Forestcore is everywhere — here are 6 buys that bring the nature-inspired aesthetic inside

Live your best forest dweller life

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If you’ve spent time scrolling TikTok, Instagram, or Pinterest recently, you’ve probably heard of the new nature-inspired trend that everyone, including me, is obsessing over. I mean, who wouldn’t be wild about a trend that’s focused on creating a more outdoor-focused space within your home? Perhaps as a plant parent, I'm tiny bit biased.

It's called forestcore and it blends muted (natural) colors, plush fabrics, a heck of a lot of plants, and plenty of natural textures. For anyone with a love of nature or who dreams of running away into the good ol' woodland, this decor style is guaranteed to make you feel more at home. 

While it should be said that some elements of forestcore decor are reminiscent of the cottagecore trend, forestcore aims to bring nature as a whole into your home. Forestcore also features a li'l moodier color palette, whereas cottagecore (and her cousin, fairycore) have a more springtime feel. 

Intrigued by the concept of bringing nature into your home with a forestcore-inspired space? I’ve rounded up six key buys that’ll help to get you started. 

Beth Mahoney
Staff Writer

Hi! I’m Beth, and I’m a staff writer at Real Homes. With an eye for pretty things (think: quirky wall prints, scalloped edge furniture, and decadent-looking tableware) but a limited budget, I love nothing more than a bargain buy. I’m forever searching for items that will add style to my rather sterile, rented newbuild townhouse. I am forever searching for eye-catching and on-trend pieces of decor that will add personality without damaging the paintwork. When I’m not writing and researching trends and news pieces, you’ll usually find me camped out at my favorite coffee house with my Kindle, testing out new beauty products to blog about, restoring old furniture, or going on Instagrammable beach walks with my dog and fiancé.