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The Danes call it "hygge." I call it "cozing in." Spoonflower crew member Jenny here to discuss how to curate your home into a warm and relaxing place for evenings of winter crafting, gathering with friends, or escaping into a good read.
Curating a relaxing "nest" is the key to getting the most out of the shorter days and colder nights. During winter, I have a tendency to "coze in" by drinking lots of tea (and hot toddies), layering blankets on couches and chairs, and getting into a nightly ritual of lighting candles. We all "coze in"–it's just a matter of how we go about it. Make these simple changes to your space when you feel like spending your next evening-in this winter!