Posted by Mia Kinahan
As the days are very much shorter now, most of us are dreaming of our cosy evenings snuggled up by the fireplace, warm cups of tea or perhaps hot chocolate, and a nice hot bath. Our range of candles (as seen in The Telegraph’s ‘Best gifts for a stylish home’), we believe are the perfect way to enhance these simple pleasures and help relax following a stressful and likely very cold day’s work. In addition to creating a truly tranquil ambience, the decorative range of three colours will have tremendous ornamental value in any home. Moreover, upon purchase, as with most of our products there is the option to personalise each candle with a leather letter - meaning that while one may wish to indulge in this item for themselves, they also make a wonderful and unique gift.
You have a choice between:
Geranium, Eucalyptus and Orange Blossom
Evoke a feeling of positivity and stir your mind into action with this refreshing and revitalising fragrance. This blend of Eucalyptus, Geranium, and Orange Blossom provides the ideal combination to inspire a day of happy thoughts and a feeling of well-being.
Lime and Black Pepper
Stimulate your mind and awaken your senses to this fresh and vibrant fragrance. A perfect fusion of zesty limes and warming black pepper oil carry you to a place of happiness and contentment. This spicy, exciting scent will lift and enhance your happy mood and delight your lovely home.
Patchouli and Ylang Ylang
This is a seductive Patchouli and Ylang Ylang essential oil blend fragrance. It fills your senses, and your home, and provides the perfect ambience for you to relax and unwind after the stresses of the day.
These hand poured candles have been made using a unique blend of essential oils and the finest blend of natural and soy wax to create a beautifully even and clean burn and to ensure an enhanced fragrance throw.
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As the days are very much shorter now, most of us are dreaming of our cosy evenings snuggled up by...