After years of mid-century modern furniture and pared-back Scandinavian chic being touted as the interior style, the rise of cottagecore last year comes as something of a relief. It's cluttered, it's cosy and it's as far away as possible from the constant hum of modern city life. Essentially, it's like trying to make your home look as if it belongs to the Borrowers.
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