Cuddle Up with This Coffee Mug

Enjoy your drink of choice in this speckled stoneware from Sewickley’s Sweet Water Décor.




photo courtesy of sweet water decor

 

Unless you’re an outdoor enthusiast (You know the type: the ones who enjoy skiing or snowboarding or hiking along an ice-encrusted path), December is the perfect time to stay indoors.

To help you stay toasty while the skies are gray, we suggest the Warm & Cozy campfire coffee mug ($20) from Sewickley-based Sweet Water Décor.

Fill the oversized stoneware mug with coffee, tea or, better yet, hot chocolate, for the perfect accompaniment while you cuddle in front of a fire — or with a blanket while you binge-watch your favorite Netflix shows. Hey, we don’t judge.

The 15-oz mug is dishwasher and microwave safe, as well as locally designed. Owner Melissa Horvath, a former financial analyst, creates all the items for Sweet Water Décor, which includes apparel, makeup bags, pillows and more.

For more steps to help you get through — and maybe even enjoy — Pittsburgh's cold weather, check out our Winter Survival Guide. 

Available at:
Sweet Water Décor, sweetwaterdecor.com  
 

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