Autumn is the season of warm weather. Come September, we’ve shed our summer skin and embraced all things autumn. Personally, that means cups filled to the brim Apple juiceAnd the Soup on repeatAnd of course the return of home decor, intentions and routines. And while the concept has gained widespread adoption (in everything from play cards to me puzzles until cookbooks), it is the idea of bringing warmth and joy into your life that we embrace this season.
Danish concept (pronounced Hugh JoeIt affects how we approach the colder months. I like that it gives form to something inherently abstract: the simple, deep quality of comfort that brings a distinct sense of happiness and connection.
Hygge supports a lifestyle of gratitude for the small but cherished things and activities that light up our lives and bring us closer to those we love. It is a reminder to look for joy and beauty at every turn. And I guarantee that once you start practicing the hygge mindset, it’s hard to stop.
While hygge defines the perspective and relaxed atmosphere, we have a few favorites that are helping us set the stage for the upcoming cozy season. We have cooperated with our friends in Good haven inside To help you embrace your inner home this fall. Below, find out how to engage all five senses to evoke the cozy and comfortable vibes at home, all season long.
Get ready to kick back, relax and enjoy the cool weather – our hygge favorites are sure to warm your space.
5 tips from Hygge Home that will fill your space with warmth and warmth
Bring the relaxed atmosphere through touch
Imagine the experience
When I think of hygge, my mind instantly translates the term into rich, soft textures and comfortable textures. Although I like to absorb the visual impact of a particular piece of furniture or accessory, I always think first about how to do it Feel. Before buying any piece this fall, I ask myself the following:
- Is this something I want to stick around/with?
- Does this radiate comfort?
- Could I see myself hanging out at home all day?
Whether it’s in your home or in your closet, these questions should lead you in the right direction. Fortunately, we’re in an age when loungewear is cute and tailored enough to pass as WFH uniforms. As a result, you can catch up with me in some of the following formats, Monday through Friday: Comfortable jacket Plus Run This doubles as my favorite pj’s, but I feel comfortable leaving the house.
I’m also a forever fan of a matching set. The cashmere duo below maintains the comfort of living while giving relaxed vibes high allure. Oh, and don’t forget the slippers. When autumn rolls around, I want something soft, plush, and just in case These Sherpa slippersPerfect, on my feet at all times.
layer on fabric
When I am tempted to make hygge completely my person (again, like the clock comes in September), my mind immediately drifts to the faux sheepskin skins draped on the backs of wishbone chairs and the fluffy warm rugs underfoot. Of course yes Knit Cotton Blankets A must, as it is Handwoven pillows that begs you to embrace her in their comfort. When layering, be sure to select textures that complement each other rather than overwhelming your space with a variety of textures and looks. A pair of materials is best when one demonstrates the unique and intricate beauty of the other – the wool and cotton blend below is an excellent example.
Hygiene your home through the smell
Crafting a sensory story
I have found that smell is the sensation that has the most power to transport us to a particular time or place. It connects us to our deepest memories and provides the backdrop to our life’s most wonderful moments. While many of us familiar with the concept of hygge think first of touch and sight, scent embodies the experience of a precious commodity emanating from the oven or our loved one’s favorite perfume on display.
Nothing infuses these experiences of comfort, love, and warmth better than a thoughtfully crafted candle or diffuser that complements your space with the relaxing scent of autumn. An added bonus for the former: You can enjoy the convenient flash of the wick.
Fill your home with relaxing sounds
Create an intentional audio scene
I spend most of my time in the city, and the annoying noise of cars cruising past and foot traffic nearby has a way of calming my relaxed, calm mood. And while I’ve tried to compete with the outside chaos for years with sound machines and white noise, I’ve found that coexisting with soothing, calming music is much more peaceful. spotify “soothing music” The playlist is aptly titled, which helps me focus on work when I need to as well as being the perfect backdrop for a quiet night in. And – Hot Pickup – If you are a fan of relaxing and folk singing, there is no one more than Gregory Alan Isakov or Ray Lamontani.
The good news is also that while a curated playlist can do wonders for lowering your stress levels, I find that it is simply the intention I have for any sound that can send me somewhere calmer. Draw in a bath and enjoy the smooth, steady flow of water, or brew a cup of tea and enjoy the buzz of the pot. If you are lucky enough to own a cat, rest your head on its stomach when it purrs. I swear – there is nothing more important than hygge.
Taste the pleasure of tasting
Embrace the ritual of getting ready
One of my favorite things about fall is the pause to welcome the season. Cool temperatures and relaxing rituals invite us to slow down and enjoy all the beauty around us. This is true for all areas of our lives – from our work to our relationships to our homes and even our eating and drinking habits. In the summer, while we may have consumed our glass after a glass of water (or something stronger), I find that we are naturally more inclined to slowly sip our warm drinks when fall comes.
And while you might be tempted to turn to something heavy and plump come fall, soft floral tea is the perfect salve for impending cold. samples in Qi Tasting Collection Box It flaunts beautifully decorated dried flowers, which, when hot water is poured over them, transform before your eyes. With your hands tightly wrapped around your cup, this tea provides an experience that engages all the senses.
Enjoy the beauty of visual aesthetics
Surround yourself with things that make you happy
In its simplest and truest sense, our home is a place that contains many diverse elements in our lives. It is a vessel for our possessions, memories and precious merchandise that reminds us of all that we value and love. For me, an essential part of hygge is not just surrounding myself with comfortable and cozy accents and accessories, but things that hold a certain sentimental value and take me back to a specific place and time.
Our bookshelves are the perfect example. It harbors our deepest thoughts, passions, feelings, and endeavors. While I certainly keep my recent readings front and center, I also stick to books that have made a huge impact on me throughout my life.
Even without pulling the title off the shelf, I can look up and be reminded that with so many experiences ahead of me, I’ve already had a good life.
By filling my house with books and keeping my hobby accessories close at hand (sewing threads, crafting materials, magazines for making Seasonal vision boards), I have a visual guide to all the activities that bring me comfort and joy.
I hope you take this as an invitation to fill your space with everything that weaves a little hygge into your life – be it through touch, smell, sound, taste or sight. Because when we create character, charm, and comfort in our surroundings, it becomes easier to embrace the small, ordinary amenities that truly create a home.