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by Rachael Browne September 14, 2022

The summer months have come to a gentle close and our hopes are high that an Indian summer is on its way as we get ready for the return of the fall. I’ve always found something particularly special about this time of year, as we slowly transition from long hot evenings outdoors to more cosy evenings in - watching the sun go down while wrapped up in our favourite blankets.
 
As the leaves slowly change colour from a fruitful shade of green to soft tones of ochre and rust, there is almost a rounded sense of transition about the coming of September. Oddly enough, it mirrors that of new beginnings as the school year starts again - giving us a refreshed sense of optimism, similar to that at the dawn of a new year.
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Lanterns and Blankets 
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While we pack away the barbecue and stow our suitcases after the holidays, there’s a renewed sense of calm as we settle back into our lives having indulged and busied ourselves with summertime activities. It is at this point that we nearly crave the comfort of our own homes, focus back on our routines, and ready ourselves for the winter months ahead.
 
This season we’ve taken a very pared back approach as we welcome our new arrivals, with little heed taken to the latest trends but more of a focus on timeless styling and pieces which we will cherish from years to come. Our new collection poses as an invitation for us to create a sanctuary of our spaces as we prepare to spend more time in the comfort of our own homes.
 
Autumn is synonymously associated with rich, warm tones, dried flowers and the abundance of seasonal fruits and vegetables. We’ve taken all of this on board this season to bring you the most exquisite pieces in helping you transition your home and make it feel like the boundaries between the domestic and natural world have been seamlessly blurred into a wholesome haven.
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Candlelit Tea Tray




Rachael Browne
Rachael Browne

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