Cottages by Brian Coleman

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Cottages travels from coast to coast, sharing delightful examples from the Catskills of New York to Georgia's Tybee Island to Southern California and beyond. The popularity of cottage homes has continued to thrive; cottages share charming details that capture the imagination and creativity of their owners, from a built-in window seat to a front porch swing to an outdoor shower for washing sandy feet after a stroll on the beach. Whether it's a rustic mountain retreat, a sunny southern California casita or a simple seaside fishing shack, cottages are whimsical, welcoming and irresistible.

About Brian Coleman

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BRIAN COLEMAN (Seattle and New York City) is an editor for Old House Interiors and the author of seven books on decorative arts, including Classic Cottages, Scalamandre and Extraordinary Interiors. DOUGLAS KEISTER (Chico, California) is America's most noted photographer of historic architecture.
Published August 7, 2007 by Gibbs Smith. 160 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Arts & Photography, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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