Last time we wrote about what Hygge is….but what about it’s history? What are it’s roots. Well we are so glad you asked!
Like the German idea of gemütlichkeit and the Dutch thought of gezelligheid, the warm and comfortable way of life that hygge advances has been a critical piece of Danish culture since the mid 1800s when the word originally showed up in the composed language (it’s gotten from a Norwegian word for “prosperity”).
While hygge—which is utilized as both a thing and descriptor in Denmark—is to a greater extent a lifestyle for Danes, it got on as a way of life pattern in the UK in 2016 after a few books about the subject were distributed. It turned out to be so mainstream in Britain that it was even remembered for the Collins Words of the Year for 2016—second just to Brexit.
In 2017, it was America’s chance to go ga-ga for hygge. Everybody from The New York Times to The New Yorker covered it and no less than eight books were distributed in the range of a couple of months about the point. It began moving via web-based media, as well. Pinterest anticipated it would be one of the most smoking home style patterns of 2017 after action on the site about “hygge” expanded 285 percent toward the finish of 2016. Until now, individuals have labeled in excess of 4 million posts on Instagram with #hygge and have likewise taken to Twitter to talk about the better purposes of what makes something hygge or not.