Putting the 'ohh' into cosy
I believe in the comfort of home to soothe our souls and nourish our creativity, so Bramble & Fox is a hygge shop for those who love to snuggle up with a book, a blanket, some fairy lights and a mug of tea.
I love these little vintage stoneware jars. I bought them to use as water containers for painting, but I may just keep them for cuttings of single flowers from the garden.
I’m typing this cosied up in my wool blanket looking at the snow outside. Beautiful mustard colour and very warm. Perfect as a knee blanket or across the end of a single bed.
Large 1970s Handmade Boho Patchwork Quilt
Words of Spandau Ballet wisdom on a beautiful print. So pleased with this and so was my 80s loving friend. Arrived beautifully wrapped with a personal note. This is why I love buying from independents. If you see something you like in this shop, don’t hesitate to order.
I love this teapot! It was a gift to myself and I wasn’t disappointed. It’s beautiful and makes a great cuppa. The packaging used was environmentally friendly which was a bonus. Speedy delivery, in spite of the holidays. Customer service cannot be faulted and I will certainly be purchasing from this company again. Thank you.
Gorgeous key that will be hung out for santa to use! Thank you for the magic
Beautiful tin. Perfect condition. Super fast delivery
Excellent service thanks
The tea cosy fits very well and is good quality
Beautiful cards which I’m sure will be treasured by anyone who is lucky enough to get one!
So many lovely items on the website! Incredibly lucky to find a one off piece with so much history, thrilled with my purchase. Fantastic service.
The essential oils have such a balancing and calming affect. I love that when I come downstairs in the morning I can still smell the essential oils from the night before. Hygge in a jar 👌
It’s the end of a fraught Monday and by the time you arrive home, the sun is already slumping into the horizon, taking your energy with it.
You turn your key in the lock, your shoulders instinctively relax and your breathing
s l o w s.
You kick off your shoes, pull on your comfy clothes, light your favourite candle and click the kettle on.
You have dishes on the drainer to put away but it can all wait for five minutes.
You reach for that huggable mug that seems to come out of the cupboard on days like this and as you sip your tea, cosiness wraps itself around you like a cardigan.
What’s this feeling called?