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Delve into the enchanting world of Cottagecore, the latest interior design sensation sweeping through social media. Cottagecore evokes a profound connection to nature, weaving together artisanal and vintage elements to create a sense of comfort and nostalgia. On today’s blog we are looking into the ways that we’ve reimagined this trend with our unique Kit Kemp flair.

Step into The Potting Shed at Dorset Square Hotel, where handcrafted ceramic art adorns the walls in shades of green and yellow, creating a botanical oasis that transports diners to a serene countryside setting.

Texture plays a pivotal role in our designs, as we prioritise natural materials like wool for its inviting tactility and warmth. We love using it on sumptuous sofas that make you never want to leave. Adding needlework and appliqué to the design, further adds to this homely feeling.

While we cherish vibrant hues, we understand the importance of balance. Tranquil tones infuse our spaces with a sense of calm and serenity, creating a restful space in which to relax.

Antiques are thoughtfully integrated into our schemes, imbuing each space with character and a lived-in feel. Exposed beams add to the rustic charm, evoking the cosy atmosphere of an English cottage.

Though fireplaces may rarely roar to life in the heart of London, they serve as focal points in our hotel bedrooms, enhancing the ambience with their textured stone facades.

Meanwhile, our rooftop gardens and terraces offer urban oases, where verdant greenery flourishes amidst the bustling city.

Here, our well-tendered chickens provide fresh eggs for our chefs and potentially, your breakfast!

By seamlessly melding vintage allure with modern comforts, Cottagecore allows you to experience the tranquility of the countryside within the heart of the city. We hope we have inspired you to add a little Cottagecore to your spaces this spring!

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