This charming rustic cottage was designed to bring modern luxuries to life by Nicola’s Home, located in Maeve’s Way, a private wooded community in Cumberland Foreside, Maine. Cozy and inviting, this light-flooded home features crisp white interiors and neutral furnishings with pops of blue. In the open concept living room, floor-to-ceiling windows and french doors welcomes nature inside. Natural wood elements can be seen throughout the home, through furnishings, decor and to wood cladding in the custom bar area, a sitting room, master bedroom and bathroom and the children’s bunk room. Light wood flooring through the main living spaces adds warmth, with area rugs delineating spaces and adding texture and color.
This home is infused with beach style elements that can be seen throughout. Have a look through the photo tour and let us know your thoughts on what you like or not like about this cottage in the woods.
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This beach style island kitchen offers plenty of space for chopping and comfortable seating for casual dining. A door opens into a spacious pantry. Light hardwood flooring keeps this space feeling bright and airy.
A farmhouse style dining table with wicker chairs makes this dining room feel beachy and warm. Wrapped with windows, this space is bright and cheery.
A home bar offers plenty of space to store wine and liquors, including a wine chiller.
A small powder bath features a piece of furniture with a vessel sink and a decorative wall covering that makes this space feel very elegant.
A cozy built-in window nook in the master bathroom offers a great spot to curl up and read a book or take a nap.
A beach style master bathroom features a freestanding tub and a corner shower decorated with an eye-pleasing pebble tile. Floor-to-ceiling vertically clad wood on the wall behind the tub adds to the rustic aesthetic of the home.
This custom-built bunk room clad in a warm wood offers carpeting on the floor to keep this space feeling warm and cozy. Gender-neutral, this is the perfect sleeping space for overnight guests.
Photos: Courtesy of Nicola’s Home