Cottage Details

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When asked what I am Hooked on this Friday… It would still be cottages and the detailed uniqueness each has…


Curved Roof lines…


Close up …Look at the patina on front side of dormers.


Ahhh… Another Purple door


Green Panelled Doors


~Simply Yummy!~

“All in the Details”… as they say. Look at the siding, the wrought iron railings and window boxes, the masonry. Artist still abound around us. Life is beautiful if we choose to sincerely stop and take a look at all that is around us.

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Enjoy your weekend!



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May 29, 2009 at 12:30 am | cottages | 19 comments


19 responses to “Cottage Details”

  1. Oh how very charming!  In each case, their shape alone suggests storybook home!  Thank you for sharing these delightful photographs.  ~Arleen

  2. Kellie says:

    Wow! That purple door with the white around it is beautiful.

    Thank you for your lovely comment too 🙂 Kellie

  3. These are wonderful. I love looking and getting ideas for my own little corner of the cottage world!
    Thanks for sharing~
    All Things Heart and Home

  4. mannequin says:

    oh dear. That last house is the epitome of charming, isn’t it?

  5. Chie says:

    Hi Lady,
    I know you can’t post at my blogsite, but no worries, it’s k… am still doing my routine peeking my fav blogs.

    OMG! Looks like a fairy land/house. WOuld choose the last one. Hmmm… you know what? This is what I choose of what I want to have in my Philippines beach house (building meanwhile) finish end of this year. Hopefully!

    Loving & dying to go & visit the owner’s of each of this house…NOW! *wink

    Have a happy Friday…

  6. Terry Kearns says:

    I can’t quite take that  Gothic turbo cottage. But I’ll take purple doors almost anytime.

  7. They all look fabulous and very unique!

  8. DesignTies says:

    These are wonderful houses. As you said, they all have lots of wonderful details. And love the purple door 🙂

    The first house almost looks like a house you would see in a fairytale 🙂

    Kelly @ DesignTies

  9. What beautiful cottages! I can’t get over the roof lines and patina on the first house. I would love a peek inside these babies!


  10. Struggler says:

    Wow, some of these ‘cottages’ are quite large homes!  But they do have beautiful details; I expect their owners are thrilled to live there.

  11. teresa says:

    I so could live in that first home- holy cow it’s cute.
    Thanks for sharing.

  12. Love the curved dormers!

  13. Sue says:

    Claudia,  I  couldn’t sleep this am so I’m catching up w/my blog reading. These houses are to die for! The character and details that were put into them makes me want an older home w/character- altho not all of these houses are old…   Your photos are so crisp and clear,too.  Are these cottages anywhere near YOU?  Thanks for your comments ~ I truly appreciate them. Hugs, Sue

  14. Hi Claudia,  I discovered your blog through the Hooked on Fridays blog party.  I’m hooked on cottages, too.  But, I just wanted to say I love your banner.  It is so pretty!  Very inviting.  Thanks for sharing.

  15. Fifi Flowers says:

    Those are FAB cottages… LOVE this fist one and the one with the turquoise garage door… thanks for sharing!

  16. The Muse says:

    They actually breathe, they whisper…cottages are alive…!
    What a wonderfully beautiful post! 🙂
    Just gorgeous!!!

  17. John Goddard says:

    Truly wonderful cottage photos from your May 2009 site.
    Can you please tell me where the first cottage is located.
    I would love to make one for my lake property.
    Perhaps I could contact the owner if  I knew the address.
    I’m in Georgia.
    Many Thanks,

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