Candles

Surely any blog that talks about interiors has to feature a post about candles at some point? Let’s get it over with.

I had a diptyque candle recently, it was divine, and a gift from my sister. Buy this for your sister. Or your mum, or your best friend. But you might feel a bit guilty buying it for yourself, regularly, or at least you won’t want to light it and leave it burning for hours without really Appreciating it.

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So good you have to Appreciate It

So, what to do for the more everyday candle? You can’t beat a good old IKEA vanilla candle for making a house full of children smell a little bit better. The Christmas one is pretty nice, too.

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Always pleasing

 

Another total gem are the Price’s Open Window candles that ocado/waitrose sell. Often on offer so a steal! And just a really gentle hint at a fresh and floral scent, not screaming I-lit-a-candle-to-make-my-house-smell-better but just, nice.
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For a mid point price and very nice candle, the True Grace range is lovely and looks a bit pretty on a shelf too.

This is a blog post my husband might want to skip.

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