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Jumpstart Your Day: This Cozy Couch Can Give You a Warm Hug

Perfect for days when you want to binge-watch, read, or simply do nothing

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Many of us relish the feeling of a comfy bed or sofa—especially when all we want to do is lie down and ponder about life. However, much as we enjoy this alone time, we have to admit that there also days when we long for a tight embrace from our loved ones.

With the Moody Nest, you get to enjoy the comforts of a couch with a sweet little bonus. Designed by Frankfurt-based designer Hanna Ernesting, this piece was created with the intention to provide an “intense feeling of comfort, warmth, and intimacy.” Users can envelop themselves using the large tactile blanket and get a feeling akin to a long, tight hug. We can only imagine the warmth and love this will bring! Since the cover can also be expanded, you can choose to hibernate in the Moody Nest too, and reward yourself with a well-deserved slumber.

Curious as to how it works? Check out the video below:

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Source and Photos: Elle Decor.

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