Darker nights have arrived and winter is on its way, its the season for candles, open fires and cosy knitwear. With Hygge being firmly at the top of this seasons trends, we've got the prefect excuse to get into our pjs and relax under a warm cosy blanket. In essence, hygge means creating a nice, warm atmosphere and enjoying the good things in life with good people around you.
The warm glow of candlelight is hygge. Friends and family – that’s hygge too. And let’s not forget the eating and drinking – preferably sitting around the table for hours on end discussing the big and small things in life. Perhaps the Danish idea of hygge explains why Danes are often considered the happiest people in the world.
You don't need to trek to Denmark to get all 'Hygge' although that would be nice. Just take a peek at some of our gorgeous candles to set you on your danish journey to happiness! Happy hygge all!
Etched Candle - Spiced Citrus & Saffron
A signature soy wax blend paired with notes of Balsam & Fir, hand-poured in a 10oz beautiful gold mirrored glass vessel blown and etched by hand.
The beautiful glass vessel sparkles in the light once the candle is lit, a gorgeous accessory for your mantel piece.
Boheme Black Coconut & Amber Candle
The Paddywax Boheme collection is all about adding a little Boho style to your room. The signature soy wax blend has been scented with botanical inspired fragrances and poured into beautiful hand-painted ceramic bowls.
The fragrances have been hand blended using essential oils and botanical extracts from flowers, herbs, leaves and to leave a beautiful scent in your home. Black Coconut & Amber notes provide a rich & sultry scent. You can re use the bowls once the candle has been used.
The New Nordic Book
A showcase of contemporary, popular, Scandinavian cuisine that can be easily re-created at home. Seasonal dishes are based on different ingredients drawn from the forest, the sea, the land, and the larder; a basics chapter demystifies smoking food, pickling, and other classic Scandinavian cooking techniques.
A glossary provides substitutes for hard-to-find typical Nordic ingredients. With stunning photography throughout, including imagery of landscapes, nature, and produce shot on location. The New Nordic is an authentic taste of Scandinavia.