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21 Christmas gift ideas that say  ‘my aesthetic is cottagecore’

What’s cottagecore? It’s the internet aesthetic that defines 2020; a nostalgic, escapist mood described by the New York Times as a “calming ethos for our febrile moment”. It’s prairie dresses and baking, cute tiny animals and sprawling wild gardens; a vibe that appears on carefully curated Instagram mood boards and TikTok.

“It is Beatrix Potter, The Secret Garden, Miss Honey from Matilda, the Shire,” writes Vox, in a piece that also explores cottagecore’s queer connections.

Sound like someone you know? These whimsical nature-inspired Christmas gift ideas are ideal for those who hunger for a slow, harmonious country life - but aren’t ready to give up their constantly connected city lifestyles.

Alice Fennessy moon calendar, $25, from Crushes

Isadia seasonal flower bouquet, from $60

Woven, handmade picnic basket, $350, from Frances Nation

Blossom Parade Gin - Limited Edition, $85, from Hastings Distillers

Sophie Conran trowel, $79, from Father Rabbit

Marle hat, $80

Claybird Ceramics tumbler, $70

Widdess dress, $339

Fornasetti Flora Coromandel candle, $362, from Mecca

Sphaera laundry bar, $18

Hydrangea Ranger handmade and one-off pressed flower suncatcher, $79

Bluebells Cakery boysenberry jam, $8.50

Astrid Wilson print, $119, from Ruby

Pauariki Honey pine cone beeswax candle, $14, from Made Good

Cushion, $45, from Redcurrent

Fresh Retro Love vintage-inspired wool rug, $299

Dunoon herbal remedies mug, $59, from The Studio of Tableware

Pidät bird silo, $129, from Everyday Needs

New Zealand birdsong clock, $150, from Iko Iko

The Kew Gardener's Guide to Growing Orchids, $28, from Father Rabbit

Handmade flower trug, $120, from Garden Objects

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What’s cottagecore? It’s the internet aesthetic that defines 2020; a nostalgic, escapist mood described by the New York Times as a “calming ethos for our febrile moment”. It’s prairie dresses and baking, cute tiny animals and sprawling wild gardens; a vibe that appears on carefully curated Instagram mood boards and TikTok.

“It is Beatrix Potter, The Secret Garden, Miss Honey from Matilda, the Shire,” writes Vox, in a piece that also explores cottagecore’s queer connections.

Sound like someone you know? These whimsical nature-inspired Christmas gift ideas are ideal for those who hunger for a slow, harmonious country life - but aren’t ready to give up their constantly connected city lifestyles.

Alice Fennessy moon calendar, $25, from Crushes

Isadia seasonal flower bouquet, from $60

Woven, handmade picnic basket, $350, from Frances Nation

Blossom Parade Gin - Limited Edition, $85, from Hastings Distillers

Sophie Conran trowel, $79, from Father Rabbit

Marle hat, $80

Claybird Ceramics tumbler, $70

Widdess dress, $339

Fornasetti Flora Coromandel candle, $362, from Mecca

Sphaera laundry bar, $18

Hydrangea Ranger handmade and one-off pressed flower suncatcher, $79

Bluebells Cakery boysenberry jam, $8.50

Astrid Wilson print, $119, from Ruby

Pauariki Honey pine cone beeswax candle, $14, from Made Good

Cushion, $45, from Redcurrent

Fresh Retro Love vintage-inspired wool rug, $299

Dunoon herbal remedies mug, $59, from The Studio of Tableware

Pidät bird silo, $129, from Everyday Needs

New Zealand birdsong clock, $150, from Iko Iko

The Kew Gardener's Guide to Growing Orchids, $28, from Father Rabbit

Handmade flower trug, $120, from Garden Objects

Creativity, evocative visual storytelling and good journalism come at a price. Support our work and join the Ensemble membership program
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21 Christmas gift ideas that say  ‘my aesthetic is cottagecore’

What’s cottagecore? It’s the internet aesthetic that defines 2020; a nostalgic, escapist mood described by the New York Times as a “calming ethos for our febrile moment”. It’s prairie dresses and baking, cute tiny animals and sprawling wild gardens; a vibe that appears on carefully curated Instagram mood boards and TikTok.

