Cozy Chic: A Knit Decor Roundup

'Tis the season of warm and cozy. As those of us who live in colder climates start getting into nesting mode and adjusting our eating habits, clothing, and activities, why not bring that lovely, cuddly feeling into our home decor as well?Knit, needlecraft and crochet decor doesn't have to be old and crotchety like what may come to mind from your grandmother's generation. This trendy decor has taken on a new spin thanks to the rise of the indie-craft movement. Now these traditional arts and techniques have become quite chic and hip.

Here are some examples of how knit decor can add much warmth to your home without sacrificing style. I sure wouldn't mind having some of these pieces around our home this winter.

TOP ROW
1. These gorgeous knit stools are from an art series created by London artist Claire-Anne O'Brien. A great inspiration for all you DIY'ers out there.
2. This Knit table runner entitled "Frog Jelly" is available through Hogen Birk Knitwear.
3. These colorful rose pillows are made from recycled cashmere or wool knit sweaters and come in three different sizes. They are available through Angella Eisman Designs.
4. This hand knit cream aran armchair slip cover is custom made to fit your furniture and is available through Biscuit Scout. If you are a serious knitter and like the look of this piece u might want to turn it into a DIY.
5. These fun knit vase covers are also available through Hogen Birk Knitwear.

BOTTOM ROW
1. This "cable knit" porcelain pendant light by Reshape Studio can be purchased through their etsy store.
2. This comfy giant knit rope rug is available at the etsy store Mary Marie Knits.
3. Reshape also made these great "cable knit" ceramic cups.
4. This cobalt knit ottoman that seconds as a seat is made by Dana's Joy.

Images: As linked above

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Alysha is a photographer and designer living in Seattle who loves dark chocolate, tea, and all things furry. In her spare time you'll find her with paint in her hair renovating her 1919 Craftsman and sharing the process on her blog Old House New Tricks.

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