Mountain Homestyle

Relax, It's Aspen: Here's How to Accessorize at Home

While away the afternoon fireside with a pot of fragrant tea, inviting accessories, and a good read.

Styled by Erik Hesselman February 1, 2016 Published in the Midwinter/Spring 2016 issue of Aspen Sojourner

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Image: Zach Mahone

Hygge, a trend that has gained serious traction stateside this year is nothing new in ski towns. Pronounced “HOO-guh,” hygge is the Danish concept of achieving nirvana levels of coziness—and that’s something that’s definitely worth exploring in these cold and transitional nights during off-season, no? Here's a scene with a few ideas on how to hygge up your own home:

Wayra Shop Peruvian handmade herringbone throw, $349, at Club

Felted wool petal pouf handmade in India, $395, and antique Persian Bidjar rug, $3,500, at Isberian Rug Company,

Genuine tree trunk candles $180, $215, and $255, and Hermès Balcon du Guadalquivir tea set (cup and saucer, $165, sugar bowl with lid, $375, platter, $410, and teapot, $620), all at Amen Wardy, 970-920-7700

Mink pillow brushed with 18k gold, $3,825, and shearling monili bark pillows with gold-plated detailing, $1,340 each, at Brunello

Carina double-faced brown and red fringed cashmere throw, $800, at Frette,

Mongolian sheep pillow, $450, selenite logs, $175 each, cowhide stool with aluminum legs, $550, and large pinecones, $16 each, all at Georgia

Sheffield silver cow creamer, $628, Match pewter honey jar with wooden dipper, $194, Vagabond House wooden salad bowl with pewter bird and branch, $138, and AERIN Home Collection 18k gold-plated natural agate coaster set, $245, all at Gorsuch,

Sugar pinecones at Mountain Flowers of Aspen,

All books at Explore Booksellers,

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