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Look Book

Our editorial Lookbook celebrates the art of living by showcasing products that effortlessly blend with any design aesthetic.

By curating this collection, we aim to make the process of finding extraordinary homewares enjoyable and effortless. We want to inspire you to embrace your unique sense of style and create a home that is a true reflection of who you are.

So, join us on this journey of design exploration and let us guide you through our carefully curated Lookbook.


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Styling + renovation favourites | Social Editorial

'We came across this chic online retailer while looking for final styling pieces and were immediately impressed...

You could choose anything from the Sophie Lee range, and it worked seamlessly together which spoke volumes on how well this team has selected the product they stock on their site - some great buying prowess.'


Candle Care Guide

  • Keep cotton wicks trimmed to 7mm prior to each lighting. For wooden wicks, always nip off any burnt wood from previous burns, and trim to 5mm prior to relighting. This will prevent excessive smoking and sooty burns.
  • Occasionally, cotton wicks could curl over at the top. Be sure to trim this curl off (to 7 mm) prior to relighting.
  • If a candle is smoking slightly with large flames, the wicks are most likely too long. Extinguish the candle, and trim as detailed above. Wicks that are too long won't be able to draw wax all the way to the top, and the wicks will start to burn, causing large flames. 
  • Low, small flames means the wicks have been trimmed too short. Unfortunately, digging around in the wax won’t help. Extinguish, gently tip out any molten wax, and re-light. Be extra careful to not accidentally scald yourself when tipping out the wax.
  • Properly trimmed wicks create calm, steady flames, which means the candle's burning process is in balance. The wicks are efficiently pulling up the right amount of wax, and the flames create complete combustion.
  • On the first burn, burn for 3-4 hours or until the entire surface has turned into melted wax to help your candle burn more evenly. However, if the entire surface has not turned into liquid wax on the first burn, do not stress and do not power-burn your candle for more than 4 hours. Some "wax wall hanging" on first initial burns are normal, a full melt pool will eventually catch up on subsequent burns.
  • We have carefully selected the wicks of each of our candles with your safety and health in mind, that is to prevent your candle from burning too hot, and to minimize excessive smoking and soot to be released into the air.
    Just make sure that on the second and/or third burn, you burn your candle for 3-4 hours or until the melted wax pool reaches the edges of the glass vessel. This will prevent wax tunnelling and ensure consistent melt on subsequent burns.
  • For best results and your safety, burn for no less than 1 hour and no more than 4 hours at a time. 
  • Avoid all secondary heat sources such as heaters, radiators and fireplaces. The extra heat they generate, how ever small, coupled with the heat from the flame, will make your candle unstable, resulting in rapid burn.
  • When burning multiple candles, please ensure to leave a 10cm space between the lit candles.
  • Please remember to never leave burning candles unattended.
  • Keep them out of reach of children and pets.
  • Place them on a stable and heat resistant surface.
  • Avoid moving a burning candle.
  • Keep away from any water source that could get into the wax while burning. 
  • Keep away from draughts, curtains and flammable materials.
  • If your glass is cracked, chipped or broken you must discontinue use. Our glass vessels are selected for their design and durability, but care must be taken to avoid damage.
  • Stop burning the candle once the wax is 10mm or less. Burning below this level generates a lot more heat through the glass. It’s best to put the candle out yourself rather than letting it die out.
  • Cracks, uneven top, or wet spots may form due to soy wax's sensitivity to temperature and humidity changes. This is normal and naturally occurring in all-natural soy wax and does not affect the quality and the performance of your candle.
  • Before lighting, remove all packaging material and tags and place on a flat, stable, heat resistant dish or candle plate that will collect any wax/tear drip.
  • Trim wick to 7-10mm prior to each lighting to prevent excessive smoking and sooty burns. If the flame of your candle is too large that means the wick needs a trim. Extinguish the candle immediately by dunking the wick inside the wax pool, it is a better option than blowing off the candle as it prevents the wick from producing smoke. Let the wick dry for few minutes and trim the wick, straighten it and relight again. You should trim the wick when there’s mushrooming or carbon gap, you will see little black globules forming on the tip.
  • Do not trim the wick too short as this will create uneven burning.
  • Burn within sight and never leave unattended.
  • Do not move a burning candle.
  • For best results and your safety, burn for no less than 1 hour and no more than 3 hours at a time.
  • Light your candle in a well-ventilated area, away from draughts, curtains, flammable materials, secondary heat sources and any water source that could get into the wax while burning.
  • Always leave at least 5-10 cm space between burning candles.
  • Keep out of reach of children and pets.
  • When not in use, store your candle in a cool dry place, away from direct sunlight and nearby heat sources.
  • Never allow candle to burn to completion.

Metal Care Guide

Products from Behr & Co.SOLID BRASS: Brass is a natural material that contains raw metals which overtime can patina and age. This is part of its organic ageing process and is not considered a flaw or imperfection.NICKEL PLATED BRASS: The raw material used for this finish is solid brass. It has a semi-matt nickel-plated finish. They have a solid, heavy hand just like the original brass pieces.*A majority of the Century range is crafted by hand, therefore subtle human variation may occur in the finish (plating), size and shape.

Products from L&M Home:MATT POWDER COAT IRON: Made from iron metal and powder-coated numerous times to achieve a smooth, solid and consistent finish.How you can show me love...


 Step 1. Mix equal parts of flour, lemon juice or white vinegar and baking powder (enough to cover the surface area you are cleaning).

Step 2. Create a paste.Step 3. Apply paste with a soft brush or paper towel and leave it for 10mins or so.Step 4. Rinse under water, dry and buff.

*** For stubborn marks or stains apply Brasso and buff with soft microfibre cloth

*** For extreme marks or scratches use a fine scotch-brite pad. Lightly buff in circular motions on vases, trays and coasters.

NICKEL PLATED BRASS: Buff out fingerprints and water spots with a dry, soft, clean cloth. Do not apply any harsh abrasive cleaning agents.POWDER COAT IRON: Wipe down surface with a soft, clean, damp cloth. Do not apply any harsh abrasive cleaning agents. Due to the nature of a matt surface or finish, some markings and scratches may be visible.

MarbleThe marble range consists of genuine natural stone. Each piece will vary slightly in vein pattern, colour & tone. You may also notice slight imperfections such as pitting and fissuring, cracks and chips. All these natural characteristics add to the unique beauty of your marble single piece will ever be the same as another.

How you can show me love...To ensure your marble piece/s last a lifetime, take care that surfaces are not left wet, submerged in water, or cleaned with harsh abrasives. Simply wipe the surface down with a soft, damp cloth. Be aware that food & liquids containing oils, acids and strong pigments can cause some slight marking or discolouration over time. Avoid contact with sharp objects where possible and always handle your marble with care to avoid breakage.

Cushions & Throws Care Guide

Cushions, throws and blankets:

Cashmere and Wool items:

Dry clean only. Direct sunlight will cause colour to fade.

Linen Items:

Gentle machine wash, mild soap. Wash separately. Medium iron. Do not tumble dry. Do not bleach. Direct sunlight will cause colour to fade. Line drying in the shade is recommended.

Wool & Silk Items

Dry clean only. Direct sunlight will cause colour to fade.

OMG! The throw is so so divine! It's so soft! And the hand towels are so beautiful! I'm so over the moon. Thank you so so much.

Jen M.
IG Competition Winner about Emel Blanket and Tweed Light Hand Towels as seen here.

Absolutely love my iron vases!! Such a great little addition to my dining table.

Charlotte F.
Bought trio of vases in latte as seen here.

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