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Trending on Remodelista: Cold Outside, Hygge Inside

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Trending on Remodelista: Cold Outside, Hygge Inside

December 6, 2019

By now most regions of the US have experienced some form of wintry weather, most of it unpleasant. The upside? An excuse to hunker down indoors and really work on our hygge skills. Below, some tips from Remodelista:

1. Start a fire.

The best and easiest thing to do for sumptuous coziness: light a fire and, even simpler, some candles. Photography via Gutshaus Rensow, from For a Long Winter’s Nap: A Manor House and a Schoolhouse in the German Countryside, Available for Stays.
Above: The best and easiest thing to do for sumptuous coziness: light a fire and, even simpler, some candles. Photography via Gutshaus Rensow, from For a Long Winter’s Nap: A Manor House and a Schoolhouse in the German Countryside, Available for Stays.

2. Feather your nest.

Make sure your bed is outfitted with the proper softness and warmth. Need extra blankets? See Into the Wild: Evangeline Linens in Portland, Maine.
Above: Make sure your bed is outfitted with the proper softness and warmth. Need extra blankets? See Into the Wild: Evangeline Linens in Portland, Maine.

3. Embrace the dark.

Darkness can be comforting, as evidenced in this gray living room of a Scottish guesthouse. Photograph courtesy of the Pavilion at Lamb’s House, from Color Therapy: Surprising Shades in an Edinburgh Guesthouse.
Above: Darkness can be comforting, as evidenced in this gray living room of a Scottish guesthouse. Photograph courtesy of the Pavilion at Lamb’s House, from Color Therapy: Surprising Shades in an Edinburgh Guesthouse.

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