A cottage home requires Tudor cottage style decor to create a warm, comfortable and inviting environment. This style is characterized by the use of soft colors and devastated pieces that reflect personality and history inhabitants. In most cases, a cabin style can be achieved without spending a lot of money by changing pieces you already have and shed antique, vintage and used goods stores for cheap accessories and finishes to bring the look together.
Paint your walls in cottage colors. Select shades of green, blue, yellow or red. For a Tudor cottage feel, choose brighter pastel versions of these colors. For a more neutral background, choose cream or soft white paint. Recycle old furniture by painting or painting it. Look for old jelly cabinets, bakery stands or other cabinets to store and exhibits. For a shabby chic cottage look, paint old pieces in shades of white and enjoy the edges and corners.
Install wooden floors if your home does not already have it. Wooden floors, especially those with wide planks, are characteristic of Tudor cottage style. If you cannot afford true hardwood floors, install a durable wood laminate. Purchase overstuffed comfortable furniture. Large sofas, love seats and comfortable armchairs are common in cottage homes.