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How to Up the Coziness in Your Home this Winter

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Hygge (pronounced hoo-guh) is a Danish word describing a feeling of coziness and comfort that brings contentment. Derived from the Norwegian word for well-being, it’s helped Danes weather intense winters since the 1800s, and the trend is sweeping the globe. You, too, can create a hygge vibe in your home this season.


American Cozy: Hygge-Inspired Ways to Create Comfort and Happiness

“American Cozy: Hygge-Inspired Ways to Create Comfort and Happiness”

$15, at Barnes & Noble stores


Genuine Sheepskin Rug by Ugg

Genuine Sheepskin Rug by Ugg

$145–$495, at Nordstrom and ugg.com


Open Kitchen Glass Teapot

Open Kitchen Glass Teapot

$45, at Williams Sonoma, Newark and Glen Mills


Feu de Bois/Wood Fire Candle by Diptyque

Feu de Bois/Wood Fire Candle by Diptyque

$65, at Houppette, Greenville


Boris Throw by Iosis

Boris Throw by Iosis

$375, at Yves Delorme, Greenville and yvesdelorme.com


Linen Napkin and Bamboo Napkin Ring by Juliska

Linen Napkin and Bamboo Napkin Ring by Juliska

$25 each, at Neiman Marcus, King of Prussia


Monet Rattan Chair

Monet Rattan Chair

$670, at Pottery Barn, Newark and Glen Mills


Organic Tea

Organic Tea

$13, at hyggeorganic.com


Faux Fur Mongolian Pillow Cover

Faux Fur Mongolian Pillow Cover

$22.99–$48, at West Elm, Ardmore


Hand-Turned White-Oak Tumblers

Hand-Turned White-Oak Tumblers

$189/pair, at orvis.com


Wool Do Slipper by Taos

Wool Do Slipper by Taos

$125, at The Walking Company, Newark