English cottage

English cottage

A term occasionally used as a synonym for cottage orné.
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He now mentioned that he was only in England for a few weeks, to have a look at his estate, and so forth; after which he plunged into more or less enthusiastic advocacy of this or that foreign resort, as opposed to the English cottage upon which I told him I had set my heart.
Just put your head in at English cottage doors; get a glimpse of Famine crouched torpid on black hearthstones; of Disease lying bare on beds without coverlets, of Infamy wantoning viciously with Ignorance, though indeed Luxury is her favourite paramour, and princely halls are dearer to her than thatched hovels "
For many people throughout the globe, an English cottage garden with its cacophony of bright colour flowers is their heaven.
net SWEET peas are the quintessential English cottage garden flower.
Okay, some of the decor was a little out of date, but the big sofas were cosy, the kitchen wellequipped and the inviting inglenook fireplace and exposed beams gave it the old-world feel you hope for from an English cottage getaway.
From making an English Cottage Pie to Sugared Spanish Almonds and Plantain and Potato Soup, this provides recipes from around the world, color photos of finished dishes, and a dual focus on vegan, gluten-free fare that is appealing and easy.
The Home Comforts range conjures images of the quintessential English cottage, charming, artsy and comfortable with the inclusion of strawberry pink and leaf green vintage-look floral prints, plaids, stripes and patchwork effect throws to complement our sofas and chairs.
Dinner parties spill outside at Brandon Boudet and Isabelle Dahlin's English cottage, a one-bedroom blessed with outdoor entertaining spaces in L.
Margaret and Peter Hargreaves, from Barton-under-Needwood in Staffordshire, are proud of their idyllic English cottage garden
They're perfect for that French chateau or old English cottage garden look.
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