I’ve been tossing the words cottage and cabin around interchangeably since buying the property in December, never really sure which one applies best. I actually looked up online specific definitions for these words, curious as to which would apply to our tiny paradise best. As it turns out, there aren’t any hard and fast rules. … More Camp, Cabin, Cottage or Lakehouse?
One of the most exciting things about this cottage is that it has a great skeleton. And that’s it. The rest is up to us. The previous owners left us some decent furniture but nothing on the walls except broken coat hooks, brown and gold decorative plates on the wall and a Bob Ross-esque painting, … More Project #1: Folk Art: Making the New Look Old
Every time I tell someone about the cottage, at some point, I almost apologetically say, “It’s small. But it’s a place to get away.” I’ve heard others say it as well. “I have a cottage/cabin/camp/homestead as well. It’s small but it’s on x amount of land.” Or “It’s small. But it’s enough for us.” As if somehow small … More A Tiny Life is a Happy Life