#Blogmas Home Fragrance Gifts from English Heritage

Who here enjoys visiting old castles and stately homes in their spare time? Do you marvel at the architecture of our castles that remain intact after centuries of exposure to the elements? And wonder about the riches that are on display in huge old country houses and estates? Well, you could always support the national charity English Heritage, and you don’t even have to sign up for membership if it is too costly.


English Heritage has an online shop where you can purchase beautiful gifts and items for your home. A few of my favourites include this Voluspa Gardenia Colonia Ceramic Candle  to add a touch of elegance and luxury at home.

As we emerge from the Christmas holidays and begin to plan ahead for 2017, how about bringing a little seaside charm into your home, or sending some to a friend? You could display a Sea Spray and Freesia Fragranced Candle and dream about your summer holiday, or you could use a Sea Spray and Freesia Diffuser  to refresh the energy and brighten the mood.

I am especially intrigued by the Tudor Rose Room Spray. Roses always make a place smell fresh and pretty, and our Tudor history is often very romantic and dramatic when we think back to the social change that occurred. How about invoking some of that passion and romance in the home?


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