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7 Ways to Achieve The Cotswolds Look in your Cotswolds Holiday Cottage Interiors

The Cotswolds have a look and feel of their own so where to start? Perhaps by defining The Cotswolds themselves – almost 800 square miles of countryside – home to picturesque villages, historical market towns, country houses, gardens and even castles and arboretums. The Cotswolds runs through five counties
(Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Warwickshire, Wiltshire and Worcestershire) comprising areas with different identities yet all with Cotswolds features of golden stone and rolling hills (‘wolds’).

You might say that the Cotswolds has an eclectic look and that’s exactly the aim when styling your holiday home. Get the balance right and your cottage will stand out by photographing well, attracting guests and ultimately providing a good return on your investment.

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