A History of Design
In the Winter of 1996, Canterbury Cottage opened its doors for business in a quant cape cod house in Jenison, Michigan, a suburb of Grand Rapids. Canterbury Cottage has become a very well known and trusted place to find the finest available furniture and accessories for your home and workplace.
We were excited to announce the Grand Opening of Canterbury Cottage, our new location, in Downtown Holland, in the Spring of 2009. This 2500 square-foot store features furniture, accessories and custom florals for the home and cottage and furnishings for children’s nursery and/or bedrooms. Today this is our single, primary location to serve you.
Canterbury Cottage is a perfect place to shop whether you need to design or furnish an entire house, a new room, add the perfect accessory to an existing room or your looking for that special gift, we have the most unique items right here in our store. With shipments arriving daily, the shop is always changing, which makes our customers want to come back again and again.
We pride ourselves in our customer service and we are committed to bringing you top quality products with endless custom design options. We offer a complete design team willing to find just the right furnishings and accessories to fit your home or workplace.
We have a great team of Interior Designers, Floral Designers and Design Consultants that work at Canterbury Cottage and Kids, who can assist with professional decorating ideas and interior design needs.
We want to make decorating and design simple and enjoyable by offering a stress free, secure shopping environment along with excellent customer service. Please feel free to come see us Canterbury Cottage in Downtown Holland and see how we can assist you in creating your dream home.
It’s both easy to see and hard to imagine that Holland, Michigan has its roots in the most solemn aspects of Dutch culture. Much of the religious conviction remains, as does the traditional Dutch architecture, and ambiance. But like its pioneers, Holland has reinvented itself without letting go of its heritage. Today’s Holland is alive with diverse cultures, whose influence has created an exciting, thriving community that has never lost its charm or affability.Long time residents can’t imagine living anywhere else; newcomers wonder why they didn’t move here sooner. Visitors delight in the vast array of recreational activities, visual and performing arts, Dutch attractions, magnificent beaches and an award-winning downtown with exceptional shops, galleries, and eateries. There’s even a snowmelt system that keeps the downtown streets and sidewalks dry in winter. (Holland Area Convention & Visitors Bureau)
Fun things are always happening Downtown Holland.
Here are Just a Few:
Holland Tulip Festival
Holland Farmers Market
Downtown Holland Street Performer Series
Hatter Days Party
Art In The Park
Vintage Boat Show
Labor Day Truck Parade
Live Mannequin Night