Coziness is key to making your home feel hygge. Add lots of throw pillows and blankets with soft textures, and mix it up with some woven baskets and natural woods for that perfect hygge feel.
Candles, candles, and more candles.
Hygge is all about that cozy mood lighting. Add lots of candles (flameless candles also work great!) and twinkle lights for a cozy holiday home.
Use area rugs.
Area rugs help add comfort, texture and warmth to a space. Go for a high pile rug for extra comfort, or a woven jute for more natural textures, or something with a pattern for visual interest.
Pick a palette that makes you happy.
Make your home feel calm and relaxing (even during the busy holiday season) by choosing a color palette that makes you feel at home and happy. Neutrals not your style? No problem! Hygge design doesn’t have to be lacking in color, it just needs to feel cozy to you.
Don’t sweat the small stuff.
Hygge is about coziness and contentment, and not worrying about the holiday season stresses. Tis the season to treat yourself, and we’re not just talking about presents. Take some quality time to do whatever you love with whoever you love, and enjoy your holiday season.