This winter we’re following the Danish and bringing more hygge into our lives and homes. Hygge is defined by three words that are totally our vibe – cosiness, contentment and comfort. To help you bring the three C’s into your life we’ve gathered 32 hygge home décor ideas and projects for you to make and be inspired by. Keep scrolling to make all your Scandi dreams come true.
Your hygge home décor inspo
Follow The Lovely Drawer‘s tutorial and make these Scandi-style trivets.
Grace in my Space’s cosy Scandi-style farmhouse is a fab example of a spring hygge living room.
Lizzie Marie has nailed the hygge living room look with chunky blankets, plants and soft white décor.
Bildschoenes is a German DIY blogger and we love her wooden beaded hanging.
Decordots is a Scandi-inspired interior blog that’ll give you all the hygge home décor you could ever want.
F0r loads of hygge dining room inspo, head over to DIY Passion’s blog.
Use Lilly Ardor’s clay tutorial to make this faux chunky knit planter. This is a super-simple but effective make that oozes cosy Danish vibes.
Achieve the flat of your Scandi dreams with Planet Deco’s hygge décor blog post.
A Beautiful Mess has the tutorial for this giant macramé hanging over on their blog. Macramé instantly gives a room a hygge feel.
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Nesting with Grace shows you how she transformed her house into a Scandi-inspired home. Above is a snap of her hygge living room.
Made in a Day’s boho hygge macramé mirror is a quick home décor DIY that you can whip up this weekend.
We’ve got another DIY by Made in a Day and this one is for this gorgeous copper and roving hanging. The soft roving instantly adds cosy hygge detail to any room.
Give your old furniture a hygge update with Anderson + Grant’s twine stool makeover.
We uploaded Creature Comforts Scandi star garland to our blog for Christmas but we think it would look lovely all year round. Make using the tutorial here, then wrap them around some fairy lights for an extra hygge touch.
Hygge home décor is all about piling as many blankets and throws as you can into your living room. Keep them stored and safe using Sugar and Cloth’s pom pom bag.
If you’re needing some hygge home inspo for your Instagram feed then we’d recommend following Erika AKA @herzenstimme. Her Instagram is hygge goals.
Hygge for Home blogged her interior design journey, transforming her cold kitchen into a hygge haven. See more pictures and get inspired here.
Fall for DIY’s dowel shelving will keep your mags (including Mollie Makes we hope!) neat, minimal and in keeping with that Scandi aesthetic.
Another must-follow Instagrammer is @tatiana_home_decor. Her cosy home (and pets) will give you tons of hygge inspo.
Check out our other interior blog posts below:
Cate St Hill’s hygge interior design blog has loads of beautiful imagery for you to take inspiration from.
Bring some warmth into hard flooring with Paper and Stitches DIY soft rug.
Vanessa Strengell’s house is a blend of boho accessories and hygge décor. Scroll through her Instagram here.
Francesca Stone shows you how to make this gorgeous macramé feather hanging on ehow.
Lebenslus Tiger’s DIY crochet hearts make great hygge home accessories.
We hope you’ve found some hygge home décor ideas and projects in our blog post and are now ready for a cosy winter.