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Paula lives here along the coast of Maine where she has worked with us for two years to assemble this bright, beautiful living area – piece by piece and fabric by fabric. She’s very proud and excited about the outcome. And so are we! Here’s a great picture from her.

Maine Cottage look

What an invitingly warm and colorful living space! We love her choice of a Maine Cottage Adeline Sofa, Simon Chair and Ruben Hassock in Rambler and Just Dandy print fabrics with painted Fiddlehead End and wicker Cooper tables. A Tulip Lamp by Jill Rosenwald in a simple, proportionate form with coordinating colors adds interest. The repetition of soft greens, yellows with some red pull the whole area together with ease. Congratulations, Paula! Thanks for sharing.

Here’s another interior by Maine Cottage co-founder Carol Bass. This time in a brightly-lit guest cottage (some would say “beach house”) near Charleston, South Carolina. Carol and partner Bob Newton collaborated to renovate and furnish this comfortable cottage from top to bottom using a wide variety of furnishings, including Maine Cottage, Carol’s original artwork, and a handmade dining table by Bob Newton.

an eat-in kitchen with Maine Cottage Ilka Chairs, dining table by Bob Newton

Seating near kitchen with a Maine Cottage Stella End Table, Column Lamp in Dilly, and sofa in our Luxe fabric with sculpture on wall by Carol Bass.

Sunny living room with a sofa in Maine Cottage Grand Mum fabric, Tulla Tuffet, Cottage End Table and a Column Lamp.

Comfortable seating in Maine Cottage fabric, Tulla Tuffet, Round Cottage End Table and a Column Lamp.

Carol Bass is an artist, author, interior designer and cofounder of Maine Cottage. She is the author of three books: The Cottage Book, Maine Living and Color Your Home. www.carolbassart.com
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Maine Cottage furniture and fabrics are natural companions to coastal and island homes in New England. Timeless, uplifting and easy to live with. We love how this customer chose our upholstery, wicker seating and occasional tables to create cheerful, comfortable living and dining spaces within this lovely family retreat. Warm colors combined with plentiful ambient light from its stunning oceanfront setting make this home sparkle. Thanks for the photos!

Country Living magazine, September 2010 Blues and whites are easy to live with in rooms grand and small. Thank you Country Living magazine for including a French Blue wicker Bistro Chair in the September issue’s article “A Versatile Living-Room Makeover”. French Blue is just one of our 40 versatile Maine Cottage colors – for dining, spare or anywhere chairs. The hardy All Weather Wicker version of the chair allows you to lounge on the patio too.

Blue Bistro Chairs

Maine Cottage Bistro chair can-can (l to r): French Blue, Milk, Sea and Winter

Blue Bistro Chairs

Wave, White, Cornflower and True Blue

Blue Bistros

image: Maine Cottage

Friends and family will clamber to visit when they discover your guest room. Bright and tranquil, the soothing blues and bluegreens combined with our new beachy brushed-finished oak Ogden (with a milk or ivory brushed finish) styles creates a waterside feeling – wherever you may reside.

A Maine Cottage Guest Bedroom.

Maine Cottage colors & fabric (l to r, clockwise): Wave, Milk, Porch, Bluebell, New Spruce and Hot Lime with porch/wave Summer Bloom

A Guest Room full of Maine Cottage (l to r, clockwise): Fiona Chair in milk with porch/wave Summer Bloom, Altamira Floor lamp, Island Bed in milk, Ogden Long Bench with milk brushed finish with Monday Baskets in wave, and Island Wardrobe in wave.

There are many names for it – sea green, sea blue, aquamarine, turquoise and wave. It’s the color of ocean and sky. Cool, refreshing and clear. You can almost hear the gentle lapping of waves. The roar of surf. Bluegreens are soothing, uplifting and invigorating in nearly every shape and form. Living with them is too.

Maine Cottage Molly Rocker in bluegreens and blues, including our newest Maine Cottage color: Sea

Casual Camille is a curvaceous rattan chair that looks fabulous in your choice of 40 Maine Cottage colors and +200 fabrics. Pick up a copy of the June 2010 issue of Country Living to see our Camille Reading Chair in Hotty Dotty fabric. The summery ocean color (Porch) complemented by lively dotted seat cushions makes Camille a playful, vintage beauty.

Wicker and rattan are among the most beloved and versatile materials for casual furniture inside and out on a (very) well-covered porch. Intricate and geometric weaving patterns in classic styles have a wonderfully recognizable familiarity. One that goes well with iced tea and the Sunday paper. The June 2010 issue of This Old House magazine mentions our Maine Cottage Stella Armchair in this context as a modern day example of that relaxed, vintage summer porch look. Maine Cottage Celadon is an attractive garden green. We also have 39 other colors and +200 fabrics to choose from.

Sister Parish was a force behind American-country style for 6 decades – a foremother of the relaxed, casual style we know and love at Maine Cottage. Our wicker August Rocker was chosen as a modern day example of her timeless taste.