Boozy fragrances are now officially en vogue with beauty giants like Marc Jacobs and Tom Ford releasing alcohol-scented perfumes. However, for many of us spending the day wafting around the scent of whisky is not exactly ideal. Another way to incorporate the trend is to bring the scent of spirits into the home, where the smell of the alcohol-inspired fragrance Cognac and Leather adds a relaxed and luxurious air.
If you’re looking for a Hallowe’en home fragrance that’s a little more unique than the usual pumpkin spice, whipping up your own special scent may be the answer.
Ashleigh and Burwood Fragrance Oils (£2.75 each) can easily be mixed together to create a new, unique fragrance. The finished mix can then be sprinkled on pot pourri or a tissue or placed in an oil burner in order to scent your home.
There are plenty of Fragrance Oils to get creative with and mix into exciting new combinations. Here are a few spooky cocktails we’ve come up with for Hallowe’en…
If you’re anything like us, you’ll have been glued to NYFW recently, checking out the hottest trends for SS17. Luckily, there are plenty of trends that double up as beautiful home décor that you can incorporate into your living space as well as your wardrobe!
Whether you’re still waiting to jet off on a summer holiday or you’re reeling from the holiday blues, switching up your home fragrance for some beautiful summer scents is the best way to create a warm, summery vibe throughout your living space.
From captivating scents inspired by sunnier climes, to cocktail-inspired fragrances and sweet, tropical florals, discover our favourite scents for bringing summer into your home!
They teach your children many of the important skills they need to help them progress through life, pay close attention to and aid in their development, and most importantly, take them off your hands for a good six hours a day.
It’s safe to say that by the end of the school year, your child’s teacher deserves a rather big ‘thank you’, but what can you give that’s both special and thoughtful, without clogging up their desk with the usual trinkets?
Summer in the UK can be a somewhat… testing time. From scorching heat and glorious sunshine in the morning to sudden, unexplained torrential rainfall in the afternoon, the best way to survive a British summer is to expect the unexpected. And to dramatically lower those expectations.
Try not to look out the window as you read this, it’ll only ruin your optimism that summer is on its way.