Thank you for taking the time to read about Candle and Blue. Candle and Blue is a family run business; we just LOVE finding beautiful furniture, lighting and sculptures for your home and garden.
Most importantly, our top priorities to our customers are providing fantastic customer service, an exceptional range of unusual pieces for your home that you need and want, and to build a loyal relationship with both our suppliers and customers alike.
Natalie Rice worked for Cambridge University for ten years and loved every single day of it.
Her work colleagues made going into work every day a real joy, and has fabulous memories of her workings day in Cambridge. Cambridge will always be a vibrant and exciting place to work in with its rich history, beautiful historical buildings, restaurants and shopping.
Two young children later, and hours spent commuting from one county to another meant priorities were changing for the whole family. 2006 seemed to be the right time to leave her job and open Candle & Blue. The rest is as they say history...
A family business, Candle and Blue have gone from strength to strength over the years. The range of lighting and furniture for the home, and garden sculptures available to buy online expands frequently as new products are chosen and added to the website.
Candle and Blue are always delighted to work with Interior Designers, Landscape Gardeners, Architects and Hoteliers on both residential and commercial projects. We worked with The Angel Hotel, Bury St Edmunds on their prestige angel rooms.
Our Huntsman picnic hamper has previously been featured in The Telegraph.
Authorised Stockist of Jenny Worrall Table Lamps .
Call us with any questions you may have, no matter how small we are always here to help. We always try and keep our prices competitive whilst maintaining a high standard you would expect.
Don't take our word for it though, read below what other happy customers have to say about us.
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Natalie Rice contributes to the Candle and Blue Blog