I received the sweetest gift the other day, and I HAD to share with all my fellow antique lovers. 7th Street Salvage sent me three of their candles. And I have to say, they may just be the cutest thing I have ever laid eyes on!
Disclaimer: This post is a collaboration, as I received products to share in this space. And there are affiliate links in this post. But all opinions are my own, and I only share things I love & think you will too.
The old style black & white labels are so lovely, and they have the cutest names printed on them.
And feast your eyes on those wooden lids made from reclaimed & salvaged wood. Ah! I die.
But most of all, I am obsessed with how they smell. The candles are soy coconut, and are hand poured in Macon, GA.
All the scents are very light & fresh (just how I like my candles to smell!)
The first thing that caught my eye was the cute names on the labels (and those wooden lids!)
I mean, a candle named “Cast Iron Sink“?!
COME ON! That obviously speaks my language.
I could burn this one ALL day, every day. This candle has earned a permanent spot next to my vintage cast iron sink.
They also have a lovely one called “Vintage Linen” which I put in my laundry room right away
I mean, how perfectly does it fit in this space? I’m obsessed with it.
Lastly, they sent me one called “Claw Foot Tub.” I am trying my best not to use this one up before I can someday get my hands on a claw foot tub to go with it… but I will probably break down and use it tonight. Haha!
You can check out more of 7th Street Salvage’s candles (like “Library Ladder”, “Bee Hive”, “Front Porch Swing” , Coffee Mill, and “Whiskey Barrel”) on their website HERE. And follow them on Instagram @7thStreetSalvage.
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