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Our cousins in Scandinavia have had plenty of practice getting through winter's dark with their sanity intact, and they can lay a good-looking table for the season accordingly. Capture a little of the cosy magic the Danes like to call "hygge" with richly detailed and textured wares in a range of natural materials.
1 West Elm enamel teapot, $169.
2 Bridge Room 20cm felt trivet, $22, from Funkis.
3 West Elm glass oil and vinegar bottle with wooden stopper, $24 for set of two.
4 Oak salt dish, $26, from Funkis.
5 Vedel small bird, $69, from Great Dane.
6 Lindform vase bottle, $42, from Funkis.
7 Lindform vase bottle, $51, from Funkis.
8 Bridge Room 20cm felt trivet, $22, from Funkis.
9 Iittala 9.5cm vase in white, $120, from Funkis.
10 Bengt & Lotta small ash curve candle holder, $88, from Nordic Fusion.
11 Cumulas medium felt bowls, $19 each, from Koskela.
12 Vedel tall bird, $89, from Great Dane.
13 West Elm Damascus steel knives, $309 for five-piece set.
14 Oak butter knife (left), $7, and round butter knife, $9, from Funkis.
15 Marimekko 25cm "Oiva" flower plate, $46, from Nordic Fusion.
16 Bridge Room 28cm felt placemat, $32, from Funkis.
17 West Elm wood and glass medium-sized storage jar, $29.
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