6th December 2017 by Daniella Quaglia
When our agents are invited into someones home we take them a little gift – well you wouldn’t turn up to a dinner party without a bottle of wine would you? In the past we have taken flowers but we never knew what would suit the home so we now take a gorgeous scented candle. We have worked with Gail from Brown & Drury candles to create a selection of candles that every homeowner will love. If we are invited to your home this winter you will be lucky enough to be given a Winter Spice candle – and meet us!
I interviewed gail to ask her all about Brown & Drury.
“I’ve always thought there was something special about candlelight, it creates an ambiance whether relaxing on a winters evening, creating a chilled out atmosphere with friends or simply enjoying your favourite scent. Thats why I was inspired to learn the art of candle making and start creating my own home scents and share my favourites.
I’m originally from Scotland but settled in Warwickshire where I live with my family and Ruby our black lab, but my celtic roots have never been far from my heart as you can see in my logo! The name Brown is a tribute to my Mother’s maiden name and Drury is my family name.
After working as an international buyer for an accessories company for 15 years the time was right to branch out on my own and create something I was passionate about and somewhere I could channel my creative flair – Brown & Drury.
All the candles and diffusers are made with love and care from my studio in Ullenhall, Warwickshire and without the use of additives or animal products. Only 100% natural soy wax is used to make the candles combined with high quality fragrances and essential oils. I have expressed my love of natural materials – from the wax – to the recycled craft packaging – all selected with care and attention.
After setting up online I’m very proud that the brand is now becoming recognisable & sold in many interior stores throughout Warwickshire & expanding throughout the country.”
Visit https: The Brown & Drury website