Jardins du Seda France was inspired by a "find" in a Parisian flea market, Jardins was created in the French tradition of Chinoiserie, the Chinese-esque gardens and pagodas depicted in fanciful decoration ranging from engravings and fine porcelain to ornate wallpaper and fabrics.

Media acclaim for Seda France has been widespread and glowing, including mentions in Lucky, Domino, Vogue, Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, Town & Country, Better Homes & Gardens and numerous other publications. Lifestyle guru, Colin Cowie, recommended Seda France candles as the "perfect gift" on The Oprah Winfrey Show and followed up by introducing his own line of Seda France candles on Home Shopping Network. Martha Stewart Weddings, InStyle and Tatler have all touted the company's candles as "the gift of luxury." The editors of Victoria Magazine swooned over the 22-ingredient holiday candle while the discerning noses at Country Home called French Tulip a "favorite." And O, The Oprah Magazine found the candles to be "heaven-scented."

The inspiration for Seda France's original collection – the Classic Toile series with its distinctive "Pagoda box" packaging – came from the centuries-old French "toile de jouy" design element, and the richly-scented candles were an immediate hit. The original Seda France Classic Toile Pagoda Box Candle.  This generous 14-ounce hand-poured candle has a 60+ hour burn time and is available in a variety of fragrances.



Seda France at Chintz & Company.