This now makes me look over to my left in my office and think how nice it would be to have a TV in my office – another Frame TV of course. Although I’d be so unproductive while working and playing Netflix that might mean my emails and blog will be written in a different language due to typos.
The agate board is originally a cheeseboard from World Market and I almost donated it, but I thought I needed it under a candle. I learned from over a decade ago, maybe it was 15+ years ago when I burned a candle through the middle of my round dining room table. I had just bought it too – and suddenly I thought I smelled fish but it was the varnish burning! I had even asked the kids I was kind of watching (they were teens) if they were cooking fish LOL. They looked at me like I was crazy.
Always have something under your candle whether it’s a tray or coaster. Learn from me. I’ll never ever do it again.
I also saw a candle burn through the top of a TV once – wasn’t me. Not sure what a candle was doing on top of a TV but anyway…
A glass cloche is a great way to protect your expensive candles to preserve the scent. My favorite candle is ICONIC rose. It’s pricey, it’s from a campaign I did when they first came out. I’d like another one but I think I’m going to have to reach some benchmarks to justify buying another one.
I didn’t decorate for fall but I’m eagerly waiting for November to come so I can decorate for Christmas! Still debating on my theme, stay tuned.
Diana Elizabeth usually decorates for Christmas around November 1 but she might wait a little bit, just a week after. She still needs to buy new outdoor Christmas lights, she wants globe lights but plastic and in red green and clear on white string. Apparently that’s a unicorn.