Key West Cottage Living & Decorating

A peak into several homes that give you a taste of Key West Cottage Living with its laid-back decorating style.

Key West Cottage Design
Most of these adorable abodes radiate with ocean blues, bright yellows and greens, tropical colors and patterns, taking inspiration from the beautiful surroundings. Gardens and courtyards are lush sanctuaries with small inviting pools to cool off in.

This residence, designed by Taylor Taylor, sits on a small private island just off Key West.

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The porch of this cottage says relax and chill, with two custom built matching swings that sway at either end of the porch.

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The living room has a great casual beach vibe. The edges of the coffee and side tables were constructed with the wood from a mahogany tree that fell during Hurricane Wilma.

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Bright key lime green brings the tropical island vibe inside. And I'm sure the Printer Tray captured your attention too! You can take the full tour of this Key West Cottage at Coastal Living.

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Another cottage featured at Coastal Living. It's called Blue Haven, and all the rooms open to the pool area. Take the tour here.

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Then I found a great bunch of charming cottages rounded up at Coastal Living here. In this living room the relaxed island style takes on a slightly more modern look.

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An adorable backyard nook.

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Again, inside and outside are one wonderful connected space.

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The backsplash in this kitchen is all Shells!

This tropical getaway is an original Historic Key West conch cottage. Conch Cottages date back to the 1880s. They're simple wood houses that were once the residences for the spongers, wreck salvagers, and cigarmakers who filled the town back then.

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Frozen daiquiris inspired the array of calypso-colored paints. For the tour, click here.

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You saw this cottage on Beach Yard Design Ideas. It's called Havana Lane and you can tour it at Rent Key West.

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And here you are looking at the backyard of one of the few cottages that survived the storm in 1846. Most of the island's 600 homes were destroyed. It's located in the heart of the historic district. You can learn all about the restoration of this Key West Cottage at Traditional Home.