NOW’S THE SEASON

Bring hygge to your home

Hygge is an all-year lifestyle, but it really comes to life around Christmas with festive décor and an even greater emphasis on the value of family time.

Hygge is candlelight and blankets on a cold December evening. It’s freshly brewed coffee and flowing conversation. It’s abandoning the Wi-Fi and connecting with what really matters: our loved ones. Below we offer you a few insights, helping you bring a little hygge to the place you call home.

ADD A SPARK

Introducing elements in shiny glass and brass finishes will lift the space and add interest; creating the perfect balance for tea and great conversation with friends and family.

STYLISH AND COSY

Cosy living comes easier with a rich, organic palette of Bordeaux, dark blues and forest greens. These tones envelope you, creating a rich and intimate space.

A Hygge tip from an expert

I love introducing nature, in the form of freshly cut flowers, branches, herbs and the like. And for Christmas I add little extras, like handmade ornaments, much-loved finds and of course, plenty of candles.

- Interior designer Gitte Kjær

Soft and shiny

With small touches, you can add real cosiness to your space. Try working with woollen blankets, soft furnishings and shiny fabrics.

a calm mood

Soften the mood further with dimmed lighting and candlelights to create a unique and calming atmosphere.

SETTING THE TABLE

“The table is often a focal point for big parties and small gatherings alike. So experiment and make yours extra special. I often work with themes; combining complimentary colours with my own personal touches.“ – Interior designer Gitte Kjær

Cuddle up

In the cold winter months, what is more hygge, than lighting a few candles and escaping the cold with soft cushions and cuddly throws?

Give the gift of hygge

Hygge is something shared. It is taking comfort in each other's company and sharing good times with loved ones. Consider bringing a bit of hygge with you the next time you visit the people you love.

Gift ideas