Danish meaning

What's the Meaning of the Danish Word Hygge? (Think Warm + Cozy)

- What's the Meaning of the Danish Word Hygge (hooga)? (Think good feelings, warm and cozy)

28 Beautiful Words The English Language Should Steal

28 Beautiful Words The English Language Should Steal

28 Beautiful Words The English Language Should Steal; this one from Danish

Hygge: how to apply the Danish cozy lifestyle to traveling (INFOGRAPHIC)

5 ways you can use the Danish concept of hygge to enrich your travel experience.

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 style that will see you through the chilly winter season. http://www.solidwoodkitchencabinets.co.uk/cabinets_blog/danish-art-hygge-solid-wood-kitchens/

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

More #Hygge One of my favorite words of all time!

The inspiration for the Copper Leaf experience- think crafting round an open fire with hot chocolate & candles in the winter or painting in the sunshine with afternoon teas & the chatter of happy friends.

18 Brilliant Nordic Words We Desperately Need In English

18 Brilliant Nordic Words We Desperately Need In English

18 Brilliant Nordic Words We Desperately Need In English, especially appropriate considering now is the BBC's Northern Lights project 🙂

How to Hygge: 20 ways to feel good over autumn and winter!  Learn more about the Danish concept of Hygge, roughly meaning cosiness, wellbeing and the art of intimacy

How to Hygge: 20 ways to feel good over autumn and winter

How to Hygge: 20 ways to feel good over autumn and winter! Learn more about the Danish concept of Hygge, roughly meaning cosiness, wellbeing and the art of intimacy Warm cosy ideas from Scandinavia

13 words that need to be included in the English language

Yet another list of words you can't find in English! For a more comprehensive language learning experience you can try out Mango Languages! You'll find this e-resource on the Urbandale Public Library website.

5 ways to Hygge away the winter blues | I have fallen head over heels for the Danish concept of Hygge. Originating from a Norwegian word meaning ‘well-being’, the definition of Hygge is somewhat open to interpretation – at it’s simplest, it means a sense of cosiness, but this is only a fraction of it’s entirety...  http://www.lapinblu.com/everyday-spruce-5-ways-hygge-away-winter-blues/ #theeverydayspruce

These 9 novels are perfect for dreary winter days: they’re beautiful, compelling, and just a wee bit dark

Plant advice: how to look after and care for houseplants - Good Housekeeping

This cheat sheet will help you look after your houseplants

A Beginner’s Guide To Houseplants – Everything You Need To Know [Infographic] — Flowercard - Thinking of You

Hygge (sounds a bit like 'hooga')  Danish word meaning a “complete absence of anything annoying, irritating or emotionally overwhelming, and the presence of and pleasure from comforting, gentle and...

Hygge Living

candles cozy fire winter candles on fireplace: since we boarded up the top of the main chimney to keep heat from escaping, I guess I will fill the large fire pit with candles! What a cozy focal point

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