7 Ideas To Create Your Own Hygge Vibe

Hi again! Carolina here from Bob’s Discount Furniture.

Hygge – what’s this word everyone speaks of? It’s the Danish concept of living a cozy life in your home! Those small touches that fill you with a sense of happiness and make you feel welcome, warm and restful. There is no right or wrong way to create your own hygge vibe. I’m sure you’ve experienced it without even knowing! I am going to share with you some of my ideas to make your space cozy.

1. Go green

Bring in plenty of greenery, they can be incredibly soothing. If ya can’t keep them alive, fake ones will do the trick!

2. Get lost in cozy blankets!

3. Light up some candles!

Candles create a relaxing feeling to your room and a soothing fragrance that fills the space.

4. Dress up your room with a rug

Rugs are the best. They add textures, patterns, softness, warmth, and a framing to your space. If your room is already carpeted, it’s okay- layering is a thing!

5. Set the scene with soothing tunes

Currently blasting Red Hot Chili Peppers here.
What are your favorite jams to relax to?

I don’t know about you, but music soothes my soul and helps me relax!

6. Go natural – use wood accents

This is the beautiful Canyon headboard

Accents of natural wood give your room an outdoorsy, nature vibe! They are welcoming and serene.

7. Don’t forget the snacks!

A freshly brewed cup of coffee with my favorite book and a delicious cookie, (or two) in bed is all I need.

Thanks for following along! I hope that you enjoyed my ideas on creating a hygge space. What’s your hygge style? Snap a picture of your room, share on social and tag us @mybobs.com!

About the author / Carolina

I'm a designer here at Bob's! My goal is to make our furniture stand out and look beautiful while giving you ideas and inspiration on styling your own space! I love all things artsy - If I'm not behind a lens (even if it's just an iphone lens), decorating my home, or participating in a fitness challenge, you'll find me watching Tasty videos, hiking up a mountain, or curled up on my couch planning my next adventure.


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