We sit writing this as the sun is shining through the office windows, blue sky and the first sight of Spring flowers, it can only mean one thing, we are officially in March. One of our biggest passions is representing the seasons throughout the year and seeing all of the transitions throughout or home that keep it fresh.
Even though we know every day is Mothers Day, we have a host of products that will bring a smile to your mums face (or any other incredible woman in your life) Peruse our products and find the exact gift that will bring her joy for the whole year: why buy flowers that last a week when you can buy flowers that last the year.
It's 2020, it's a leap year, and due to that age-old tradition this means on the 29th February women can propose to men! Now, we know that we can do that any day we please - as we said, it's 2020, but it is fun to think about how we would go about it. Even now less than 1% of all proposals come from women, the sheer confidence and individuality it takes to do something totally unique is admirable.
As Aphrodite, the goddess of love cried for her fallen lover Adonis, the roses turned red as a token of her love. The Greek Goddess is believed to be the earliest explanation of why we give red roses as a symbol of love, and we could not think of a more perfect name for our red one year roses than the Aphrodite Collection.
It’s that time of year when pumpkin spiced lattes are in hand, sat by an open fire wrapped in cashmere watching winter draw in, and we couldn’t be more excited. There is nothing we love as much as transitioning our home from summer to winter, covering the sofa in soft blankets and digging out the scented candles: yet at the centre of our styling is of course, our cashmere collection.
What we find so fascinating is the interpretation that people take for Christmas, no matter how many homes you visit, every single place is different: are you a green and gold person? Red? White and grey? Or every single colour. Whichever it is we have a solution for you to either add to the home of give as a symbol of you to other people.