Here are a few simple ways to bring Hygge into your home:
Texture, texture and more texture
Adding texture through accessories and fabrics is a great way to add warmth to a room.
Faux Fur Brown Throw, £90.00 from John Lewis
Casa Couture Hammered Metal Vase, £50.00 - £110.00 from House of Fraser
Biba Long Black Fur Cushion, £29.00 from House of Fraser
Calm and collected
Candles are an essential part of Hygee life, and are the perfect way to create that homely and relaxed ambience. Both the scents and gentle glow can transform your home in no time, instantly calming you when you really need to unwind and recharge.
Sheer Vanilla 3-wick candle, Was £12.00 Now £9.60 from Debenhams
Tea rose scented tea lights, £3.00 from Marks & Spencer
Lighten up your life
You can bring in some extra light and lift your mood through beautiful decorative lighting. Soft lighting can help bring a positive mindset and the pretty designs will really make you smile.
Love Standing Light, £12.00 from Primark
Harrison pendant ceiling light, £40.00 from Debenhams
Warm on the inside
Sitting down with a warm cup of tea or hot chocolate with one of your favourite biscuits is one of life’s small but delightful pleasures. What better way to start your day or unwind before bed? Source homewares with tonal colours or smooth patterns, think soft grey, cream and duck egg blue.
Grey & Willow Pebbled Mug, £6.00 from House of Fraser
Morphy Richards Brushed Stainless Steel Jug Kettle, £26.99 from Argos
Jamie Oliver Cream Biscuit Tin, £20.00 from Debenhams
Happy hygge-ing, enjoy sitting back and relaxing in your wonderful home.
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