Shabby Chic’s New Collection Is a #Cottagecore Dream Come True

published Jun 30, 2020
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If you’re currently living for the #Cottagecore aesthetic—that being all things chippy, vintage, antique, and looking like it belongs in an English country chalet—then you’re going to want to turn your attention to Shabby Chic’s brand new collection of furniture and lighting, “inspired by vintage treasures and flea market finds,” each of which highlights “the core value of the beauty of imperfection.”

Shabby Chic, the boutique brand founded by Rachel Ashwell, added 16 new pieces to their stock—each of which remains true to Shabby Chic’s blend of “English POV with the ease of California living,” as is stated in a press release.

Each of the pieces introduced in the collection appears perfectly worn like it’s been in the family for generations. And all will look stunning when placed in a floral-wallpapered room, adorned with fresh clippings from the garden and freshly-baked scones.

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For example, the Beauchamp Bar Cart, with its chippy-paint spindle legs and antiqued brass casters, is the perfect home for your brandies, ports, and other elixirs.

Buy: Beauchamp Bar Cart, $599

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And the Kingsbury Chandelier would look utterly divine hung over a farm table loaded up with garden-grown veggies and loaves of warm bread. (See what I mean about the wallpaper? To die for.)

Buy: Kingsbury Chandelier, $899.99

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Or, if you’re looking for something a bit more rustic to tone down the femininity of your #cottagecore decor, check out the Hollyhill Table Lamp. It’s whitewashed, then sanded base is understated, yet still just as beautiful to look at as its companions.

Buy: Hollyhill Table Lamp, $398/pair

You can browse through the entire Shabby Chic furniture and lighting collection over on the Shabby Chic website. Or, if you’re local to the brand’s Santa Monica store, you can find the new pieces there, as well.