Recommended reading: 10 "Hygge" touches to make your home cosy this winter

Hygge is a buzz word that’s been on many people’s lips lately. If you haven’t heard of it, Hygge – pronounced hue-guh, is a Norwegian word meaning well-being.

It is used to describe the Danish culture of celebrating what we already have and enjoying life’s simple pleasures. Hygge homes have a warm, cosy atmosphere where you can relax, eat comfort food and enjoy the company of friends and family.

The idea is to create a space where you can wind down and forget about all your worries. A comfortable couch with the lights dimmed, or candles burning, where you can cuddle up with your dog and read a book, is Hygge.

It doesn’t matter how wealthy you are, Hygge is a way of life that increases happiness and well-being. A lifestyle believed to be responsible for Denmark being one the happiest countries in the world.

Read the full story here, including Anne Roselt’s 10 ways to introduce Hygge into your home.

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WORDS: Anne Roselt

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