I look forward to reading the summer issues of decorating magazines because they feature the easy, breezy laid back style of cottages and summer homes. This century-old Muskoka cottage designed by Jennifer Worts and featured in the July issue of Canadian House and Home had me all green with envy.
The mix of mid-century modern furniture, beautiful fabrics and rustic elements results in a welcoming, colourful and comfortable summer home.
They left the original pine floors (except on the porch) and the beadboard ceiling untouched but painted all of the walls white (Benjamin Moore’s Chantilly Lace OC-65.) It adds more interest and charm than having an all white envelope.
All images: Jennifer Worts.