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Wonderful Hygge atmosphere ideas for welcome autumn-winter

by Eva

Wonderful Hygge atmosphere ideas for welcome autumn-winter

With the drop in temperatures, we only dream of days at home, wrapped in a cozy blanket with a coffee in hand. You just have to take ownership of the Hygge style ideas to make these new desires to cocoon a reality. We offer an autumn-winter collection where natural materials such as rattan, bamboo or seagrass combine with thick textiles such as wool and corduroy, therefore multiplies the references to hygge as the cold season approaches – a philosophy that advocates well-being and moments of cocooning. The sofas are enveloping, enhanced with embroidered plaids and cushions, which naturally increase the comfort of the house. An impression reinforced by the many wooden pieces, a material inseparable from the Skadi style. This  collection is also punctuated with bohemian touches that awaken tone-on-tone atmospheres. What sketch a pretty decoration at the dawn of winter.

Decorate your living room with the most wonderful ideas for cocooning hygge styling

The cold season is a great opportunity to rethink your interior with cozy accents. If the materials thicken to face the frost of autumn-winter, there is no question of playing the first degree with this new collection. The style has always drawn inspiration from many decorative styles. Thus typically Nordic wooden furniture rub shoulders with Berber rugs and bohemian-style woven fiber baskets. No detail is left to chance this season – vases and knick-knacks adopt arty shapes that pay homage to craftsmanship. In terms of colors, nude palettes of greige, ivory and straw yellow are making their entry. Some notes of terracotta and burnt orange continue to spice up the tone-on-tone decorations. With its novelties, Bloomingville company celebrating its 20 years of existence – the collection is therefore a happy concentrate of what makes the DNA of the brand. A reference in Nordic design that has never ceased to inspire since its birth, to (re) discover through its seasonal atmospheres.




















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