Today we’re traveling to Moscow to see a quaint cottage with warm, minimalist style. You’ll find a lot of charming details throughout the house.
The kitchen caught my eye with its tiled floor, shiplap walls, and warm wood pieces.
I wish my kitchen was large enough to house a rustic kitchen island like this one. The dual pendant lights add a nice design touch.
A pretty dining room takes residence in a corner with lots of windows. A simple wicker pendant light hangs above a round table with wicker chairs. The wood floor wears an interesting herringbone pattern.
Even though the home has defined spaces, there’s still an open feel to the quaint cottage.
A cut-out in the wall creates the illusion of more space, while a rustic shelf provides a resting spot for a row of white candles.
You might remember this entryway with staircase. I featured it in a recent post about cozy reading corners.
In the bedrooms you’ll find more textured walls and wicker furniture. Texture adds interest to the muted color palette of this quaint cottage.
The little girl’s bedroom features a cozy, custom bed. Perfect for any little princess.
Powder blue pairs with white in the bathroom with its corner tub.
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