I’m giving the modern, colourful kitchens a bit of a rest today. August is nearly upon us and that means I’m craving Ontario/Quebec cottage country. Reading on the dock, barbecues on the porch, campfires on the beach- it’s what summer should be about, no?
Obviously, food and cooking is an important part of any cottage experience. So what makes a successful cottage kitchen? Lots of light, warm wood, a dose of vintage charm and a healthy appreciation of clutter sets these spaces apart from their city counterparts.
Perhaps a bit too “finished” to be a real cottage, this space from Canadian House and Home nonetheless does a great job of bringing the outside in with the use of stone and wood. After all, that’s what cottage living is all about: