Hygge inspired spaces…

If you’re living in a nice warm climate, disregard this post (or save it for future winter decoration inspiration!). Coming back to winter weather from a warmer climate has been a shock to my system and has forced me to hibernate more than I ever had in my past 32 years of existence. I find myself constantly reaching for chunky blankets, cozy sweaters, Pinterest, and hot, caffeinated drinks. The warmer, the chunkier…. the better.

I keep seeing people on social media post about how excited they are for warmer weather, springtime dresses, and I am too, to a degree. In my heart, I’m a sun and beach baby. But oddly enough, I’m not ready to part with the cold just yet. All things cozy are still very much on my mind. I don’t know if it’s just the pandemic effect causing me not to want to go outdoors or socialize, but I’m perfectly content sitting under 30 blankets, candles lit, and scrolling on my phone for 4 hours.

The Danish word hygge means ‘a quality of coziness and contentment’ and it caught on a few years ago in the English-speaking world. Being able to be content and cozy in your space is something that we all were forced to do during this weird year we are living in. Some have adjusted better than others, and I think I’m one of those extroverts that have discovered she has a side that is very introverted and realized that I love staying in. So join me in a fun Pinterest scroll (on my blog, without the annoying ads!), light a candle or two, pour yourself a glass (or two!) of wine, forget about the birds chirping outside.

1. Cozy reading nook…


2. Intimate attic oasis…


3. Balcony fort for grownups…


4. Airy piano sitting area…


5. Warm living room…


Which one is your favorite?

If you’re more into minimalist interiors, check out this post.

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