The beautiful english cottage designs featured here reflect the romance of another era . . . . . . .
. . . With ivy-draped facades and lush cot- tage gardens, they look like a Thomas Kin- kade painting (above)
brought to life!
As I've indicated on numerous prior occasions, nobody designs and builds cottages like the British. Their
cot- tages are truly unlike any others. Ro- mantic and oozing with nostalgic charm, they evoke images of an ear- lier,
gentler time, as captured in the painting below.
Pictured here are two lovely
cottage designs. The cottage at right has a painted brick facade, while the cottage below has a stucco
The cottages featured here have brick exteriors with tiled roofs. The cottage at right incorporates rubble
stone on the lower level with
on the upper stories.
Pictured below are two charming cottages made of stone. The lovely thatched roof cottage below,
right, is made even lovelier with the bloom- ing wisteria climbing its stone facade.
Once again, the English cottage de- signs pictured here are crafted from stone. Note the carefully manicured
vegetation in the image directly be- low, while the cottage beneath it features a rambling cottage garden.