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Randolph Cottage: Charming Home Tour

Today’s charming home tour is filled with warm and cozy appeal. You’ll find texture and vintage treasures within the walls of Randolph Cottage. Built by Bret Franks Construction, this endearing charmer is part of the Southern Living Plan Collection. The home is decorated by Park Hill Home. This is such a beautiful home, I think you’re going to love it!

The entryway sets the stage for what’s to come. Neutral tones are paired with texture and architectural details, and the cow print hints at the farmhouse style you’ll find inside. I love the color of the chest and am thinking I now want to paint my dry sink the same color.

Neutral Tones in a Traditional EntrywayPhoto by Bret Franks Construction, Inc.


The living room is beautiful with all its detailing. Weathered brick frames the fireplace with its white painted molding. The bookcases are rich with their arched opening and mix of wood and paint. An old steamer trunk adds character with a simple yet pretty light fixture suspended overhead. And another cow makes the scene beneath one of those adorable windows.

Neutral Farmhouse Living RoomPhoto by Bret Franks Construction, Inc.


A slightly (and purposely) worn French Country settee takes center stage between a pair of windows. What do you think of the basket of foliage on the wall?  I rather like it, but we all have our own taste.

French Country SetteePhoto by Bret Franks Construction, Inc.


The kitchen oozes farmhouse style with wooden bread boards gracing the wall and a rustic super market sign suspended over the kitchen island. Subway tile adds a classic touch.

Farmhouse Kitchen at Randolph CottagePhoto by Bret Franks Construction, Inc.


The dining room has the type of rustic farmhouse table I’ve been hoping to find. Tufted side chairs lend a bit of elegance and French charm to the space.

French Country Farmhouse Dining RoomPhoto by Bret Franks Construction, Inc.


A wall of French doors lead outside to the beautiful patio.

Farmhouse PorchPhoto by Bret Franks Construction, Inc.


A pair of leather Chesterfield sofas face off in the family room in Randolph Cottage. I’ve always wanted a Chesterfield!

Family Room with Leather Chesterfield SofasPhoto by Bret Franks Construction, Inc.


Upstairs you’ll find a cozy little nook with a charming trophy lamp.

Hallway NookPhoto by Bret Franks Construction, Inc.


A girl’s room wears soft colors. I love the mix of textiles and the metal bed is so charming. The light fixture has the same elements as the bed below.

Feminine Farmhouse BedroomPhoto by Bret Franks Construction, Inc.


Matching twin beds are found in the boys’ room with matching bedding in neutral tones. The dog pillows and picture add a fun, personal touch.

Boys Bedroom in Neutral TonesPhoto by Bret Franks Construction, Inc.


The master bedroom has a soaring ceiling with a gorgeous chandelier. A sliding barn door leads to the beautiful master bathroom on the far end of the room.

Master Farmhouse BedroomPhoto by Bret Franks Construction, Inc.


I truly love this beautiful home and I think it just might be my favorite of all the homes I’ve featured. It will definitely be my inspiration for future decorating!

Randolph Cottage FarmhousePhoto by Bret Franks Construction, Inc.

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  1. I like the foliage between the window. It is perfect with the window and the period of the sofa.
    WE have to remember we DON’T always have to spend money. Just look around you!

    What color or shade is the chest you want to use to paint your dry sink? Can’t really tell from the photo. Details?????

    I like the well used stool by the girl’s bed. I think someone personalized the ceiling lamp and footboard in that room.

    I agree, I could move in here. I like the front of the house as well. Wouldn’t change a thing..

    I will try copying things from here as well! Thank you!

    PS Do we know where to search for the furnishings?

    1. Hi Nan!

      You are so right! We don’t have to spend money to decorate and I do love bringing nature indoors. Right now I’m missing my cutting garden! But I’ve seen beautiful dried foliage outside and need to make an arrangement with it.

      The color on that chest reminds me of French Linen by Annie Sloan Chalk Paint, which is probably what I’m going to use on the dry sink. You can see the color here: https://www.anniesloan.com/french-linen-chalk-paint.html.

      The home was decorated by Park Hill Home/Park Hill Collection. You can look for a store in your area on their website: http://parkhillcollection.com/. Lucky for me, there’s a store not too far from us that carries the collection.

      I’m happy you enjoyed today’s tour. I always wonder if my readers will like the homes I feature. 🙂

  2. I always love Southern Living house plans or, actually, Southern Living anything. I guess I’m just a southern girl at heart. ???? Btw, I just read a WSJ article about the new decorating trend—maximalism. Not sure any of us want to take decorating advice from the WSJ, but I found it interesting. What do you think, Jennifer?

  3. Love the wood pieces here-very warm and welcoming, the wall foliage (3D art!), the supermarket sign, the pizza peels on the wall (or cutting boards?, the leather sofas, ect).
    Not so fond of the pale walls, pale trim thing going on. Either darken the walls a bit, or the trim.
    Sorry, just not a fan of the white on white (or layered neutrals), as in this (and many) cases. Nice home, though. 🙂

  4. Beautiful cozy and welcoming home. I do like the big basket of florals on the wall between the windows, but would prefer it pared down just a bit.
    Surprisingly, I do like the white on pale paint on walls and woodwork, but would prefer the color of the master bedroom throughout the house.
    Loved the girl’s pink bedroom EXCEPT for the rough and (to me, anyway) quite ugly textile on the bedskirt. I’m not a fan of burlap either and this goes way past burlap if the intention was to introduce a fabric to counter the femininity of the room.
    But, each to their own – 99% of it was wonderful.

  5. In the entryway; just stunning to me! And, I collect ‘cow prints’; could you please tell me if this print is available – and, if so, where? The décor of the Randolph Cottage is beautifully peaceful in the finest way…..

  6. Can you tell me where the metal bed in the girls room can be purchased? It looks like a gate & it’s so adorable!


  7. Perfection, not too much and not too little. Really loved every thoughtful vignette. Great Inspiration! Thanks for sharing, Juli