Have a fabulous home this winter

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Image courtesy of Amara Homeware

Our favourite ways to bring warm and cosiness to a room in the winter.  If you don’t have a log fire or a huge squashy sofa to relax on it can be hard to create a room you want to dwell in – sometimes under the duvet in bed is the best option!

But when you have an inviting room with lots of light and smelling good it’s more of a draw and when you have people round you can feel proud of your room not embarrassed.

Reeds by Noble Isle in “Willow”

Candles by;

Crane Flower mini candle by Amara (specialising in luxury gifts and homeware!)  Gorgeous little candle in a portable tin, great for taking away on holiday, putting in your hotel room or to fragrance a small room in the house.  It combines notes of bird of paradise nectar, grapefruit & geranium to create a floral, citrus & fruity fragrance. Made from 113g of highly fragranced coconut wax, it’s poured into a pretty tin with a Japonica floral pattern & makes a fabulous gift idea for any occasion.

Sugar & Spice 3 wick candle by Crabtree & Evelyn.  Epic sized candle with all the fabulous smells of Christmas.  A superb gift.

Rhubarb, Rhubarb candle by Noble Isle.  Glamorous packaging, beautiful scent.  This is a buy for yourself treat or again a great gift! Rhubarb Rhubarb! – an unmistakable bittersweet fragrance, that even in the depths of winter is reminiscent of the dewy wake-up of a Yorkshire spring. Expertly blended with notes of juniper berry, muddled rosemary, moss and cedarwood, this fragrance features the finest rhubarb extract, sourced from award winning E. Oldroyd & Sons sixth-generation rhubarb farm in the Yorkshire Triangle.                                                                                                                          NEW Candle & Snuffer £39, Reed Diffuser £39, Hand Wash £18, Hand Lotion £20, Bath & Shower Gel £20

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