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Cozy Comfort: Creating Warm and Inviting Spaces with Hygge Design



 If you like soft hues and cozy vibes, the Hygge design is what you want your home to be. Hygge, pronounced as “hoo-gah”, is a Danish art of cozy living that provides comfort. It’s minimal and cozy.

 

In this blog post, we will share about this interior design type and how you can create a warm and inviting space at your home.

 

What is Hygge Design?

 

The Hygge design is supposed to make a person feel comfortable and at peace. “Hygge”, the term, is strongly connected to beauty, abundance, and well-being. So, what does a ‘hygge space’ feel like?

 

It feels like when you arrange a fresh bouquet at the dinner table. Candles, warm lighting, pastel colors, natural light, soft curtains, and furniture — are all a part of the Hygge design.


Choosing the Hygge Design: Why?

 The Hygge design is cozy and functional at the same time. Hence, it is best for someone who likes minimalism. Still, here are some reasons why you should choose the Hygge interior design:


1. It’s Classic

 Paintings, wooden furniture, and curtains — all create a classic interior look. Each of their colors complements the other, creating an elegant look.


2. Neutral Tones

 The core of the Hygge design is its neutral tones. The color palette of the hygge design includes earthy tones and pastel colors. Muted hues create a calm space and add personality to your space.


3. It’s Functional

 Although the Hygge design adds a lot of decor, the way your space is designed makes it functional. So, you have an aesthetic yet perfectly organized space.

 

How to Create a Warm Space with Hygge Design?

 

The Hygge style uses a lot of vintage decor hints. So, most of the decor you’ll add to your space will have a vintage vibe, such as:


●      Warm Lights and Candles

Hygge style always includes warm lights — whether it’s natural light or candlelight. You can also add a bedside lamp, or burn a scented candle.


●      Soft Textures and Layers

Add neutral and soft color textures to your blankets, cushions, and throw pillows. Layers of neutral colors make your home feel inviting. When choosing fabric textiles, always prefer the natural ones. Some natural textiles are cotton, linen, wool, ramie, velvet, and silk.


●      Create Cozy Corners

The Hygge design always tries to include cozy corners throughout your home. It could be an intimate setting with a couch and a bookshelf, or paintings on the wall. Here, you can curl up, relax, and foster a sense of joy.

 

You can add any items you decide on to these corners — books, soft rugs, paintings. Neutral color palettes used throughout the space will add warmth to your space.


●      Flowers and Plants

To add more life to your room, you can add fresh flowers and plant pots around your house. Small green pots bring a refreshing and calming effect.


 

Design Your Home The Cozy Way

 While you can find a list of suggestions to design your home the ‘Hygge’ way, finding the right color and pattern choices is everything. So, it’s best to take the help of professional designers and create your warm space.

 

At Sun Interiors, we can help you give your home a budget-friendly makeover. To get an idea of the interior design process, you can book a free consultation call with a designer.

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