Hygge : In your living room


Danes are among the happiest people in the world and Hygge is a reflection of the Danish soul. In your living room, Hygge invites quality time with family and friends, cocooned in soft textures while sipping coffee by the warm glow of candlelight or sunshine over the wooden furniture!! Overall, Hygge is a lifestyle choice of comfort, pleasure and wellbeing that you can easily bring to your living room.


Hygge encourages you to enjoy the simple joys of life, like curling up on the sofa for a movie or cosy chats with loved ones. As the focal point of your living room, the sofa starts your Hygge journey, expressing comfort and intimacy. Choosing soft, neutral colours like grey, brown and blue relaxes the mind. The contemporary teak sofa provides a soothing aesthetic. Stacked some cushions in plush fabrics to  invite you to settle in for long, leisurely moments.

Along with your sofa, adding ARMCHAIRS to the sofa setup denote social gatherings in the living room. Think elegant, by adding slim lines with a matching customisable footstool!.. As a final touch, throws or blankets in natural materials promote serene welcoming setup..


Creating an environment of happiness is central to Hygge. Your personal mementoes are a statement of who you are, showcasing your love of life and reminding you of cherished memories. To avoid clutter, create displays that draw the eye to one area on shelving or coffee tables with clean lines and organic shapes. For example, the slender legs and round table top of the GO ROUND COFFEE TABLE shall work as a chic resting place for vases or magazines.

Add books, photos, travel paraphernalia, historic treasures or anything that expresses your personality and gives you a feeling of happiness. Other elements for accessorising might include OPULENCE TRAY, YOKE TRAY, TABLE MAT ,coasters  are of the little elements that can bring jou in your life.


Imagine that feeling of coming in from a brisk walk, Expect the outside in your Hygge atmosphere of your living room. Bringing the outdoors in allows you to maintain this connection with nature and it’s integral to embracing Hygge as a mindset and a lifestyle choice.

One way to do this is with plenty of natural light and dedicated areas to highlight it, like a reading nook near a window, overlooking the garden. Decor might include vases with fresh flowers and wooden planters which we are going to launch in the near future.Most of all though, lush, indoor potted plants mean you’re never far from the crisp air and soothing greenery of the forest, amid the natural simplicity that induces Hygge.


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