Floral Street enters home fragrance with candle and diffuser range
Clean beauty brand Floral Street has entered the home fragrance market with four new candle and diffuser collections inspired by some of its best-loved scents.
The sustainably-produced, vegan range offers a wide selection of “fresh cut” floral fragrances designed to “invigorate, calm, or uplift” the senses within the home.
Free from dyes, bleaches and parabens, with natural cotton wicks, the UK-made candles feature soy vegan wax and contain 12-14% fragrance oil for high performance.
The alcohol-free vegan oil diffusers also offer long-lasting scent with 15-20% fragrance oil.
Both are contained within contemporary reusable glass vessels and recyclable FSC certified packaging.
The new range includes four collections: White Florals, Rose Garden, Urban Bloom and Night Bloom – all of which feature an array of different candles and diffusers, all of which have an rrp of £34.
Away from home fragrance, Floral Street has also unveiled a new perfume offering: Sunflower Pop.
Designed to celebrate Floral Street’s new status as the official Fragrance Partner of the Van Gough Museum in Amsterdam, Sunflower Pop delivers a “vibrant” fruity-citrus scent.
Commenting on the move, Floral Street Founder Michelle Feeney said: “I’m honoured that Floral Street has been chosen as the first fragrance partner of the Van Gough Museum. Through this collaboration we are able to tell our story in a new way, in which the beauty of art and fragrance meet.”
Vincent Van Gough’s iconic 1889 Sunflowers masterpiece is also featured on the recyclable bottle which is available in three sizes, 10ml, 50ml and 100ml, for rrps of £24, £60 and £98 respectively.