Took from vogue.com
Fashion folks, meet hygge. (Pronunciation: hoo-gah.) Denmark’s concept of supreme coziness and comfort has taken the world of interiors by storm. Pouf pillows are sold out at ABC Carpet & Home, blanket sales are up sevenfold, and mugs the size of pomelos brimming with ginger tea are being cheers’ed from Williamsburg to West Hollywood.
An eco-friendly watch makes a nice gift for yourself or someone you love. The watch is made from a sustainable wood product like pui or teak. The wood is durable and easy to keep clean and shiny. The company that makes this watch is concerned about the environment and therefore they offer every customer an opportunity to purchase a tree. That tree will be planted in a forest that is in desperate need. Any company that cares that much about the earth is a company that also cares about the customer. Purchase a watch with confidence knowing that you are getting a great product.
In its latest incarnation, Barcelona’s El Palauet is now appearing as a most desirable home away from home. Six luxurious apartments, each approximately 150 square meters in size and designed to please even the most demanding traveler, are available for rent for stays of three days or longer.
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This striking ‘winter cottage’ is already quite nicely settled in the mountainside, but in a few seasons, it will be even more so, say its designers at Oslo, Norway-based architectural firm, Filter Arkitekter.
The house is located in the Sirdalen Valley, in Sirdal, a municipality in Vest-Ader county, in southern Norway. It is a mountainous area known for its ski resorts and scenic vistas over lakes and meadows.