Based in 2017 by designers Lola Lely and Yesenia Thibault-Picazo, London-based Wax Atelier “revisits conventional methods,” as they are saying, “starting from candle dipping, paper making, to crafted textiles utilizing pure wax to waxed linen meals wraps.”
Right here’s a glance:
Above: A bundle of Eight Inexperienced Tea celebration candles (£22). Every pack ranges in a palette of Moms Milk, Moss and Seaweed. When lit, the candles launch a delicate aroma of matcha tea and honey.
Above: For the Double-Dipped Twisted Candle (£12), a yellow beeswax candle is dipped in a mixture of dyed beeswax. Above: A bundle of eight Celebration Candles in Pink Blossom (£22) are made with a fusion of beeswax and madder dye. Above: A set of ten Double-Dipped Birthday Candles is £15. Above: The Waxed Linen Roll-Prime Bag (£28) is hand-dyed with flower heads and roots; ultimate to be used as lunch baggage or to retailer bread, grains, root greens, and extra. Above: A set of three Waxed Linen Meals Wraps is £22 and is made with English linen naturally dyed with flower heads, roots, and wooden bark. Above: A element of the waxed linen meals wrap.
For extra pure dye inspiration, see:
Coloration Explosion: Linens Imbued with Pure Plant Dyes
DIY: Pure Turmeric-Dyed Tablecloth
Dyed in Dublin: Kathryn Davey’s Naturally Tinted Textiles