gorgeous cottage-style garden. Another perennial garden surrounds the gazebo, which is illuminated at night. Posted by HGTV fan retired editor.
A cottage-style bulb garden is bisected by a gravel pathway outlined with stone bricks. The texture of the hardscape lends to the cottage feel of the overall garden and doesn't take away from the beauty of the blooming yellow and white bulbs.
A vibrant purple-flowering vine spills over an antique metal gazebo nestled amongst the verdant plants of a formal cottage-style garden. Planting the garden up against the gazebo helps to soften the structure's edges and creates a cohesive design. The gazebo offers a comfortable vantage point from which to view the wetland-like pond and the rest of the lush cottage garden.
With a garden this beautiful, you'll want to provide plenty of opportunity for you or your guests to contemplate the exquisite surroundings. Perfect for both grand and cottage gardens, a French-style metal cafe table and chairs give a touch of the Tuileries to this Charleston courtyard garden.
A garden of yellow tulips and daffodils blossom in this cottage style garden. Planting bulbs separately from other blooming shrubs allows the tulips and daffodils' beautiful blooms to be the focus and so they don't compete with other flowers.
A stone path winds through lavish garden to a cottage-style patio in this charming backyard. Bold red chairs imitate the blossoming hues of surrounding flowers in the greenery as they sit around a fire pit.
Located just sixteen miles outside of Boston, this newly built Lighthouse style home elegantly pays deference to the Manor Home farther up the hill, while still being casual enough to compliment the property's other summer cottage next door. The two lower structures, the Lighthouse and the summer cottage, share an intimate garden that is tucked away behind the stone retaining wall.
The flowering plants are primarily pink, white, yellow and blue, a soft palette that complements the natural shingles of the home. Flowering shrubs, roses, perennials, annuals and spring bulbs ensure that the garden is in bloom from March until late fall. Plants like iris, alliums, echinacea, roses and foxglove emphasize the cottage style of this colorful garden.
For a homeowner with a deep love of gardening and a fondness for English cottage style, Wright-Ryan Millwork created custom cabinets of white pine finished with a specially mixed stain of brown and yellow hues. Flat panel cabinets have adjustable, roll-out shelving inside, and concealed European hinges and soft-close drawers. Decorative feet beneath the sink adds cottage flavor.
The pale pistachio used on the walls of this bedroom keep it looking like a spring garden. Understated damask wallpaper and cottage-style fabrics create a charming atmosphere in the space. The upholstered x-base bench is an unexpected twist to the design, and keeps the look feeling fresh and updated.