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All the home furnishings you need to kit out your home

Find a large selection of Scandinavian interiors and decorations for your home in JYSK. There are tablecloths, placemats, lamps, mirrors, carpets, and cushions all available to design your home. At JYSK we have other homeware items such as vases, picture frames, artificial flowers, kitchenware, and much more. Create the perfect atmosphere in your home with a selection of small decorations that make a big difference to your home. 

Get that ultimate feeling of cosiness and contentment 

You may have come across the term ’hygge’ (hooga) in lifestyle and interior design magazines, but what exactly is hygge? Hygge is said to be the main ingredient in the recipe for creating the World’s happiest nation, Denmark. For Danes, hygge is family and friends gathered around a well-set dining table for a Sunday roast and a great conversation. It can also be hygge to snuggle up in your favourite armchair or couch with a good read and a cup of tea in your own company. Even something as simple as lit candles on your windowsill can be hygge.

Hygge is about the relaxed atmosphere that makes you feel at home and allows you to unwind and recharge. You cannot force the feeling of hygge, however you can help it along with the right kind of furniture and decorations.

At JYSK, our Scandinavian roots are reflected in our selection of furniture and decorations. Our heritage is also a great part of our culture and we’d love to get the Irish onboard and help set the mood for hygge in your homes. The Scandinavian style is minimalistic and light, and the design is characterised by clean lines and fine details. At JYSK you can find lots of inspiration for cosy, Scandinavian-themed décor which will create a hygge atmosphere.


5 affordable decorating ideas 

Decorating a room and adding a sense of personal style, need not be expensive. With our 6 affordable decorating and styling tips, you can makeover your living room space on a budget. From practical storage solutions to bargain ideas to style your space. Read below for inspiration.

  1. Give your walls new life

Artwork on the walls can be expensive, but you don't have to spend a fortune to give your walls a new look. An alternative to pricey decoration on the walls is to create a personal picture wall. Mix and match frames to create a vintage feel, which can often look quite expensive. Stick to frames in gold, brass, or wood for this look.

2. Change your cushions

If you don’t think you can afford to invest in a new sofa, it's easy to update the look of your room with just the cushions. Decorative cushions are especially suitable for decorating on a budget as the colours and styles of the cushions can change depending on the season, therefore giving your living room a whole new look. With relatively small means you can follow the current trends while giving your home furnishings versatility and a twist with new cushions.

3. Decorate with mirrors 

Decorating with mirrors is an unconventional and less expensive alternative to pricey artwork. This is because mirrors radiate elegance and make the room appear larger. You can also use mirrors to reflect the light in a room to make it seem brighter.

Your interior design doesn’t have to be traditional you can use virtually anything as unconventional wall decorations instead of the classic pictures on a wall.

4. Make room for exclusivity 

Another budget decorating idea is to use faux furs throughout your living room. Furs exude exclusivity without necessarily costing a fortune. Put a faux fur rug on the floor or a faux fur cushion on a chair. A great DIY tip is to attach a faux fur seat cushion to an affordable stool for an expensive look.

5. Choose the right lighting

Lighting in the living room doesn’t have to come from an expensive ceiling lamp. Many people make the mistake of not considering what kind of light they want their new lamp to provide before they buy it. Light shades, lamps, and candles have a big influence on the mood of your living room, as they can set the scene. The lighting elements of your room can also add to the decorative design without being too expensive.