Our Hygge books are going like hot cakes… here’s a sample:
“Hygge isn’t a cliche about knitted jumpers and sitting around a fire. It’s much more than that, and it has the power to change your life. Find out what hygge really means and how you can bring it into every aspect of your life. Fully illustrated throughout, the book will reveal how you can be more hygge through delicious recipes, easy tweaks to your home interiors, and by making time for ‘hygge moments’ in a busy life.” Reserve it here.
“Hygge (pronounced ‘hue-ga’) is a Danish word that describes the feeling of being cosy, comfortable and at peace with the world. It’s almost impossible to translate into English, but this concept might explain why Denmark is one of the happiest countries in the world. The Art of Hygge is packed with delicious recipes to share with friends, craft ideas for decorating your home, and inspirational suggestions for enjoying the magic of everyday pleasures. Whether it’s a soothing mug of hot chocolate, a tasty butternut squash soup or a snuggly pair of felt slippers, you’ll find that a little hygge brings a lot of happiness!” Reserve a copy.
“Fika is a Swedish word meaning to meet up for a cup of coffee or tea over something delicious. It is also the word for the delicious treats themselves. Swedes traditionally stop twice a day for fika: taking a much-needed break from the daily grind. People fika with family, colleagues, friends, children and even go on fika dates. This new book from Bront Aurell features over 60 recipes for cakes, bakes and treats from all over Scandinavia… from indulgent cream confections to homely and comforting fruit cakes and traditional breads, sweet buns and pastries.” Reserve a copy.
“In How To Hygge, renowned Scandinavian cook and writer Signe Johansen explores the culture of hygge, shares the secrets of Nordic living and shows you how to adopt these elements into your everyday life, wherever you are in the world. Hygge is central to the Nordic sense of well-being. Roughly translated as ‘cosiness’, it implies warmth, conviviality and community. For those who have long admired the region’s stylish design heritage, she reveals how to achieve Scandi-Cool in your own home, without breaking the bank. Explore the culture of hygge, and learn how to live your life to the fullest, Nordic-style.!” Reserve a copy.
“Hygge is a word that has been sifted to the surface in recent years but it’s not a new concept. The Danes have enjoyed hygge for hundreds of years. They are measured as one of the happiest nations in the world. But at the heart of Danish life is a quality that is less easy to quantify – contentment. In Denmark, hygge is a significant presence in the backdrop of everyday life – something habitual and ritualistic. Hygge is a quality of presence, a feeling of togetherness, an experience of shelter and wellbeing. It’s a practical, easy antidote to consumerism, a way of belonging to the moment and to each other…” Reserve a copy.