Thursday, 29 September 2016

Keeping your home bright during the autumn, PLUS a huge discount and GIVEAWAY!


Every year as October creeps up on us and the days start getting shorter, I always feel like my flat is so much darker. Granted we have a lot of trees obscuring the sun at the best of times, but through autumn and winter it's even worse. It makes me feel sleepy at best, and cold and miserable at worst!

But there are plenty of ways you could brighten up the inside of your home over the cooler months. Candles and warm-toned cushions and throws are a must for creating the perfect cosy living room, but do you (like me!) forget about flowers once the summer is over?

During warmer months I always have some fresh blooms on show, but as we head into autumn and winter I all but forget about them which is a huge shame! Luckily, the guys at Blossoming Gifts were on hand to inject a burst of colour into my flat just when I needed it.

The team were kind enough to gift me this gorgeous (and frankly gigantic!) hand-tied bunch of seasonal goodness. The Autumnal Glee bouquet features red grand prix roses, beautifully fragrant lilies, blue agapanthus and deep burgundy hypericum berries - the perfect colour combination for this time of year!


Blossoming Gifts wants everyone to enjoy a little floral colour and warmth this autumn thanks to their seasonal range, so have supplied me not only with a discount code but with the chance to give away a bouquet to one of my lovely readers!

All you have to do to enter is make sure you're following me on Twitter and pop your email in the RaffleCopter widget below. There are chances to gain extra entries too! The giveaway is open to enter until midnight on 14 October, and a winner will be drawn at random and announced on the 15th!

Worried you won't win? You can still use the code BGIFTS33 to get a huge 33% off at the checkout at www.blossominggifts.com.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

This post features items that were sent to me as part of a brand collaboration, but all swooning over flowers is definitely my own!
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