The truth about the cottage garden: What people are actually saying
A new study shows that the average person who is trying to find a home for their family in rural areas is more likely to say that the cottage is a “nice little house” than to say it is “nice and cozy.”
The study, which surveyed more than 5,000 people, found that the most common response to the question, “Which is your favourite cottage?” was “nice house” over “cottage,” with “covid-free” being the next most popular answer.
“I think it’s a nice house,” said Sara M. Bohn, a researcher at the University of North Carolina who led the research.
“It’s got nice, warm air and a little space.
You can have a little bit of fun in it.”
The survey of 1,003 people, conducted online between August 31 and September 4, found, “It was really surprising how often people chose ‘nice house’ as the answer.”
The most common answer to the first question was “caviar free.”
“That’s really surprising,” Bohn said.
“That doesn’t seem like the answer for most people.
It’s probably more of a ‘cavity’ answer.”
A separate survey found that only 22 percent of respondents said that a house is “cute and modern” while 70 percent said they prefer a “cave-like home.”
“Caviar is one of those things that people like,” said Andrew J. Dolan, who directs the Centre for Research in Home Architecture at the Australian National University in Canberra.
“They like that it has a little room for people to exercise, they like that they don’t have to drive to get there, they don, like, have a backyard.
They like that a lot.”
The findings, published Monday in the journal PLOS ONE, highlight the fact that people are increasingly using the word “cove,” “couch,” and “camo” to describe the cottage, despite the fact it has become a ubiquitous feature of American life.
“We’re using the term ‘covidian’ more than ‘cove,'” Dolan said.
While the cottage may not be considered a “traditional” home, it can still be a “natural” one, said Bohn.
“There’s a lot of history behind the cottage in the U.S., so it’s definitely part of that cultural landscape,” she said.
The researchers say the findings show the importance of taking a look at the people who live in your town.
“Cove is a part of American culture.
It is a very common household name in the United States,” Bekla Danko, a research fellow at the National Center for Science Education, told ABC News.
“People are very aware of the word ‘cave,'” she added.
The researchers also found a significant difference in the types of people who respond to the word cottage. “
Most of us think of the term cottage as a household name.”
The researchers also found a significant difference in the types of people who respond to the word cottage.
“The vast majority of people think of cottage as being a house, whereas a lot more people prefer a ‘natural’ home,” Binko said.
Dankos, who is working on a book about the term “coves,” said the new research shows how important it is to be aware of what people are saying.
“In our research, we found that a person’s attitude towards a house matters, because they tend to be more positive toward the idea of a natural home than people who don’t use the term house,” she told ABC.
“If they don the word house, they’re less likely to think of themselves as having a traditional home.”