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  1. Elizabeth says:

    For some reason I get an error when I click on the link to your Hygge pinterest board.

  2. Hygge – you just described my style of home and attitude and I didn’t know it had a name😀 I agree with everything you said even with “saving the favorite candle” . When people come to my house they say it is cozy, I have a lot of “love” projects I thought of on my own by sitting back and wondering what can I do with this, and boom I utilize it. For example, I loved an old medicine cabinet front with the cute latch which was left in my house, I love the base of old sewing machines and tile. But them all together and I made the cabinet front into a table top,filled with tiles put on a sewing machine base..came out and off course add a vase of everyday flowers and that favorite candle.. The hygge in this is nostalgia,warm colors and useful. Thank you for adding to my life. Keep in touch.

    1. Oh wow, sounds like a great project! 🙂 Glad you enjoyed the post, Theresa!

  3. I’ve never heard of hygge before, but it might be my new favorite word now! Great post!

  4. I just love this Amanda! I think I’ve been missing this word my entire life! Great post and even better concept for how to do life. I’m going to start with forcibly removing my phone from my own hand this evening and gets my connection on! 🙂

    1. It’s a wonderful word, isn’t it?!

  5. Bring on the cozy!! I am all about this trend. Also – your photos look amazing! I love the warmth and moodiness of the first few.

  6. My husband is learning Swedish so we’re all about Nordic culture and ideas right now! Love this idea.