Madeline and I are in Copenhagen for a few days and of course there will be lot of coffee drinking. Everywhere we walk we find the coolest places that have perfected the Hygge thing. I mean this place had candles lit in the morning.
We set out this morning to Sankt Peders Bageri for one of their famous cinnamon buns, but they were closed. Luckily we found Buzz Kaffebar a few doors down. We had bread with jam and nutella and coffee which was delicious. The atmosphere was light and cozy at the same time. Pillows and faux sheepskins on benches, great lighting, well tended plants and votive candles everywhere.
Each window sill had its own little arrangement of items that made the space inviting and cozy.
The white walls and steamed windows on a cold Sunday morning could not have been more perfect. I have to say, I’ve only been in Copenhagen for a day and a half and it might be my favorite city. Everywhere you look people are enjoying a meal and conversation in cozy places lit by soft lighting and of course candle light. Until recently I never knew that all this that I have loved for years is called Hygee and the Danes have been practicing it for generations. It really does explain why they are the some of the happiest people in the world.
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