Midwest Living Review
Everyone will have fun browsing CottageWood, tucked into Elkhart's old feed mill. The modest-size shop is attractively decorated and filled with brightly colored items for the home and garden. Items are eye-catching: like the neon-orange watering can or the festive turquoise-and-purple wine glasses. Rugs, both indoor and outdoor, come in fun patterns and colors. And then there are the unique items, like the onion goggles -- perfect for those who can't slice one without welling up -- and "scrubbies," crocheted, sponge-type pads made by an elderly woman that apparently work so well on cleaning pots, pans and bathroom fixtures that customers clamor for them. The store has a small section in the back with kids' items (think creams, bath toys, dinnerware, and bedroom accessories), plus greeting cards. Gift-wrapping is available. CottageWood is connected to the Feed Mill Market via a small hallway.