We're setting the tone for the coming months by filling our homes with seasonal scents from Earl of East. Care to join us? Read on for the inspiration behind each bespoke candle blend.
As the cold weather creeps in, we’re all getting ready to spend more time indoors. So it’s worth making the indoors as appealing as possible. Enter Earl of East. The London-based lifestyle brand creates soy wax candles that set the mood for whatever space you light them in.
Hand-poured and proudly vegan, each candle is a unique blend of natural, sustainably-sourced ingredients. Find your favourite fragrance, light one up and settle into a season of self-care.
Fresh yet comforting, this new scent from Earl of East is inspired by the remote Atlas mountains surrounding Marrakesh. Expect an earthy blend of cedar wood, olive leaf and white musk.
Burn it while... you try out that recipe your friend recommended.
Calling all romantics – this one’s for you. Taking its cues from the flower-filled gardens of Versailles, Jardin de la Lune contains notes of deep tuberose, bergamot and cade. Strike a match and be instantly transported to Paris.
Burn it while… an eighties rom-com plays in the background.
This warm and woody candle captures the spirit of the outdoors, inspired by Big Bear in California. Cosy up and let the smell of green balsam fir, wood smoke and musky patchouli fill the room.
Burn it while… sipping wine with good company.
A powerful pick-me-up, this uplifting blend of peppermint, eucalyptus and mandarin will start your day off on the right note. The hot springs of Japan were the reference point for this scent creation.
Burn it while… under a duvet, engrossed in a book.
Another Japanese-inspired blend, Shinrin-Yoku combines cedarwood and oakmoss with spicy black pepper. This atmospheric scent is the perfect companion for those relaxing nights in.
Burn it while… soaking in the bath after a long day.
Less of a homebody, more of a busybody? Take your favourite fragrance with you wherever you go with Earl of East's new air fresheners.