Embrace the Autumn!

With a morning chill in the air, conkers on the ground, and Christmas displays already sneaking onto the shelves, it’s hard to deny that the seasons are now officially a-changing. While it’s always hard to say goodbye to the sunny days of summer, there’s still plenty to love about the colder months – from the autumnal beauty of the changing leaves outside to the cosy home comforts within. Here are some of our favourite things to celebrate about autumn.

The natural landscape

It’s worth braving the cold weather for the stunning sights of the autumn landscape, like the season’s most iconic image of gorgeous amber-hued leaves. Take their dazzling jewel colours as inspiration and bring the golden and ruby tones of the leaves into your home with our Ochre Planet Fragrance Lamp. Or bring to mind the image of shiny conkers with the gleaming, rich brown of the Woodland lamp. To properly capture the natural autumn atmosphere, pair with the warm amber and cedarwood scent of Amber Leaves.


(L-R) Ochre Planet Fragrance Lamp, £28.95; Amber Leaves 250ml Lamp Fragrance, £6.50; Woodland Fragrance Lamp, £28.95. (Emoji art supplied by EmojiOne)

Seasonal flavours

From the fresh, juicy fruits of the harvest to warming indulgences like toasted marshmallows the autumn months are a time of seasonal treats. This simple, warming recipe is full of fruity flavour and autumnal spices to keep toasty in the evening.


 Cosy nights in

While the outside may be full of impressive sights during the autumn, the cosy atmosphere of the home has its own attractions in the colder weather such as the simple pleasures of wrapping up in knitted jumper and getting warm by the heat of the fireplace. Recreate the snuggled up seasonal style in your home with the Cosy Knit Fragrance Lamp and pair with the Log Fires Lamp Fragrance to complete the comforting autumnal ambiance.


(L-R) Log Fires Lamp Fragrance, £6.95; Cosy Knit Fragrance Lamp, £26.50.

These are only a few of our favourite things about the coming season, there are plenty more – so stop mourning the summer and get into the autumnal mood!