See inside designer Karen Cole’s beautiful Prince Edward County cottage that’s filled with vintage accessories and globally-inspired finds. Find out why the property is the ultimate all-season retreat.
This lakeside cottage has a traditional ’70s Pan Abode structure, complete with large windows, beams and a sloped ceiling. The main hub has a wood-burning fireplace, a large comfortable couch and a tufted ottoman, making it the perfect spot to admire the surrounding scenery in every season. Karen has filled the space with repurposed pieces including a dining table that used to be a console, and a sculptured wall piece that’s now used as a headboard in the bedroom.
The kitchen is a mix between bistro and farmhouse style, with terracotta tiles and barn wood shelving. The real treat is the deck, which is used as an outdoor hallway that connects the bedroom, kitchen and living room.
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July 15, 2016
Design, Cole Design Studio; contractor, Ray Facette- Grondin, Facette’s Renovations. Exterior: Red trim colour, Eating Room Red (43), Farrow & Ball. Living room bookcase: Sofa, armchairs, ottoman, rug, pendant light, Karen Cole, ColeDesign Studio; vintage blue door, Balleycanoe & Co.; woven leather chair, side tables, L’Atelier; blue lanterns, tripod table, adjustable floor lamps, arm lamp (on bookcase), Lampcage; vintage leather footstool, Funk & Grüven; bookcase colour, Churlish Green (251), Farrow & Ball; door colour, Breeze (5N1-3), Beauti-Tone at Home Hardware/Home Building Centres. Console at window: Console, Greentea Design; slipcovered stools, Boo Boo & Lefty; candlestick lamps, blue lanterns, Lampcage; lidded basket, West Elm. Wood stove: Bird prints, Angus & Company; blue metal plates (on wall), lantern (on hearth), Lampcage; repurposed newspaper stand (as log holder), Funk & Grüven. Kitchen sink and window: Subway tiles, Antica Tile & Stone; shelf design, Karen Cole, ColeDesign Studio; reclaimed barnboard (for shelves and counters), Level N Square; cabinet millwork, Ray Facette-Grondin, Facette’s Renovations. Principal bedroom: Quilt, sheets, Revelle; bedcover, West Elm; side tables, stool, Greentea Design; hanging glass lanterns, Kuda Furniture & Homewares; rug, The County Fireplace Company. Bathroom: Vintage marble sink surround, Balleycanoe & Co.; mirror, lantern, L’Atelier; sconces, Lampcage; vase, Anthropologie. Get the Look: 1. Hand-carved headboard, West Elm. 2. Manhattan Loft chair by Palecek, Brougham Interiors, and Cocoon Furnishings. 3. Ikat rug, Weavers Art. 4. Mini Architects double floor lamp by Sandy Chapman for Visual Comfort, Elte, and Celadon Collection. 5. Somerset Island platter by Lauren Ralph Lauren Home, Hudson’s Bay. 6. Paint, Out of the Blue (5004-9B), Valspar.
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