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Yes, Cottagecore Is Still Trending, According To TikTok


According to a study by insurance site GoCompare Home about TikTok hashtags, last year’s popular interior design trend is also the most popular this year. The picturesque landscape aesthetic came first with a staggering 5.3 billion hashtags on the social media platform, followed by the modern mid-century with 70.6 million hashtags.

To prove how homeowners have embraced cottagecore, third place is taken by a cottagecore-related trend – dried flowers. The rest of the list includes green walls, pink bathrooms, and Japandi (a combination of Japanese minimalism and Scandinavian style). Here is the full list:

It’s no surprise that Cottagecore is still so popular. Aesthetics allow people to reconnect with nature and nature at a time when many people isolate themselves at home.

“With enough time when the pandemic hit and quarantine were the order of the day around the world, we turned to finding fulfillment and purpose beyond our financial potential – and Cottagecore was the perfect vehicle,” enthusiast Noemie Sérieux told Architectural Digest .

And the cottage core aesthetic doesn’t have to cost you a lot of money. Here’s how to get the look on a budget (all of these items are less than $ 30 on Amazon).



Robert Dunfee