Royal Albert’s Guide to Cottagecore
What is Cottagecore?
A wonderful trend that some Royal Albert fans will already be familiar with… the cottagecore trend embraces maximalism, while adding a delightful vintage twist. Transporting you back to simpler times, where afternoons were spent baking sweet treats, homes felt cosy, and we all felt a little more connected to nature.
Find out how to recreate this well-loved look in Royal Albert’s Guide to Cottagecore.
How to achieve the Cottagecore trend?
1. Embrace the organic colour palette
2. Decorate with teacups
Line open shelves with teacups and teapots and decorate your rooms with Royal Albert patterns. Choose your favourite pattern from the 100 Years of Royal Albert collection to begin, or mix and match patterns from the collection inspired by different decades.
With ten patterns in the 100 Years of Royal Albert collection, you could even pick a pattern to showcase per room!
3. Use floral patterns in cottagecore homes
Floral patterns and other botanical touches sit just right in a cottagecore home. Potted plants of varying sizes add a welcoming link to nature, while floral patterns on a wall or floor can add a generous serving of maximalism.
Another way to use floral patterns is through cottagecore inspired tea sets. Not only for the beautiful pattern, but also for the stories that old tea sets and teapots can tell.
Add pieces into your homes that spark conversation when guests visit – perhaps they were something that used to be in your grandparents home, or maybe you picked that old teapot up on a sunny day vintage shopping?
Founded in 1904, our cups and saucers have plenty of stories to tell over an afternoon tea. The Miranda Kerr Friendship collection was even inspired by afternoons spent drinking tea with her own grandmother.
4. Mix and match for a style unique to you
Be sure to make your cottagecore home unique by mixing and matching your favourite colours and patterns. Choose pale pinks if you prefer to keep muted tones throughout – our Rose Confetti collection of teaware is perfect for this.