Our hotlist of instagrammers perfecting the art of hygge
Hygge this… hygge that. Still confused about all the hygge hype? We’re here to help. We’ve been getting cosy in the office, scanning the interwebs in search of the perfect answer to the ‘what is hygge?’ question everyone has been asking.
We’ve put together a list of our favourite Instagram accounts that will help visualise all those confusing terms and phrases that seem to baffle so many of us Nordic non-natives. Hope it helps…
Get your fix: Handcrafted woollen goodies
Olga Prinku is a maker based in London who produces a whole range of woollen goodies. Wrap up warm and drift through her feed of cool cosiness.
Get your fix: Hyggekrog ideas
Be inspired by Johanna Bradford’s chic autumnal interiors. Wouldn’t mind spending an evening with a movie and a cuppa in this cosy space, reminds me of a scene out of Stranger Things.
Ross and Brown
Get your fix: Scandinavian design
If you’re looing for some hyggekrog inspiration, make sure you take a look at Ross and Brown. Their Instagram feed is full of hygge essentials for some cold evening cosiness.
Get your fix: Tea, cosy fires & cabins
What’s more hygge than a hot cup of tea on a cool evening? A hot cup of tea by an open fire in a cosy cabin, all of which you will find on the Instagram feed of Brighton-based tea brand Hygge Tea.
Get your fix: Cosy Sweden life
And finally, meet Catarina. A cosy expert. Her feed sums up, pretty perfectly, our idea of hygge.