Cozy Washington Winter Goods for Hygge in the Home

Create hygge in your Washington home with these cozy winter goods

written by Melissa Dalton

Hygge for the Washington Home

Create soft and warm light with a limited-edition wall sconce from papercut artist Nikki McClure and woodworker Jay T. Scott. The Olympia couple combine laser-cut images from her portfolio with curved spruce veneer from his workshop for a
one-of-a-kind glow.

The Ivory Gull is a Snohomish Etsy shop specializing in handmade pillows with simple, relaxed prints. Natural fabrics, like cotton, linen and denim, abound. Pick up the Seattle or Olympia cushions and get your stripes on.

Instagram: @theivorygull

Homestead Seattle is a vintage furniture and rug shop downtown. Those in the know follow the shop on Instagram for major home inspiration. We like the selection of throws and textiles, which come in all sorts of global patterns, from African mud cloth designs to woven Turkish blankets. The latter are made of machine washable cotton and perfect for the couch that needs a little worldly flair.

Vance Family Soy Candles, based in Vancouver, makes candles with no synthetic fragrance, local ingredients, GMO-free soy, and cotton wicks.

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