Upgrade Your Thanksgiving Table Settings

As I prepare for Thanksgiving next week, I’ve been hunting for new table setting inspirations from around the web and in all my favorite magazines. One trend I’ve noticed? Candles! It’s true, there’s just something about a Thanksgiving table that calls out for beautiful, cozy candles. I liked some of these decorating ideas from Real Simple, which style speaks to you? For me, I’m all about the vintage mishmash and I think I’ll pair it with our new Wood candle, a terrain-exclusive pour. This sizable candle is scented with sweet, musky sandalwood and housed into a rugged, bark-covered vessel. I can’t wait to see how it all comes together and so looking forward to time with great friends, family and food!

Enter to Win the Gift Bag Glamour Magazine’s Women of the Year Took Home!

Thrilled to have been a part of this year’s Glamour Magazine’s inspiring Women of the Year issue and awards. Just look at the goodies in this gift bag! For your chance to win a new Linnea’s Lights candle and so much more, just enter here. Good luck!

A Graffiti Artist, a Candle Maker, and a Museum in Luxembourg

images courtesy of ┬ęSanctobin

As you may have seen on our social media lately, we had the great honor of working with the amazing graffiti artist Sanctobin aka Odnok for an exhibit at the Mudam Museum, in Luxembourg.

Details on the event:

MY MUDAM – SANCTOBIN, SUN GLITTERS

My Mudam takes place twice a year and combines various events: the inauguration of a mural work at Mudam Boutique, a unique culinary design project at Mudam Boutique, musical performances and a tour of the works from the Mudam Collection.

Featuring Walldrawing: Sanctobin aka Odnok
@ Mudam Boutique
Graffiti artist, graphic designer and illustrator Michael Sanctobin aka Odnok creates the mural work Golden Gate for Mudam Boutique. The Mudam, its architecture and its nine exhibition spaces are the starting points for Michael Sanctobins work. He translates this in two- and three-dimensional triangulations which, thanks to their golden colour, simultaneously absorbe and reflect the room. Nine triangles or doors to represent the museum that inspired the artist. A limited edition will accompany this work.

We’ve seen some photos from the event and it looked incredible and so inspiring. In addition, Sanctobin worked directly on the canvas of our candles for a wonderful, limited-edition item on-site. As you can imagine, the candles sold quickly!

So much fun seeing what another artist can create. I hope you’ve enjoyed some of the photos to get a peek.