The Cosy Winter Hygge Colouring Book by Elizabeth James will take you straight into a Hygge world.
Light the fire, burn the candles, grab yourself a snuggly blanket and get yourself all lovely and cosy this winter – it’s time to bring some hygge into your life!
A perfect book for the dark winter nights. Available from Amazon for £3.95 and other good book sellers.
Hygge Adult Colouring Book : A Book to Enjoy and Colour for a Cozy, Simple, Happy Life, by Megan Halsey is another beautiful book to enjoy on a cold day with your blanket over your feet sitting on the sofa. The images are so fantastic that I’m sure you will want to frame some of your finished pieces. Also available from Amazon for £8.33
This great calendar/ planner for 2019 maybe a German calendar but you can still enjoy all it has to offer you …
I just love these pictures from Cosy Home Decor, they are stunning, it’s just a shame they spelt Hygge wrong on the infographic.
Here are some beautiful images of relaxing the HYGGE way.
Here are some great last minute HYGGE inspired gifts for anyone who loves the idea of living a HYGGE lifestyle.
Love these printable instant downloads HYGGE inspired on Etsy.
The HYGGE Dictionary definition notebook/journal from Amazon for £3.99
The Little Book of Hygge £5.99 also on Amazon.
Love birds ceramic/hygge – gorgeous Turtelduer range features a traditional Scandinavian blue and white design, featuring little love birds, hearts and foliage for £8.95 from Hygge Style.
I just love this infographic on 12 months of Living Higgely from Jo on Pinterest.
We all have some small spaces and struggle to know how to fit everything into it that you need. Well in Beautifully Small, Sara Emslie embraces the positive aspects of living in small spaces and offers creative design and style solutions to the practical problems associated with limited living space.
In Chapter 1: Inspiration, Sara draws inspiration from truly tiny spaces such as boats and caravans as well as her own home – a diminutive workman’s cottage in Richmond, London.
In Chapter 2: Elements of Design, she discusses how even the most straightforward planning decisions can be complicated by the constraints of small spaces and suggests clever design solutions.
The third chapter, Elements of Style, explores ideas for making compact interiors work through creative styling and decoration.
In Chapter 4, a series of case studies takes a closer look at imaginative treatments for pocket-size interiors, showcasing a variety of tiny spaces including a terraced ‘two-up, two-down’ worker’s cottage, a tiny studio with a clever mezzanine that incorporates a bathroom and a pint sized coastal hideaway.
A lovely book for your coffee table.