I came across this wonderful site called ‘Our Lovely Goods‘, A family run business which came about when they started making body butter for their baby daughter in 2018 before branching out into soy-based candles to make their home feel snug. They enjoyed it so much that they launches ‘Our Lovely Goods’, the following year.
They are passionate about creating products that are good for you, your home and the environment – whilst being beautifully designed too. They also have a curated collection of Raffia Placemats, Coasters, Bowls and more, handwoven by talented artisans in Nigeria.
They handcraft natural wax candles, botanical skincare and work with talented artisans in Nigeria to curate our collection of homewares. They are also passionate about promoting well being and exploring creativity through workshops and events.
Some of their beautiful candles include Green Tea Jasmine & Amber at £20
and Coconut Vanilla & Lime at £20
They have a few body butter’s – Lavender and Chamomile Body Butter £19 all of which will look lovely in your bathroom with the candles.
They explain what the difference is between a body butter and a body lotion – Body butters are rich and luxurious products, they have a thicker texture than a conventional lotion because they have a higher viscosity, therefor…READ MORE
I’m sure by now everyone knows what Hygge means but for someone novice to this beautiful word here are seven ways to make your home Hygge style.
Try to add natural elements like wood, wool, stone and plants to your rooms for warmth.
Create a cosy corner to add a cosy nook, where you can sit and enjoy a cup of tea and a good book.
Add candles, real or fake, but lots and lots of them.
Enjoy books, from the latest best seller to the Nordic diet.
Turn your bathroom into your own spa with candles, warm lights, heating up high and a bath caddy to hold your glass of wine and book.
Create a beautiful simple cosy bedroom without clutter, clean and white with an accent of colour of your choice.
Fill your house with treasured memories of times gone by as or add a Hygge statement piece of artwork.