The Mini Guide to a Cosy Hyggé Home

I live in a small city centre apartment, with a colour palette of white and grey hinting to my interior inspiration from The White Company. This is complemented by touchs of natural materials like marble coasters, wicker baskets and metallic edging throughout, which is where my love of Oliver Bonas comes into play. Overall, I would describe it as somewhat Scandinavian in style with a minimaist but cosy aesetic. I dare not be bold enough to say that I feel the apartment achieves a feeling of hyggé but I find it relaxing and cosy nonetheless.

I have found my design inspiration mainly online through website likes and interior design instagram accounts; though my most trusted source for ideas and new products is always through word of mouth from friend’s recommendations. I thought it would be fitting to share some of the items I already have and other items on my must have list as part of creating a perfect work life balance is coming home to an inviting, homely atmosphere.

grey click clac minimalist sofa and side table

I have found using a tray in a contrasting colour to the sofa and footstall is a great way to create a side table, whilst being really flexible with how I use the space.

Window sill tea lights, vase and white roses

I use marble coasters not just for my coffee but also to create interesting bases for my candles and tea lights. The vase is placed on a bronze tray to add a metallic edge to the softer colours.

wicker basket

Wicker and natural woods are used to warm up the space so the white walls do not look cold or clinical.

candle, coaster and book on wicker

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  1. August 12, 2017 / 11:29 am

    Wow, very beautiful design of room shown here, I must say one should try pull out sofa beds for their child’s room.

    • theweeklyedit
      August 13, 2017 / 10:15 pm

      Hi Michele, thank you – I’m glad you like the design! The sofa bed is so useful for guests!

  2. Sheedgew
    August 14, 2017 / 8:34 am

    Meravigliosa arte!

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