This luxury self-catering cottage in Crantock, Cornwall has been crafted with soul. It takes guests on a tactile journey through earthen tones and organic textures, with repurposed finds showcased in the most unlikely of places. Cornish cob walls, sinkable linen sofas and muted whites come together to create simplistic modern rusticity. Aged ceramic pots are stuffed with dried grasses. No traditional Christmas colours here. The decorations continue the same theme with washed out colours, natural materials and a lovely pared back aesthetic.
Take a Look
In the conservatory, a dining table with driftwood appeal sits beneath shaggy sea-grass pendants. Sheepskins keep the chills at bay.
In the sitting room, a huge fire fills the house with crackling warmth. Woolly throws rest on leather armchairs and reclaimed wood from an ancient local shipwreck adds drama to the calming feel of the cosy room.
On the door is a welcoming wreath crafted from seed heads, dried flowers and a velvet ribbon.
The dining table is a lesson in restraint. Seagrass table mats sit on the rustic table, while berries and grasses surround simple pillar candles.