When did you put away the Christmas decor? Or, maybe should I ask, "Have you put away your holiday decor?!" As much as I love Christmas, I have to admit that I took everything down at home December 27th. Perhaps it's because I've enjoyed Christmas decor in the store since mid-October, but I think it has more to do with my strange desire to clean, declutter, and bring the winter coziness to my home.
My husband and I entertain frequently. Since we have a smaller home now, I want to make our space comfortable and cozy, inviting those who enter to stay for a while.
There's a term that has been trending on social media for the past couple of years: Hygge
I've seen this term for quite a while and realized I've been pronouncing it HY-GEE instead of HOO-GA. Pronunciation aside, it's basically a feeling of enjoying slower paced warmth and coziness everyday.
With our busy schedules and fast-paced culture, how can we take the time to embrace Hygge this year? How can we intentionally enjoy the simpler things and spend quality time at home with those we love? Here's a list of little changes we plan to incorporate into our routines to bring a sense of calm into our homes in 2020:
Styles are constantly evolving, and trends will always change. But this simple, Danish concept, Hygge, embodies what we try to embrace with each changing season. We want to help you create cozy spaces in your home that are the perfect, comfortable backdrop for creating memories with your loved ones.
Until next time, stay cozy!