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Windowsill décor consisting of a plant pot, an ornament, a vase, a scented candle and a battery lamp

“Hygge” starts with your windowsill décor


Category: Inspiration

Tags: Curtains/Blinds, Decoration, Candles and Napkins, Coffee Tables

The windowsill in your living room is the perfect spot for creating a gorgeous display with your dearest and most decorative belongings. A window naturally attracts the eye, and the items in your windowsill will get some of that attention. You can enjoy the sight every day and your guests will be delighted by the beautiful welcome in the window.

In this blog post, we will provide you with our top 3 tips and tricks to make the most of your windowsill.

1: Light plus light equals magic

Windowsill with battery lamp and scented candle

We are headed for brighter days after a long winter so why not help the light a little on the way by placing lamps and candles in the windowsill? Enjoy the magical sight of the large lightbulb on the battery lamp ARNOLD and the flame of the scented candle JENS, becoming more and more visible as the daylight fades away.

2: Bamboo roller blinds let the light in

Bamboo roller blinds in a window with a vase, a scented candle and a battery lamp in the windowsill

Bamboo roller blinds are ideal when you want to let in light even when the blinds are down. The natural material invites the outdoors inside. You'll find these bamboo roller blinds in grey online and in-store and

Bamboo roller blinds in a window with a plant pot, a scented candle and an ornament in the windowsill

Roller blinds in bamboo look neat from both the inside and the outside, and you can adjust them precisely to your needs.

3. Flexibility is key

Bamboo roller blinds in a window with plant pot, ornament, vase, scented candle and battery lamp in the windowsill

You will probably find that the best mix for your windowsill is a variety of vases, plant pots, lamps, decorative ornaments and souvenirs. Make sure to choose items of different height and width and be careful not to place them all in line. Instead, take advantage of the full depth of the windowsill. If your chosen items have more or less the same height, think outside the box and create a small “podium” out of books.

Plant pot and battery lamp on small end table

Once you have organised your windowsill, you will probably find the need to rearrange every once in a while. With a small end table close by, you have an easy accessible spot for your things when you need to open the window and don’t want your things to fall out.

Ornament and scented candle on a small end table

Read more about how to create “hygge” in the living room using your TV stand or your sofa.

How do you create “hygge” in your living room? Share with us in the comments.