“It is Beatrix Potter, The Secret Garden, Miss Honey from Matilda, the Shire,” writes Vox, in a piece that also explores cottagecore’s queer connections.

Sound like someone you know? These whimsical nature-inspired Christmas gift ideas are ideal for those who hunger for a slow, harmonious country life - but aren’t ready to give up their constantly connected city lifestyles.

Alice Fennessy moon calendar, $25, from Crushes

Isadia seasonal flower bouquet, from $60

Woven, handmade picnic basket, $350, from Frances Nation

Blossom Parade Gin - Limited Edition, $85, from Hastings Distillers

Sophie Conran trowel, $79, from Father Rabbit

Marle hat, $80

Claybird Ceramics tumbler, $70

Widdess dress, $339

Fornasetti Flora Coromandel candle, $362, from Mecca

Sphaera laundry bar, $18

Hydrangea Ranger handmade and one-off pressed flower suncatcher, $79

Bluebells Cakery boysenberry jam, $8.50

Astrid Wilson print, $119, from Ruby

Pauariki Honey pine cone beeswax candle, $14, from Made Good

Cushion, $45, from Redcurrent

Fresh Retro Love vintage-inspired wool rug, $299

Dunoon herbal remedies mug, $59, from The Studio of Tableware

Pidät bird silo, $129, from Everyday Needs

New Zealand birdsong clock, $150, from Iko Iko

The Kew Gardener's Guide to Growing Orchids, $28, from Father Rabbit

Handmade flower trug, $120, from Garden Objects

Creativity, evocative visual storytelling and good journalism come at a price. Support our work and join the Ensemble membership program
No items found.

21 Christmas gift ideas that say  ‘my aesthetic is cottagecore’

What’s cottagecore? It’s the internet aesthetic that defines 2020; a nostalgic, escapist mood described by the New York Times as a “calming ethos for our febrile moment”. It’s prairie dresses and baking, cute tiny animals and sprawling wild gardens; a vibe that appears on carefully curated Instagram mood boards and TikTok.

“It is Beatrix Potter, The Secret Garden, Miss Honey from Matilda, the Shire,” writes Vox, in a piece that also explores cottagecore’s queer connections.

Sound like someone you know? These whimsical nature-inspired Christmas gift ideas are ideal for those who hunger for a slow, harmonious country life - but aren’t ready to give up their constantly connected city lifestyles.

Alice Fennessy moon calendar, $25, from Crushes

Isadia seasonal flower bouquet, from $60

Woven, handmade picnic basket, $350, from Frances Nation

Blossom Parade Gin - Limited Edition, $85, from Hastings Distillers

Sophie Conran trowel, $79, from Father Rabbit

Marle hat, $80

Claybird Ceramics tumbler, $70

Widdess dress, $339

Fornasetti Flora Coromandel candle, $362, from Mecca

Sphaera laundry bar, $18

Hydrangea Ranger handmade and one-off pressed flower suncatcher, $79

Bluebells Cakery boysenberry jam, $8.50

Astrid Wilson print, $119, from Ruby

Pauariki Honey pine cone beeswax candle, $14, from Made Good

Cushion, $45, from Redcurrent

Fresh Retro Love vintage-inspired wool rug, $299

Dunoon herbal remedies mug, $59, from The Studio of Tableware

Pidät bird silo, $129, from Everyday Needs

New Zealand birdsong clock, $150, from Iko Iko

The Kew Gardener's Guide to Growing Orchids, $28, from Father Rabbit

Handmade flower trug, $120, from Garden Objects

Creativity, evocative visual storytelling and good journalism come at a price. Support our work and join the Ensemble membership program
No items found.

