By Cameron Tewson

Awarded one of the top ten bloggers in the world


Posted on by Cameron Tewson

The Design:

Perfectly infusing images of British domesticity with a traditional eastern pattern, meet Paisley Crescent, the latest offering from Mini Moderns ‘Buddha of Suburbia’ collection.

The Smell:

Close your eyes and imagine fresh Orange Blossom, tones of Jasmine and hints of Cardamom blended together – it’s an unusual aroma for home fragrance and it smells amazing! With a pattern to homage the typical1970’s British interiors, this distinctive fragrant candle captures the exotic charm of the East. With it’s spicy, fruity notes, this candle will create an elegant atmosphere for entertaining at home.

The Brand:

Launched in 2006 by London based designers Keith Stephenson and Mark Hampshire, Mini Moderns is an interiors brand specialising in applied pattern across a range of products including wallpapers, fabrics, cushions, rugs and ceramics. The design influences range from mid-century British textiles to vintage toys, from literature to childhood memories. Travel also influences the duo’s work – and much of the design inspiration comes from holidays and field trips, both at home in the UK and abroad.

This candle was kindly gifted to me by The Mini Moderns team. The Paisley Crescent Scented Candle (£24, 200g) is available at along with many other exciting editions to the family.


About Cameron Tewson

Celebrating five years online,, founded by Cameron Tewson in 2012, is an online media outlet which consists of his musings, thoughts and observations within the fashion industry; editing from both front row and backstage at shows across the globe. With an ever growing following from around the world, Cameron and his work on has been named one of the top ten bloggers in the world. Cameron and has previously consulted and worked for brands as well as global organisations which only adds to the depth, style and insider knowledge., is the number one destination for all things luxury including travel from Summer 2017. View all posts by Cameron Tewson →