So I have been promising for weeks now a glimpse behind each of the Royal Apothic fragrances, and I have FINALLY gotten around to the post. I apologize dear readers for the wait. I posted a sneak peak last week and showed an image asking you to guess where it was. The Harrod’s Tea Room is an amazing space, completely over the top in a way only Harrod’s could do. As a child, it was always a treat to go to tea with my mum on Saturday mornings after she had drug us around shopping. It was always a game to try to sneak extra cubes in when the adults were not looking and I truly felt like a grownup the first time I was poured a cuppa from the adult’s pot. The smell and fragrance of the tea room was one I always remembered and associated with carefree weekends, so I knew that if I could duplicate the aroma, it would definitely be in the line. It took quite a few tries but I was able to recreate the aroma of rising steam from the pour of hot tea into a porcelain cup. It’s an amazing blend of Earl Grey, Clove, Lime, Bergamont, and Cedar. Here’s a little description to tide you over until the website launches…..
So the purpose of this blog was to not only tell about Royal Apothic as a company, but share what inspires me on a daily basis. This definitely did. Enjoy……
found via here
Posting on the run but I’m so excited I don’t want to wait until tomorrow to post. We just finished a photo shoot for the website and I wanted to share a quick glimpse of the Royal Apothic Interior Perfume called Attar of: High Tea. The story will come tomorrow, I PROMISE, but in the meantime, here’s a glimpse……
I always find it funny when something lands in my inbox, randomly and out of the blue, that perfectly addresses the day and give me just what I need to move forward. This morning I woke up to a link to this commercial and it is just what I needed during this week of major transition….remember, find what makes you happy!
Sometimes it’s the simplest things that make you smile. This morning I awoke to an email in my inbox from my friends at the Keep Calm Gallery. Keep Calm is a great site that issues small run letterpress and artwork from their studio in London. I have quite a few of their pieces both here and in London and love everything I have bought. I just snagged their newest print called “Kissing Checklist.” It’s meant as inspiration and a guide of where to steal a few kisses! I smiled! I bought! 🙂
(Keep Calm should also be credited with the resurgence of the famous Keep Calm and Carry On posters brought back from WW2)