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As the days get shorter and the nights get a little bit colder, many of us are looking for ways to make our homes more inviting and cozy. One of the best ways to do this is by embracing the concept of “hygge” in our living and décor practices, so I’ve put together this easy to follow guide on how to live a hygge lifestyle.
Hygge (pronounced hoo-gah) is a Danish concept that centers on creating a cozy, homey atmosphere in the home. It is all about embracing the comfort of home and creating a peaceful, relaxing environment. Hygge is often associated with simple pleasures like enjoying a cup of tea, curling up with a good book, or having a fire in the fireplace. It’s clean and cozy, but not cluttered.
When it comes to décor, hygge encourages us to focus on inviting elements that foster comfort and relaxation. Natural elements like wood, stone, and linen are popular choices for hygge décor. Soft lighting, warm colors, and plush textures like throws and cushions are also great additions to the hygge aesthetic.
Finally, to make your home truly hygge, don’t forget to add items that bring you joy. Whether it’s an old family photo, a painting you love, or a vintage heirloom, adding personal touches will make your home feel truly special and inviting.