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  • Hygge (hu-gah) is a Danish word that describe a feeling or mood that comes from taking genuine pleasure in making ordinary everyday things simply extraordinary.

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  • "Hygge", the Danish word for cosiness, is about being inside with candles, great comfort food, and lots of cakes and sweets.

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  • Think cosiness, security, familiarity, comfort, reassurance, fellowship, simpleness and living well - they are often used to describe the idea of Hygge and are why you are reading about it on Small House Style.

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  • Hygge was turning out to be more elusive than we'd expected.

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  • Hygge, we finally understood, is about the setting.

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  • Hygge is described by the Danish as a sense of tranquility, the absence of anything irritating or emotionally overwhelming.

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  • The wallpaper in the bathrooms are both by Julia Rothman and available at Hygge and West.

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  • Hygge is a Danish term for living well, living simply, living cozy.

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  • Originally designed by Jeremy Walton in 2002, Hygge-lys is a candle with a built in matchbox and is now available for purchase at the MoMA Store for US$18.

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  • Hygge, which means something like cozy in Swedish, and also pleasure, warmth, and good company.

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