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If you spend any time online, you might come across some quaint photos of ivy-covered houses surrounded by wildflowers in the middle of the countryside. You may also have noticed people redecorating their houses, with green-themed kitchens and living rooms filled with floral furniture. All of a sudden, your grandmother’s house looks cool?
“Cottage core aesthetics”, also known as “village core” or “farmhouse music”, is a kind of aesthetics with romantic village life and harmony with nature as its core. From the cover of Taylor Swift’s “Folk” album to the set of the Golden Globe-nominated film “Little Women,” the design trend, which mixes nostalgia and glamour, is seen everywhere in pop culture.
What is the core aesthetics of the cottage? Why has it become popular?
Cottagecore emphasizes returning to simpler times and engaging in wholesome leisure activities such as crafting, gardening and baking. In the past year, many people have started to take up new hobbies that they never had time for before. This desire to create a calm atmosphere for one’s craft contributed to the popularity of Cottagecore. In any farmhouse inspired home, you’ll see mismatched furniture, floral walls, lace tablecloths and earth tones.
Whether you currently live in Baltimore, Maryland, or Vancouver, BC, you don’t need to move to rural England to be part of this trend. Here are four easy ways you can incorporate the core farmhouse aesthetic into your home.
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