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The images in these pages shows some “ideal” hygge settings - an old log cabin up in the mountains or in the forest with snow hanging from the trees, the fireplace burning, a lot of candle lights and so on - but who have access to that? The fact is that you can create hygge everywhere, and especially in your own home, no matter where it is. And it is cheap. Just find a nice area in you home where you feel the safest and see if its room for a comfortable chair. Fill it up with cushins, blankets, a good reading light, a small table or a bookshelf for some candles and a place to keep a plate, a glass or a cup with something you enjoy. Then the only other cost is your own time. But if you want that full experience, both Norway and Sweden is packed with small cabins. Denmark has a lot of nice summer cabins, but for obvious reasons don’t have many mountain cabins. Statistics tell us that over half of the population in Norway have access to a family cabin, but use it just a few weeks a year.
There are of course a lot of huge winter palaces growing up in the most popular places, but there are still a lot of old log cabins up in the mountains, both in accessible areas and very remote - and many of these can be rented. In Norway you can use Finn.no to find places for rent (press the link to go direct to the rental section - at the moment about 120.000 cabins all over Norway is available to rent). You can of course use AirBnB in all countries as well. Another hygge setting is the dinner table or any other table. Fill it up with candles and perhaps some good friends and have a great evening with some simple comfort food and good talks.
Hygge settings
The images in these pages shows some “ideal” hygge settings - an old log cabin up in the mountains or in the forest with snow hanging from the trees, the fireplace burning, a lot of candle lights and so on - but who have access to that? The fact is that you can create hygge everywhere, and especially in your own home, no matter where it is. And it is cheap. Just find a nice area in you home where you feel the safest and see if its room for a comfortable chair. Fill it up with cushins, blankets, a good reading light, a small table or a bookshelf for some candles and a place to keep a plate, a glass or a cup with something you enjoy. Then the only other cost is your own time. But if you want that full experience, both Norway and Sweden is packed with small cabins. Denmark has a lot of nice summer cabins, but for obvious reasons don’t have many mountain cabins. Statistics tell us that over half of the population in Norway have access to a family cabin, but use it just a few weeks a year.
There are of course a lot of huge winter palaces growing up in the most popular places, but there are still a lot of old log cabins up in the mountains, both in accessible areas and very remote - and many of these can be rented. In Norway you can use Finn.no to find places for rent (press the link to go direct to the rental section - at the moment about 120.000 cabins all over Norway is available to rent). You can of course use AirBnB in all countries as well. Another hygge setting is the dinner table or any other table. Fill it up with candles and perhaps some good friends and have a great evening with some simple comfort food and good talks.
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