Home comforts

Embrace the arrival of autumn with cosy and contemporary homewares from The Royal Exchange

04 October, 2019

As we enter the new season and find ourselves spending more time indoors, finding a moment to make your living spaces as inviting as possible can make all the difference, keeping your spirits lifted as the nights start to draw in. Visit The Royal Exchange to discover an array of stylish homewares and fine scented products to welcome you home.

Fill your space with a cheery glow and an uplifting fragrance by lighting Aspinal of London’s rose-scented candle. The delicate florals are reminiscent of an English country garden, imbuing your rooms with a fresh and romantic scent that will promote a calm and serene ambience in your autumnal haven.

Subtle Scandinavian touches are an easy way to add an air of elegance to any room, and Georg Jensen is a master of Danish design. The riffled lines of the Art Deco-inspired Bernadotte vase emanate understated style, complementing your floral arrangements perfectly.

Autumn’s rainy days and cooler temperatures provide the perfect excuse to stay indoors with a good book and a warming pot of ginseng. Hermès’ stylish Avalon Tangram blanket is the ideal way to ensure maximum comfort. Made from 100% hand-spun cashmere, this luxuriously soft companion looks just as good draped across the sofa as it looks wrapped around you.

To further enhance the hygge-style ritual, Searle & Co.’s silver tumbler cup is the perfect vessel in which to enjoy a rich hot chocolate with its smooth curved design that sits comfortably in a pair of cupped hands. If you prefer a brandy as your winter warmer this will make an ideal receptacle for that too, as the heat of your hands is quickly conducted by the silver to warm the liquid within, while its weighty bottom means even the clumsiest connoisseur is unlikely to topple their tipple.

Extend your comfort upgrades to all areas of the home and add some extra luxury to your bathroom. Try Penhaligon’s triple-milled, vegetable-based Quercus soaps. Providing a rich lather, leaving your skin cleansed, soft and lightly scented, they will help to make your early morning routine something to look forward to.

Discover all of these exceptional home items and many more at The Royal Exchange.

Pictured above (L-R):
Quercus Soaps, £31 for 3 x 100ml, Penhaligon’s; Sterling silver tumbler cup with feature hallmark and gilded interior, £425, Searle & Co.; Large Bernadotte vase, £120, Georg Jensen; Scented rose candle, £30, Aspinal of London; Avalon Tangram blanket, £3,630, Hermès; all available at The Royal Exchange