Rustic French Nordic Cottage Interiors in Cotswolds
Ahhhhh, the Cotswolds! A place on my list to visit for so many reasons…have you had the pleasure? Today’s beautiful cottage house tour tugs at the heartstrings. Hope Farm is a lovely 17th century house with all the charming stone, rustic wood, and original charming architecture you might imagine. If you love Rustic French Nordic Cottage Interiors, I bet you’ll be smitten!
Photos courtesy of Pernille Pahle (Thank you kindly, Pernille for sharing your gorgeous imagery and talents with us!)
Rustic French Nordic Cottage Interiors in Cotswolds
The Cotswolds have a reputation for being quirky (see this lineup of “mad fun!”), and being a lover of cheese, my favorite event happening there is Cooper’s Hill Cheese Roll. If this is your first introduction to the cheese roll, I beg your pardon…you may never be the same after viewing videos of the spectacle/chiropractor’s nightmare/chiropractor’s jackpot.
Oh, for the love of cheese, friends. Who risks their neck to race a rolling cheese?
I’d prefer a more leisurely proposition. Say, this stone cottage from the 1600’s with its gorgeous grain sack upholstered furniture, reclaimed wood shelves, and pale color palette.
Let’s peek at the exterior then head inside.
Cotswold Cottage House Tour
Charming Front Door of Stone Cotswolds Cottage
Detail of Stone on Cottage Exterior
Cotswold Cottage Interiors: Dining Room
Cotswolds Cottage Interiors: Kitchen
Romantic French Nordic Style Bedrooms
Charming Painted Stair Runner in Cottage
Reclaimed Wood Open Shelving in Kitchen
Breathtaking Blue and White Cottage Decor Inspiration
Cotswold Cottage Living Room With Fireplace
Cotswolds Cottage Garden Landscape
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Good morning my friend, I hope that you are staying warm and have not gotten any snow this weekend. We have had a lot of rain and cold weather, so far this winter we have only had a few flurries.
You must go to the Cotswolds, it is so charming and beautiful. My brother lived in England for 10 years and one of the years that we went to visit him I organized a 21 trip to his house, the Cotswolds, the Lake District, The Borders, Edinburg, St. Andrews and back to Edinburg. We walked for miles in the Cotswolds, stayed in at a farm from the 1500’s, visited castles and picturesqe villages and so much more and that was only in the Cotswolds.
This cottage is beautiful and looks like the scene from a movie, I could move in immediately!
Have a great day!
It has been snowing all day, and we were out in it! It’s so beautiful, but the roads are dangerous. I needed to get out and we brought our houseguests to a nearby conservatory where there’s an orchid exhibit. My senses were filled up in a lovely way that was medicine for me.
How wonderful you have experienced the Cotswolds! I will definitely get there and maybe I’ll want to stay!
Peace to you, Elizabeth. xox
Love this post, Michelle. I’ve always had this fantasy about living in a cottage in the Cotswolds.
So glad. Yes. Even if only for a little while, I think I would enjoy that quiet life! 🙂
The Cotswolds have long been on my list of places to visit. My husband was born in Britain but for whatever reason we haven’t gone to visit. We have travelled extensively but never to the British Isles. Some other place always seems more exciting. But, it is on the schedule for our 50th anniversary.
Those homes are ever so charming. It’s like stepping back in time. Well, you are, aren’t you? Imagine living in a 17th century home in a village. One of my husbands Aunts lived there. She was a school teacher who liked to act in the local theatre. She spoke of hiking on the moors. She travelled the world and on a school teacher salary. Mavis had quite the adventurous streak. She divorced her first husband and never married the love of her life. They kept their own homes even though they were dedicated to each other. She was a modern women and an amazing person. Thank you for bring back such fond memories on this beautiful, sunny Sunday.
My pleasure to ignite your sweet memories and dreams of traveling there in the future. Peace to you, friend.
Hi, only drove thru the Cotswolds years ago on a bus. But how wonderful to spend a week there. Enjoyed your tour on this post. Your blog never disappoints. Peace.
Thanks for the kind words, friend. It’s lovely to have you here.
I’m desperately trying to find out where the arch shaped shelf brackets and shelves in the kitchen are from.
If you could possible find out and let me know, I would really appreciate it.
They definitely look custom but not terribly difficult to make. I would check your local antique shops and even FB Marketplace for craftspeople who can make you these. Save images from the post to show them what you like.