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Victoria Special Issues

Cottage Style 2019

Victoria Special Issues

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United States
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Hoffman Media
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EDITORIALEDITOR-IN-CHIEF Phyllis Hoff man DePianoEDITOR Jordan MarxerMANAGING EDITOR Melissa LesterASSOCIATE EDITOR Karen CallawayASSISTANT EDITOR Leslie BennettSENIOR COPY EDITOR Rhonda Lee LotherCOPY EDITORS Meg Lundberg, Barbara McCarthyEDITORIAL ASSISTANT Kassidy AbernathyCREATIVE DIRECTOR/PHOTOGRAPHY Mac JamiesonSENIOR PHOTOGRAPHER John O’HaganPHOTOGRAPHERS Jim Bathie, William Dickey, Nicole Du Bois, Stephanie Welbourne SteeleGROUP CREATIVE DIRECTOR Deanna Rippy GardnerART DIRECTOR Karissa BrownCONTRIBUTING ART DIRECTOR Deana CallisonSTYLIST Melissa Sturdivant SmithTEST KITCHEN DIRECTOR Irene YehASSISTANT TEST KITCHEN DIRECTOR Melissa GrayFOOD STYLISTS/RECIPE DEVELOPERS Laura Crandall, Kathleen Kanen, Tricia Manzanero, Vanessa Rocchio, Jade Sinacori, Elizabeth StringerASSISTANT FOOD STYLIST/RECIPE DEVELOPER Anita Simpson SpainRECIPE TESTER Ashley JonesSENIOR DIGITAL IMAGING SPECIALIST Delisa McDanielDIGITAL IMAGING SPECIALIST Clark DensmoreDIGITAL MEDIAMARKETING DIRECTOR Tricia Wagner WilliamsMARKETING COORDINATOR Vicky LewisONLINE EDITOR Janece MazeDIGITAL DESIGNER Stephanie LambertADMINISTRATIVEHUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTOR Judy Brown LazenbyIT DIRECTOR Matthew Scott HoltDEALER PROGRAM MANAGER Janice RitterADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT/EDITORIAL Alex…

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dear friends

Don’t ForgetFor even more inspiration for gracious living, visit our website, victoriamag.com. You’ll find photos, tips, and how-tos on our social media sites, so follow us on Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, and Twitter.Decorating trends have made it possible for homeowners to capture the spirit of delightful cottages, regardless of the size of a house. Wispy curtains at the windows, soft neutral colors on the walls, a pottery jug filled with lush hydrangeas, and the feeling of coziness created by a family enjoying life to the fullest—I treasure these qualities of bungalow living.Planning a cottage interior offers an opportunity to arrange lavish displays of heirloom pieces and fabulous flea market finds, as evidenced by the homes of several of our favorite design bloggers. With the stroke of a paintbrush and signature shades…

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a legacy of loveliness

Homeowner Margot Shaw found inspiration for this peach wall color in a book about English country style. She used just one coat, allowing the previous creamy hue to show through for a soft, washed finish.The Dutchfarmhouse façade also bears elements of Greek and English architecture.Marigold, one of three family cats, lounges atop a table.The dining room’s muted Venetian blue-green hue was pulled from the wall screen.Accents throughout the Shaws’ interiors include prized heirlooms and items that convey subtle references to Margot’s affinity for flowers.Margot Shaw’s aesthetic appreciation began early and runs deep. Her family lived in Switzerland when she was a child, and she has fond memories of her father taking them for jaunts through Europe in his sporty convertible—touring châteaux, cathedrals, and gardens along the way.“My father was very…

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where love grows

Carolyn Aiken steps into The Garden Cottage, a charming retreat near her rose garden.Andrew and one of the couple’s sons built The Boathouse using recycled materials. Its porch offers the perfect spot to sit and watch the grandchildren paddle about the pond.“I WONDER WHAT IT WOULD BE LIKE TO LIVE IN A WORLD WHERE IT WAS ALWAYS JUNE.”—Lucy Maud MontgomeryAs Carolyn Aiken takes an early morning stroll through her garden in the idyllic Canadian community of Warren Grove, the cheerful lilt of birdsong and the staccato whir of darting dragonflies blend in a stirring symphony that accompanies her steps. There is a hushed serenity here among the magnolias and peonies that harks to an earlier, less-hurried way of life.“I find gardening relaxing,” says Carolyn, as she dons a broad-brimmed hat…

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beautiful place by the sea

During the 1980s, Boston interior designer Gregor Cann was searching for a new home in hopes of leaving apartment life behind, but the metropolitan real estate market was very expensive. So when he saw an ad for a property in Ogunquit, Maine, that was a more reasonable price, his curiosity piqued. It was a summer cottage—meaning no insulation and no heat. He and his partner visited the abode, only to find that it was very small, barely 425 square feet, and located on an old logging road. But you could walk to the water, and that was enough to plant the seed that maybe apartment life wouldn’t be intolerable, after all, with a beach house to retreat to.“Ramshackle is how I would describe it,” Gregor says, “but we decided we…

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a gardener’s delight

Atumbled mix of leftover stone and assorted old bricks proved just the right building materials for the simple square structure, where the owners plan their garden, start seeds under grow lights, and store all manner of terra-cotta pots and horticulturerelated implements. The charm of French-enameled flower buckets, dried hydrangeas in a weathered market basket, and collectibles such as blue-glass Mason jars complement the functionality of the generously sized shed.Tucked beneath the shelter of a towering oak tree, designed with windows on three sides, and equipped with a Dutch door, the little building keeps the interior pleasantly cool. And for those sultry summer days, a ceiling fan is suspended from a crossbeam to stir the air. Thus, the resident gardeners can comfortably mix potting soil and transplant tender shoots at a…

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