The Andrassy Living Blog
Well the nights are drawing in and I lit a fire last night (although I'm not sure it was entirely necessary, I just fancied a glass of red wine and it always tastes nicer by a roaring fire).
To mark the change in seasons, we've introduced an entirely new range of products. As you know, Andrassy Living only came to be in March of this year so we're trying things out and doing things differently and this has resulted in our decision to have an entire new range for you to purchase from. I hope you love what we've hand-picked for you as much as we do.
The website has been updated to reflect the season but it's still a work in progress with new products being added regularly over the next few weeks. This time, I've got the fabulous Gill Bowyer helping with some photography. We had our first shot at capturing the products last week. I absolutely love this one she's taken of the Etched Glass Vase Lantern with the Votive - both available to purchase now on the website!
We're also really excited about the new range of Ceramic House T-Light holders. When they're lit they look so beautiful - just like someone is at home... with the fire lit, possibly drinking red wine. Gill hasn't photographed them yet but here they are, unstyled - still gorgeous.
Lastly, we've got some great new items in the popular White Ceramic range that we had in the summer, namely the White Ceramic Platter. It'll show off your canapés beautifully this Christmas or we've used it to serve a delicious fig, goat's cheese and thyme combination - perfect for sharing.
The White Ceramic Square Bowls come as a set of 2 and make great serving bowls or, because this wonderful range can be put in the oven (although they don't recommend it's over 200 degrees!), you could use them for a hearty shepherd's pie straight from the oven to the table.
So there's a little taster of what we have on offer this autumn. We hope you'll find the perfect Christmas present for a loved one at Andrassy Living this year. Only 11 weeks or so until the big day..............
Credits - http://www.gillbowyerphotography.com