More Show Cottage Trilogy

 

alfresco dining

This is the perfect time of the year to enjoy alfresco dining.

 

“More is more and less is a bore”—a quote attributed to Iris Apfel. “More” is what we are featuring on the blog today—more of the Cashiers Historical Society Designer Show Cottages.

All three in-town cottages have access to all the village fun. If you missed Wednesday’s post be sure to click on over and have a look at the first cottage post.

Enjoy the rest of the tour.

container garden

Faux boise planters—always a good idea!

 

bench seating

This bench simply pulls up to the table.

 

pink and orange daybed

Daybed heaven in the ‘Dick and Jane’ bedroom.

 

pink and orange bathroom/bedroom

This bath is just off the pink and orange ‘Dick and Jane’ bedroom.

 

summer house porch

This blue hydrangea porch is by The Summer House in Highlands.

 

Lynn Monday bedroom

This calm canopy bed room is by Lynn Monday.

 

Lynn Monday bedroom

Champagne anyone?

 

large mirror and marble chest

This chest could sit in an entry hall or dining room too.

 

masster bathrrom ideas

The master bathroom features a great built-in towel storage idea.

 

twig chest

This room featured rustic details.

 

rustic room

The other side of the rustic study room.

 

room lighting

The lighting was beautiful when I photographed this room—great chest and table.

 

blue and green room

Blue and green fill this guest room featuring another daybed.

 

sheep statue

This little cutie welcomes all.

 

bathroom bench

Very cute bathroom bench idea.

 

daybed

One more daybed with a doggie daybed, too—more is more!

 

aqua and red, Prince Harry

I love aqua and red together and there was a life size Prince Harry in this room.

 

faux bamboo chest

We all need more slipper chairs and faux bamboo.

 

white pagodas

I might need these white pagodas and maybe this wallpaper!

 

front porch

Welcome to one of the cottages.

 

container garden

The perfect way to welcome your guest.

 

xo♥, Lissy
All photos by Lissy Parker for lissyparker.com. You are welcome to ‘borrow’ my photos—just please credit and link the source.

 

September 27, 2017
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    Victoria

    September 29, 2017

    Thanks so much for snapping and sharing these Lissy. I was unable to make it up to see the show this year. Always love Francie’s and Lynn’s spaces.

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