British entrepreneur, Lady Carole Bamford shouldn’t be solely the power behind Daylesford, the purveyor of award successful natural meals, she additionally based her eponymous luxurious way of life model, Bamford in 2003. And this encompasses all life’s luxuries, from a spa-meets-skincare vary, to homewares, and clothes, all of which take a sustainable method and promote wellbeing.
From wool hoodies to cosy rugs and sleep masks, Carole Bamford shares her must-haves for winter.
Bamford Home-Grown Merino Wool Hoodie: This hooded sweater is made with wool from pedigree merino sheep that we reared on our personal natural farm within the Cotswold, earlier than being spun and knitted within the UK. It’s gentle and cosy and since we’re the primary model to craft merino knitwear that hasn’t needed to go away British soil I’m very happy with its story so sporting it feels significantly particular.
Bamford Nourishing Sleep Mask: My pores and skin will get very dry within the winter so I take advantage of this masks a number of occasions per week to maintain it hydrated. It feels very soothing and calming as properly moisturising. You place a skinny layer in your face earlier than you go to mattress and it really works in a single day – my pores and skin at all times appears refreshed and revived within the morning.
Sophie Theakston Coral Owl: This necklace is one thing I put on all year long however extra usually in winter as a result of its color fits darker winter clothes. The little owl is hand-carved from classic coral and I really like the symbolism of the piece. Owls symbolize knowledge and instinct and are sometimes regarded as omens of excellent luck so it looks like a protecting piece to have near me.
Wabi Inspirations by Axel Vervoordt: The interval round Christmas is a time after I do plenty of studying and I’ve began revisiting some previous favourites not too long ago. I’m an enormous admirer of Axel Vervoordt’s work and this e book is a shocking reflection of the locations and philosophies from which he attracts his inspiration.
Daylesford Organic Sheepskin: Sheepskin rugs immediately make a room really feel cosy. They add stunning texture and you’ll layer them over picket benches or chairs or put them on the ground by beds or fireplaces to make a room really feel heat and alluring. Daylesford’s sheepskin rugs come from our personal sheep, then they’re tanned at an natural micro-tannery native to us in Dorset with out using any chemical substances or dyes so these ones have specific significance to me and I really like their purity and ease.
Maria Sigma Blanket: Blankets are important to see me by way of the winter – once more, so as to add texture to rooms or just to twist up with on the couch. Maria’s hand-made blankets are completely stunning. They’re hand-woven on a loom, hand-stitched and are made with undyed British wool. She designs very thoughtfully, aiming to minimise any yarn waste in addition to using equipment, water and vitality.
Bamford Woodland Moss eau de parfum: We spent a very long time crafting Bamford’s two new eau de parfums to make them really feel timeless and stylish so I’m sporting this perfume day by day. It’s a really woody, wintry scent – we’ve tried to evoke the tapestry of aromas from a mossy woodland – so it’s good for this time of yr.