There are many reasons Coaster’s Chance Cottage has appeared across several TV networks over the past few years –  not only has the 1760s captain’s cottage gone through an incredible transformation by Moore House Design, the results are absolutely stunning. And don’t even get me started on the waterside location in Cutler Maine, USA! So beautiful! Every single room is magical, but I especially love the kitchen – where the lofty ceiling height and rustic wood beams create a light and airy space with a nod to the past. A sea of muted colours, the interior is also a master class in texture from aged dark wood, reclaimed floorboards, vintage rugs, exposed brickwork, ceramic pots, linen curtains and bedspreads to the lovely antique furniture, giving the entire space a wonderful, warm soul. Can I move in, please? 

How beautiful. 
I’ve heard that Maine is probably the place in America which is most like Scandinavia (is this true, Maine friends?) and I long to visit one day.  If I do, I’d certainly try to book this house
Could you imagine staying here, too? 
You can read all about the various room renovations and the details over at Moore House Design
Meanwhile, it’s our final day in Cornwall – the surfer paradise in Southwest England, and my girls have had so much fun  with their cousins. We’ll be sad to leave tomorrow! If you’d ever like to visit this corner (literally) of the world, my sister rents her beautiful home through Airbnb. 
I’ll be back on Friday with some snapshots from our cabin – and our new armchair which has quickly become my favourite item (and Per’s too – ”finally a comfortable chair”!). See you then! 
Niki
Photographs courtesy of Moore House Design

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There are many reasons Coaster’s Chance Cottage has appeared across several TV networks over the past few years –  not only has the 1760s captain’s cottage gone through an incredible transformation by Moore House Design, the results are absolutely stunning. And don’t even get me started on the waterside location in Cutler Maine, USA! So beautiful! Every single room is magical, but I especially love the kitchen – where the lofty ceiling height and rustic wood beams create a light and airy space with a nod to the past. A sea of muted colours, the interior is also a master class in texture from aged dark wood, reclaimed floorboards, vintage rugs, exposed brickwork, ceramic pots, linen curtains and bedspreads to the lovely antique furniture, giving the entire space a wonderful, warm soul. Can I move in, please? 

How beautiful. 
I’ve heard that Maine is probably the place in America which is most like Scandinavia (is this true, Maine friends?) and I long to visit one day.  If I do, I’d certainly try to book this house
Could you imagine staying here, too? 
You can read all about the various room renovations and the details over at Moore House Design
Meanwhile, it’s our final day in Cornwall – the surfer paradise in Southwest England, and my girls have had so much fun  with their cousins. We’ll be sad to leave tomorrow! If you’d ever like to visit this corner (literally) of the world, my sister rents her beautiful home through Airbnb. 
I’ll be back on Friday with some snapshots from our cabin – and our new armchair which has quickly become my favourite item (and Per’s too – ”finally a comfortable chair”!). See you then! 
Niki
Photographs courtesy of Moore House Design