So what exactly is Cottagecore? You may have heard of the term recently, and wondered what exactly it is. Well, it’s an aesthetic that romanticises rural country living and the activities that come with it. Activities such as raising farm animals, gardening, or practicing traditional forms of craft such as crochet and cross stitch. Worry not. You do not need to move to a small holding to replicate the look in the comfort of your own home. Nor do you have to take up crafts you have no interest in. But it is an interior style that will appeal to the thrifty by nature as it does rely heavily on upcycling and making do. And you can always buy a cross stitch tapestry.
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Image Features: Carpetright Country Living Salcombe Carpet.
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- Woman With A Goblet Poster, from £6.95 (was £9.95), Hidden Prints.
- Faded Grandeur Painted Bench, £145, Angel & Boho.
- Hood Metal Desk Lamp, £49, Cult Furniture.
- White Metal Double Bed Frame, £120.99, On Buy.com
- Green Woven Stab Stitch Cotton Throw, £21, Gisela Graham London.
- 2 Light Wall Fitting with Rust Gold Patina Finish, £87.75, (was £121.50), Elstead Lighting.
- Round Floral Velvet Cushion, £50 and Coral Rose Rectangle Velvet Cushion, £65, both Mint & May.
- Nova Solo Halifax White Double Wardrobe with 2 Drawers, £1069, (was £1089) White Tree Furniture.
- Bamburg Wool Rug, £179, (now £129), (affiliate link) Made.com.