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 "
Hall Green Gardeners Club THE club held its AGM followed by a talk from member David Worthington on the development of an English cottage garden.
7 THE idyllic property in 2006 film The Holiday was a typical English cottage that became home to Cameron Diaz's character for Christmas.
If you wanted to move in today it would probably cost you a whopping 7 THE idyllic property in 2006 film The Holiday was a typical English cottage that became home to Cameron Diaz's character for Christmas.
A ny keen gardener would enjoy transforming this outdoor space into a stunning English cottage garden.
an English cottage built in 1948 with more than 3,000 square feet of living space.
From the outside, the bar looks like a typical old English cottage and upon entering there is an instant homely vibe with low ceilings, dark red floor, fire places and a variety of antiques adorning the walls.
Nothing says English cottage garden like a beautiful wisteria or climbing rose, framing windows and doorways and adding barrels of colour and character to your home.
The spikiness of the cordyline contrasting with the deep red of the geranium had an instant impact and they soon wanted to transform their English cottage garden.
net SWEET peas are the quintessential English cottage garden flower.
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