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'Hygge': 9 Ways To Be More Danish

'Hygge': 9 Ways To Be More Danish

​From warming bowls of porridge to candlelit dinners, we explore how to achieve the Danes' coveted 'hygge'

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You are now entering The Comfort Zone. This week we& bringing you everything you need to create the ultimate cool-weather bedroom – tactile linen or flannelette bedding, layers of throws and plenty of pillows.

According to the European Candle Association, people from Denmark burn more candles per head than anywhere else in Europe. This means that your Danish-inspired hygge kitchen calls for an infusion of candles and twinkling fairylights, creating a kitchen st

Love the atmosphere of this white kitchen + natural wooden floor + lights + open shelves + mismatched chairs + window.

Slowing down, getting cozy and taking pleasure

Hygge is the popular Danish concept of enjoying the simple pleasures in life - being warm, happy and cosy. Slow down and bring Hygge into your home with soft fabrics, natural textures and cosy corners - all lit by candlelight.

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Add texture – think faux fur cushion covers, wool blankets and the like. For more tips on bringing hygge into your life, check out The Little Book of Hygge by Meik Wiking.

How To Hygge: Embrace the Cosy Danish Concept

Perfect to put with chunky knits - faux fur, suede, velvet. Add texture – think faux fur cushion covers, wool blankets and the like. For more tips on bringing hygge into your life, check out The Little Book of Hygge by Meik Wiking.

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