Equal parts nostalgic and natural, with heaping helpings of cozy and country, the cottagecore movement in home design harkens back to a simpler time where warmth and comfort were the top priorities. Taking its name directly from cottages in the English countryside
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We are, without a doubt, living in the golden age of technological development. In just a couple of decades, we went from relying on a corded telephone hung up in our kitchens to communicate, to walking around with supercomputers in our pockets. And with the rise of technology comes the rise of smart home technology. An automatic air conditioning unit used to be the pinnacle of technology for our homes, but now we can feed our pets, lock the doors, and turn on that air conditioning unit with a simple tap on your smartphone. And we can use it to keep our homes safe, giving us a greater peace of mind. And with the rise of technology comes the rise of smart home technology.
Many people are ditching the white picket fence with the big house and two-car garage for a more simple life. Tiny houses have become the rage, especially among younger generations. And small-space living isn't without its advantages. It is cozy, easy to clean, cost-effective, and surprisingly mobile.