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If you’ve been online for the last couple of years, you may be fairly familiar with the cottagecore aesthetic. So, what exactly is this? It’s essentially an interest, and possibly even a way of lifestyle for some to just embrace slow living. This includes choosing maximalism over minimalism, wearing dresses, enjoying nature, frolicking in the flowers, and slow living overall.

It’s a way to say “goodbye” to fast pace living that has been pushed and instead just take it slow, like their grandparents, and their grandparents before them. The whole farmhouse décor is actually quite reminiscent of cottagecore. So, if you ever thought about getting your dining room a round farmhouse dining table set, then this could be for you. So, where can you begin on this? How can you add some of that lovely cottagecore aesthetic into your home? Keep reading to find out how!

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Add florals


This can even include adding some fragrant blooms right into your home office! When it comes to cottagecore, it’s all about giving homage to cottage living, that cozy country lifestyle. When it comes to this lifestyle, it’s about adding flowers and other pieces of nature. So why not get yourself a fresh bouquet of flowers? This may be small, but having some flowers in your home just instantly makes the whole house just feel instantly cozy.  

While bouquets can be one of the best ways to add some of this cute cottage living into your home, just keep in mind that this isn’t the only way. You’re welcome to buy some floral décor whether it’s paintings, pictures, prints, pressed flower art, or anything else that could be to your liking. Even furniture, and textiles (such as bed linen or drapes) could also be some nice options too. Overall, adding florals is one of the major keys to obtaining this lovely aesthetic. Plus, florals bring that nice touch of nature which completely helps in feeling calm.

Bring in some vintage


Vintage items are lovely, and they really help in the creation of the cottagecore aesthetic. Just think about it, nowadays, home décor is massed produce. There just isn’t much character. More or less, décor looks the same, no matter the brand. If there is a lack of character in décor, how can you expect to find comfort in your own space? Your own cozy haven, right? So, one thing to do to combat all of this would be to look into vintage and second-hand shops.

Not only are you saving money on décor, but there are going to be plenty of unique designs that you simply can’t buy elsewhere. Whether you’re interested in old teacups, light fixtures, table clothes, or even one-of-a-kind furniture, you can absolutely count on finding all of this and so much more to help complete the lovely look that you’re wanting to achieve in your home.

Don’t be afraid to play with patterns


When it comes to more modern interior design looks, it’s less about color and design and more about structure. If you check some modern-day styles, you’ll find that it’s quite minimalistic. While everyone is entitled to their own loves, it never hurts to throw some vibrant colors and fresh patterns into the mix. Whether you’re wishing to opt into floral patterns, stripes, herringbone, checkered, tartan, or maybe something else, why not embrace it!  Those old-style quilts that are sometimes in thrift shops are all about mashing different patterns together. Definitely have fun with it!


Embrace the surroundings of your home


If you have a garden, then great! Gardens are one of the greatest ways to not only enjoy nature from the comfort of your home, but they can give you fresh air and even help make the space look better. But even if your home doesn’t have a garden, you can still bring some nature in and out of your space. If you have a balcony, use it! Add some lovely flowers to it. Why not have some planters on your windows? If you have a house, why not add some flowers to the outside of it? Just embrace the surroundings of your space, and let nature just completely thrive!

Overall, if you have a soft spot for this style of décor, it can be one of the better ways to just break away from over-consumerism and embrace what you already have. This is one of the biggest reasons why this aesthetic has become so entirely loved by people, especially gen Z!


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Kori is a late diagnosed autistic/ADHD mom. She is currently located in Albany, NY where she is raising a neurodiverse family. Her older daughter is non-speaking autistic (and also has ADHD and Anxiety) and her youngest daughter is HSP/Gifted. A blogger, podcaster, writer, product creator, and coach; Kori shares autism family life- the highs, lows, messy, and real. Kori brings her own life experiences as an autistic woman combined with her adventures in momming to bring you the day-to-day of her life at home. Kori is on a mission to empower moms of autistic children to make informed parenting decisions with confidence and conviction.

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