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Sartorial Era

 

“Romanticism, nostalgia, a vase of dried flowers… the new aesthetic taking the interior world by storm”

– Cottagecore

 

Disclaminer: This post contains affiliate links.

 

Creativity is thriving in the interior’s world, as many Brits are swapping city life for the countryside. So appealing are the sights of country living that a new aesthetic has slowly filtered its way into our social media feeds and monthly magazine subscriptions – Cottagecore. A movement of agricultural celebration where the traditional English countryside, romanticism, and contemporary living meet, Cottagecore is the new interior craze embellishing our homes. Think sough dough starters, new world tablespace designs and neutral, cosy colour palettes. 

 

This is a house where natural, decorative features live. The outdoors moves in, as clean, contemporary lines combine with oak herringbone flooring, rattan baskets and linen accessories. Like any interior movement, Cottagecore is ever evolving as the wistfulness of past times transcend the contemporary landscape of 2021. As we settle into our new normal post pandemic, our at-home lifestyles have notably changed and so too has our desire for the perfect dwelling. Mixing old with new brings life and memory into a Cottagecore home, whilst flora inspired finishing touches fashion a sense of pristine calm. 

 

Our Inspiration 

 

From outdoor dinner parties to playful interior design and floral arrangements, these accounts have taken Cottagecore to the next level with their picturesque landscapes.  

 

Sarah & Catherine’s Tales

 

 

Lydia Millen

 

Fox Glove & Ivy

 

Paula Sutton – Hillhouse vintage

 

Shop Our Favourite Cottagecore Pieces

 

Wooden Chopping Board – H&M

 

Patterned Cotton Table Runner – H&M

 

Elegant Dried Bunny Tail Floral Bunch – Poodle & Pip

 

Round Jute Table Mat – H&M

 

Serenity Porcelain Platter Green On White – Seraphina

 

Napkins With Scalloped Edge – Zara Home

 

Fusion Natural Seagrass Basket – John Lewis

 

Raised Design Jug – Zara Home

 

 

Home Farm Cooking Book – Zara Home

 

Tall Splatter Cylinder Vase – Marks and Spencer

 

 

Scalloped Murano Glass Candleholder – Rebecca Udall

 

 

Words & curation by Charlotte Hope-Shannon | Edited by Lauren Silvester

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