A floral and fauna accent wall feels right at home in this days-of-yore style. However, you don't have to opt for a permanent solution. Peel-and-stick wallpaper is easy to install and remove, giving you the look you want in a cinch.
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Step away from the hustle and bustle of modern living for a moment to embrace the nostalgia and simplicity of yesteryear. Taking its cue from the English countryside, cottagecore design infuses your space with unmatched warmth and coziness – no matter where you live.
Discover how to give your kitchen a cottagecore-inspired makeover with these simple design tips.
Incorporate Open Shelving
Have everyday dishes, glasses and cooking essentials, like the always-needed Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce, right on hand with rustic open shelving. Not only do they keep everything you need within reach, but they also evoke an airy, relaxed aesthetic. Style them with your favorite vintage finds to bring instant charm and character to your kitchen.
Create an Accent Wall
So long, contemporary knobs and pulls. Switch them out with timeless cup pulls that lend an antique touch. It's a simple change with a big impact.
Keep Your Countertop Clutter Free
Cottagecore looks collected not chaotic. Use space-saving and convenient organizers to clear off your countertops.
A rolling cart adds extra countertop and shelf space to your kitchen and is handy storage for your everyday spices and sauces, like salt, pepper and Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce.
Hanging baskets make the most of unused vertical space in your kitchen and give you the perfect spot to store produce.
Embrace Wall Hooks
Functional and stylish, use wall hooks to house and display decorative aprons and tea towels. Hang your reusable bags, as well, for quick access as you head out the door to the farmer's market.
Slip a cover over your barstools for added cushion that delivers texture and coziness to your seating.
Bring the Outdoors In
Cottagecore is all about embracing natural beauty. Create an untamed bouquet with wildflowers and forage materials in a vintage pitcher.