What’s cottagecore? It’s the internet aesthetic that defines 2020; a nostalgic, escapist mood described by the New York Times as a “calming ethos for our febrile moment”. It’s prairie dresses and baking, cute tiny animals and sprawling wild gardens; a vibe that appears on carefully curated Instagram mood boards and TikTok.

“It is Beatrix Potter, The Secret Garden, Miss Honey from Matilda, the Shire,” writes Vox, in a piece that also explores cottagecore’s queer connections.

Sound like someone you know? These whimsical nature-inspired Christmas gift ideas are ideal for those who hunger for a slow, harmonious country life - but aren’t ready to give up their constantly connected city lifestyles.

Alice Fennessy moon calendar, $25, from Crushes

Isadia seasonal flower bouquet, from $60

Woven, handmade picnic basket, $350, from Frances Nation

Blossom Parade Gin - Limited Edition, $85, from Hastings Distillers

Sophie Conran trowel, $79, from Father Rabbit

Marle hat, $80

Claybird Ceramics tumbler, $70

Widdess dress, $339

Fornasetti Flora Coromandel candle, $362, from Mecca

Sphaera laundry bar, $18

Hydrangea Ranger handmade and one-off pressed flower suncatcher, $79

Bluebells Cakery boysenberry jam, $8.50

Astrid Wilson print, $119, from Ruby

Pauariki Honey pine cone beeswax candle, $14, from Made Good

Cushion, $45, from Redcurrent

Fresh Retro Love vintage-inspired wool rug, $299

Dunoon herbal remedies mug, $59, from The Studio of Tableware

Pidät bird silo, $129, from Everyday Needs

New Zealand birdsong clock, $150, from Iko Iko

The Kew Gardener's Guide to Growing Orchids, $28, from Father Rabbit

Handmade flower trug, $120, from Garden Objects

Creativity, evocative visual storytelling and good journalism come at a price. Support our work and join the Ensemble membership program
No items found.

21 Christmas gift ideas that say  ‘my aesthetic is cottagecore’

What’s cottagecore? It’s the internet aesthetic that defines 2020; a nostalgic, escapist mood described by the New York Times as a “calming ethos for our febrile moment”. It’s prairie dresses and baking, cute tiny animals and sprawling wild gardens; a vibe that appears on carefully curated Instagram mood boards and TikTok.

“It is Beatrix Potter, The Secret Garden, Miss Honey from Matilda, the Shire,” writes Vox, in a piece that also explores cottagecore’s queer connections.

Sound like someone you know? These whimsical nature-inspired Christmas gift ideas are ideal for those who hunger for a slow, harmonious country life - but aren’t ready to give up their constantly connected city lifestyles.

Alice Fennessy moon calendar, $25, from Crushes

Isadia seasonal flower bouquet, from $60

Woven, handmade picnic basket, $350, from Frances Nation

Blossom Parade Gin - Limited Edition, $85, from Hastings Distillers

Sophie Conran trowel, $79, from Father Rabbit

Marle hat, $80

Claybird Ceramics tumbler, $70

Widdess dress, $339

Fornasetti Flora Coromandel candle, $362, from Mecca

Sphaera laundry bar, $18

Hydrangea Ranger handmade and one-off pressed flower suncatcher, $79

Bluebells Cakery boysenberry jam, $8.50

Astrid Wilson print, $119, from Ruby

Pauariki Honey pine cone beeswax candle, $14, from Made Good

Cushion, $45, from Redcurrent

Fresh Retro Love vintage-inspired wool rug, $299

Dunoon herbal remedies mug, $59, from The Studio of Tableware

Pidät bird silo, $129, from Everyday Needs

New Zealand birdsong clock, $150, from Iko Iko

The Kew Gardener's Guide to Growing Orchids, $28, from Father Rabbit

Handmade flower trug, $120, from Garden Objects

Creativity, evocative visual storytelling and good journalism come at a price. Support our work and join the Ensemble membership program
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