If you are still unsure about the concept of Hygge and how to create a bit of Hygge for yourself and in your home, read on. We’ve searched high and low both in our local book stores as well as online, to present to you a selection of books who tell you ‘How to Hygge’.
Autumn style for women; best busy of the season when it comes to soft knitwear and cozy oversized jumpers to snuggle up in. All you need to add is a fireplace, hot chocolate in a mug and loved ones to surround yourself with to create the perfect Autumn bliss. Or as we say in Scandinavia; Hygge.
The definition of Hygge? In Danish, hygge (pronounced “HUE-gah”) is simply the Danish ritual of enjoying life’s simple pleasures. Here are 5 easy steps on how you can create Hygge in your home.
The official Cinnamon Bun Day is fast approaching and we thought we’d share where you can get hold of your sticky and oh’so delicious treats in London! We will be celebrating the cinnamon roll on Tuesday 4th of October, so make sure you check out our top ten list of delicious cinnamon buns in London.
Did you know that Scandinavians hibernate at winter? Not literary of course – but they do spend the most money on renovating their homes compared to other countries and they light the most candles, making their homes a cozy den. With storms sweeping through UK -we might want to consider hibernating too!
What started up with sharing HYGGE through a series of deep glowning, slow burning candles has evolved into a full series of beautiful scented candled and diffusers. And this November SKANDINAVISK will be presenting a piece of HYGGE in London!