Slower rhythms, contact with nature, rediscovery of oneself: cottagecore, which has exploded on social networks, is one of the major trends of the moment, and it not only embraces the furniture, but all spheres of life, from fashion to daily hobbies, thereby standing out from other styles such as shabby chic. But what are the specific features of the cottagecore trend? How has it influenced kitchen furnishings? Let’s discover it together!
Home-made bread, embroidered tablecloths, bouquets of freshly picked flowered: cottagecore makes its way into the home, evoking an atmosphere of times gone by, made up of small special gestures rediscovered in their simplicity. This trend became known during lockdown, particularly among young people who were forced to stay indoors and began to dream of an alternative reality to the one they had experienced, yearning for long walks outdoors, surrounded by green countryside.
This is how our grandparents’ houses becomes a source of inspiration for the kitchen’s cottagecore furniture, which focuses on natural fabrics, soft colours and floral patterns.
One of Scavolini’s models closely in tune with this trend is definitely Favilla, a stylish solution that recalls the lifestyle of country dwellings: how? Through its details.
A fascinating feature is undoubtedly the travertine marble monobloc with a shaped chopping board which, combined with retro-style taps, creates a delightful traditional look, completing a composition which, although inspired by the past, offers every contemporary comfort.
The linear- or end-shaped plinth also has a nostalgic appeal, and it can be fitted anywhere on the composition, embellishing it. It is precisely due to this research and attention to detail that Favilla helps to recreate the set of a picnic in the countryside, even in the city.
Among the finishes, the stylish Dove Grey and Prestige White matt lacquered finishes stand out or, for those who prefer the material effect, the comforting tone of Nodato Oak wood, for a perfect retro style.