Hygge has been a key part of Danish culture for 200 years.
Pronounced 'hoo-ga', there is no direct translation into English. It describes a mood of cosiness and 'comfortable conviviality' with feelings of wellness and contentment.
Despite being part of Scandinavian culture for many, many years it was only in 2017 that the rest of the world started to embrace it.
Louise has recently completed a course to gain more knowledge in Hygge and embraces it within her home and lifestyle. Her cut flowers play a huge roll in Hygge, it means being out in nature, being very mindful and also bringing the outside indoors, which is something Louise inspires people to do.
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