Best Cottagecore Wallpaper Ideas For Your Home Decor

Every so often we see an interior design trend come through that fits perfectly into the Cosy Home aesthetic. Over recent years, we’ve fallen in love with cottagecore, a whimsical take on rustic simplicity. It focuses on cosiness, domesticity, sustainability, handcrafted and vintage for a look that you can make uniquely yours. We’ve rounded up some of the best cottagecore wallpaper ideas to help you create the cottagecore aesthetic look in your own cosy home.

What is Cottagecore?

First things first, what exactly is cottagecore? The cottagecore trend came into fruition a few years ago and celebrates a laid back approach to simple living and an idealised form of nostalgia and rural life. It’s a lifestyle trend rooted in traditional skills, such as handmade crafts, home baking, gardening and making your own clothes, so not surprisingly cottagecore fashion is as big as interior design is.

Why is cottagecore so popular?

The cottagecore vibe has been around for a few years, but it’s still incredibly popular and the cottagecore interiors trend is still thriving in 2023. It’s emphasis on rural living and focus on the simple pleasures of life seems to inherently appeal to people and it’s encouraged youngsters to dig out old family heirlooms, passed down accessories and traditional old furniture to use in their home designs.

Best cottagecore aesthetic wallpapers

Cottagecore wallpapers often tend to feature natural materials, soothing colours, botancial prints, floral designs, farm life and images of animals. There’s a wide variety of cottagecore style wallpaper available, so here’s the Cosy Home guide to the best cottagecore style wallpapers to decorate your home with this year!

1. The Lost Garden wallpaper, Studio LeCocq

The Lost Garden wallpaper, Studio LeCocq

‘The Lost Garden’ is a wild botanical chintz inspired wallpaper from the ‘British Biophilia’ Collection. The pattern is inspired by the botanical artist William Kilburn, who was famous for his detailed chintzes in the 18th century. Drawing from the beautiful spring flowers growing at Shute Farm’s forgotten Peace Garden, in Somerset. This is a breezy slate blue hue of the original pencil drawing design on a lovely warm white background color palette and would be perfect on a dining room wall. £185/roll, available from Studio LeCocq.

2. Paisley fern wallpaper, Fiona Howard Wallpapers

Paisley fern wallpaper, Fiona Howard Wallpapers

This gorgeous cottagecore pattern is loosely based on an Indian paisley but with a botanical twist. Its overall coverage makes it perfect for a country cottage or a small bedroom. Fiona Howard’s wallpapers are based on her hand-cut, lino printed designs. Printed in UK on FSC papers using environmentally friendly inks. For every roll of wallpaper you buy a tree is planted in conjunction with ‘One Tree Planted’. £98/roll, available from Fiona Howard Wallpapers.

3. Cottage tulip wallpaper, Stil Haven

Cottage tulip wallpaper, Stil Haven

This pretty Cottage Tulip wallpaper by Stil Haven makes a great choice for a variety of rooms from a relaxing living room to a calming bedroom or girly bedroom scheme. With a painterly blush backdrop, this simple yet stylish wallpaper design is ideal for a modern country home. The scale of the flowers is balanced into beautiful harmony with the soft colour palette and hand painted qualities to the design. £105/roll, available from Lime Lace.

4. Trailing eucalyptus wallpaper, I Love Wallpaper

Beautiful shades of autumnal brown and orange petal-sized leaves, delicately drape down this neutral backdrop for a comforting feeling throughout. This serene wallpaper will pair with neutral, beige, and wooden furniture for a warming, cottage vibe in your living area or bedroom. Since this design is paste-the-wall, it is easy to apply the paste directly to the wall and apply your strips in order and no messy pasting tables. £24/roll, available from I Love Wallpaper.

5. Bloomin’ marvellous coral charm wallpaper, Divine Savages

Bloomin’ marvellous coral charm wallpaper, Divine Savages

An alluringly dark wallpaper with tones of terracotta, burnt orange and blue, designed to bring your room into bloom. Inspired by the beautiful St James’s Park in London, this Bloomin’ Marvellous print features expansive blooms of trailing peonies representing the cottagecore lifestyle trend. Set against the backdrop of the park’s Dutch Cottage, they are joined by the resident royal pelicans to create a whimsical wonderland that’s big on botanical with a touch of Chinoiserie. £150/roll, available from Divine Savages.

6. Radish wallpaper in moss, Fiona Howard Wallpapers

Radish wallpaper in moss, Fiona Howard Wallpapers

Rows of block print radishes feature on an olive green background in this aesthetic wallpaper. This rich earthy wallpaper with contrasting ochre radishes would look fabulous in a country kitchen, but work equally well in a cottage bedroom or bathroom. Shown here with its coordinating wallpaper border ( sold separately ). £98/roll, available from Fiona Howard Wallpapers.

7. Branch wallpaper, Bobbi Beck

Branch wallpaper, Bobbi Beck

This Van Gogh wallpaper is adapted from one of the artist’s greatest artworks, Almond Blossom. Although technically a different flower, this designs works well if you’re looking for a cherry blossom wallpaper design. In beige, the design works well in Japanese and Japandi schemes as well as classic cottagecore style. However, if you’re looking from something bolder, this blossom design is also available in pink, red and blue, making it suitable for any room of the house. A very versatile design, this Vincent Van Gogh wallpaper can add sophistication to many spaces, including children’s rooms and nurseries as well as living rooms, bathrooms and kitchens. £69/roll, available from Bobbi Beck.

8. Countryside trail wallpaper, Lucie Annabel

Countryside trail wallpaper, Lucie Annabel

Escape to country bliss in the English countryside with this delicately painted leaf print wallpaper in shades of olive green and blush pink. Hang Countryside Trails in your bedroom, powder room or hallway to create an inviting, cottagecore aesthetic. £46/roll, available from Lucie Annabel.

9. Korond floral beechnut wallpaper, Mind the Gap

Korond floral beechnut wallpaper, Mind the Gap

Inspired by the old Transylvanian authentic pottery, this Korond Floral wallpaper is an homage to the traditional artisans. Each leaf, stem and pistil is carefully showcased in the plethora of flowers that enrich this hand drawn pattern. Available in five different shades: beechnut, clematis, dune, indigo and leather. £135/roll, available from Mind the Gap.

10. Mixed bee dark green wallpaper, Lola Design

Mixed bee dark green wallpaper, Lola Design

This bumble bee design is a best seller in the United Kingdom and a definite favourite from the wildlife botanical range. It would create the perfect statement wall in a bedroom, living room or even kitchen and reminds us of the simple things in life. £99.99/roll, available from Lola Design.

Hopefully this post will have given you a good insight into the variety of cottagecore style wallpapers available and inspired you to think about using the trend in your home decor. Of course, cottagecore style isn’t just limited to your walls – there are plenty of ways you can incorporate the popular trend into every aspect of your home decor, from flooring, curtains and throw pillows, to home accessories and furniture.

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