I genuinely like the Ted Baker Residence home fragrancing range – it looks so simple and stylish so it fits in anywhere. They’re not power candles – so don’t expect a flood of notes in your room – but they give off enough perfume that it’s definitely noticable.
I had a bit of a problem removing the votives from the Ted Baker Candle Trio box – those ceramic pots are well and truly wedged in there! You need to remove the whole lot and push from behind to remove them without a struggle, so I wouldn’t give this to anyone with hand mobility issues. It’s genuinely a tussle. However, once out of the box, they’re a sort of matte ceramic, and the fragrancs are London (kind of rosy), Athens (green and figgy) and Miami (fruity) and each one has a picture to denote the fragrance.
When this kind of thing starts arriving, it’s the precursor to a deluge of gifting options that will follow – personally, this would be gift to self! I’m not sure I’d want to part with the Ted Baker Candle Trio because they’re exactly my aesthetic for things to have in my home.
The trio hits stores in September (John Lewis and HoF) but I’ve spotted an early launch in John Lewis HERE.
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