Candle and Blue is a small family business; we have a lovely shop in the picturesque village of Lavenham, Suffolk.
Owned by myself Natalie Rice, we are on a mission to find beautiful things for your home and garden.
Looking for products for the home and garden is a lot of fun, and late nights on the computer.
Finding something different, that you will love is a challenge I relish.
I worked for Cambridge University for ten years and loved every single day of it, before I decided to set up Candle and Blue. Cambridge is such a wonderful city to work in and be a part of, the time had come when I needed to look for something different. After many long hours of soul searching Candle and Blue was founded in 2006.
Our range of lighting, furniture, leather storage boxes and garden ornaments/sculptures for your home and garden have all been chosen with a great deal care and thought.
Candle and Blue are always delighted to work with Interior Designers, Architects and Hoteliers on both residential and commercial projects. We are worked closely with The Angel Hotel, Bury St Edmunds on their new prestige angel rooms in 2010.
We would love to see you in our shop, you contact via Email email@example.com or call us on 01284 765522 if you prefer.
Candle and Blue is in the Crooked House Gallery, and we work along side Everyl who runs Munnings Tearooms. She makes the most amazing scones in the world!
Only a small range of items is available to view in store. Please call before visiting if you are looking for something specific.
After a fantastic first summer in the Crooked House, our animal sculptures and bronze hares were as popular as ever. The beautiful cottage garden at the back of the Crooked House has been tidied up ready for autumn. We thought what better place to put the garden deer sculptures, metal ducks and other pieces from the range than in the garden! You will get a better idea of what they will look in a natural setting.
This is a work in progress job for September, images to follow. Comments are always welcome.
Natalie Rice contributes to the Candle and Blue Blog