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Get Into the Winter Mood With Weylandts

Winter’s here, and so is a new range of Weylandts products perfectly suited to the season – and at prices worth cuddling up to.

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When winter comes around, our thoughts turn to making our domestic spaces feel cosier, warmer and more welcoming. What we're aiming for is the Danish concept of 'hygge', which is all about creating a comfortable yet subtly sophisticated atmosphere in which we can enjoy the simple pleasures in life. 

Glowing candlelight, a simple bowl of hot soup, a cosy pair of favourite wool socks – all these elements can make us feel happily at home in our space. And our decor should contribute to the mood too – which is why we're looking to the latest interiors options at Weylandts.

Winter at Weylandts reflects the rich but subtle palette of colours that accompanies the change of seasons. You can expect smoked glass, nature-inspired vases and vessels, and handcrafted scatters in inspiring textures and organic, natural patterns. And when it comes to colour, think whispers of warm orange, olives, greens and muted greys and charcoals, with browner shades also entering the picture.

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Apart from some extensions of a few of the brand's most successful ranges, several exciting new collections and variations on shapes, materials and textures are also being introduced for the season. Natural stone, characterful wood and handcrafted finishes continue Weylandts’ iconic raw but refined legacy. Punched, perforated and hammered metal also features strongly, while warm brass and bone inlays set the tone for a touch of luxury at surprisingly affordable prices.

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What are the HL team's top picks from the extensive Weylandts range? 

1. The Solo Daybed

We’d go for the Solo Daybed in a wonderfully subtle, urban-inspired flint-coloured leather. With its sleek proportions, it’s the perfect accompaniment for the Shiitake and Paris sidetables in powder-coated aluminium, and antique brass and copper.

2. The Acrobatic Pendant

Then we’d round off the overall look with the Acrobatic Pendant — a wonderfully apt name for this whimsical light, which will add a sense of depth and interest to any room.

3. The Distressed Olive Leather Pouffe

Don’t forget about the versatility of an ottoman in full-grain leather. Pull up the Distressed Olive Leather Pouffe for that extra bit of guest seating, as well as a look that is both raw and very refined.

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This post is sponsored by Weylandts.