I adopt the Hygge trend for a cozy Christmas decor
For a pampering Christmas in the Danish, we adopt the Hygge style in the interiors! This philosophy of Scandinavian life, which preaches simplicity and makes it a point of honor to praise the merits of welfare and some friendliness, is perfect for Christmas decor. But how to breathe this nordic fashion at home for the end of the year parties? Côté Maison enlightens you through 7 simple and effective decorative ideas ...
On the one hand, Christmas evokes winter and conviviality. The other, the Hygge trend recalls the cocooning spirit and comfort evenings spent by the fireplace. So when these two elements come together, we are witnessing an explosion of sweetness and comfort in the House ! Some plaids and cushions winter patterns thrown on the couch, candles which spread their soft light to the four corners of the house, downy fabrics, raw materials and neutral shades... these are the ingredients ofa fashionable Christmas decoration Hygge. To adopt this Scandinavian style, which has already seduced more than one in the Nordic countries, follow the guide!
1. Plaids and cushions in accumulation for a cozy Christmas decor
If the idea of insufflating a pampering Danish spirit in your interior for Christmas tempts you, know that only a few elements can suffice. On the occasion of the end of the year holidays, trade your classic cushions for cozy models with winter prints and place them in accumulation on the sofa. For a Christmas decor all the more Hygge, throw in some wooly plaids who call to idleness.
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2. Candles for a subdued Christmas atmosphere
For a Christmas Hygge, exit the aggressive lights placed in every corner of the house. Favor the candleswhich, in addition tolight your interior gently, bring a lot of friendliness to the atmosphere. On a coffee table, by a fireplace or a window ... Candles are a must in the Hygge trend. Choose them fragrant to embalm your home with a pleasant smell, Tinted to bring a little cheerfulness to the decor or coiled in a support for Christmas colors If you feel like it. And just like the cushions, do not hesitate to accumulate them !
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3. Raw materials for the Christmas table decoration
Terracotta, porcelain stoneware, raw wood... Rustic materials invest the Christmas table inspired by the trend Hygge. As a pledge of back to authenticity, natural and heat, the raw formwork crockery takes the place of more traditional plates and glasses. And with this return to steep and imperfect materials, the natural hues also make their comeback. The Hygge has nothing to do with gaudy and colorful party tables: beige, white, gray and brown hues are in order!
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4. Faux fur for a Hygge spirit at will
Replacing the carpet in the living room, carelessly thrown on a cozy seat or as a cushion cover, fake fur is everywhere for a cozy Christmas and Nordic. Pleasant to the touch and resolutely warm, this fluffy material do not miss transform the interiors into fluffy cocoons and mountaineers.
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5. Holiday garlands galore for the holidays
Without opting for their multicolored and imposing variants, discreet light garlands everywhere in your interior for a Christmas decoration inspired by Danish well-being. Subtly hung around the tree, above the fireplace or at the window, they sift the light and sparkle a thousand lights.
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6. Simplicity do you want it here for a cocooning Christmas and Nordic
For a Christmas 100% Hygge, one word of order: simplicity. We take pleasure and time to decorate his interior without doing too much, we avoid overcrowding decorative accessories and too much color mix, and most importantly, we enjoy the moments spent with family. In other words, we put the superfluous in the cupboard for the benefit ofa well-being atmospherewarm and relaxing. You will understand, in deco, the minimalism is in order!
7. Flax for a natural atmosphere
In the bedroom to cover the bed linen, in the dining room as a tablecloth or napkin on the festive table, flax is THE matter to focus on a Christmas decoration Hygge. With its falsely neglected look and ultra-soft fibers, flax is a hit in the interiors during the holiday season. To go further in the trend, choose your tablecloths and napkins in natural linen hues.
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