Hall 3, Stand T31
2022 proved to be the best year to date for Manor House, as the company continued to welcome more new stockists on board.
Managing director and owner Darren Ellis said: “We look ahead to Spring Fair with interest, hoping the year will again start in such a positive way. We are already in talks with many stockists – both old and new – several of whom have had an incredible Christmas trading period.”
Manor House will launch several new fragrance collections at Spring Fair, adding to its already substantial offering. It will also unveil a completely new soy-based candle collection in recyclable aluminium lidded cans, to complement its existing botanical and gift-boxed glass candles (which will be available in all 30 fragrances). There are silver cans for year-round, and gold cans for Christmas.
Plus, the firm will shortly launch with a major European web platform, which will showcase its entire home fragrance collection to a major new audience – with the added benefit of not having to exhibit overseas.
This year, Manor House will only be exhibiting at Spring Fair, where it will show its Christmas collection alongside its 28 standard fragrances. It will be delighted to send out a catalogue to any new and interested stockists.
The 2023 collection encompasses 30 fragrances to choose from, which is the company’s largest offering to date. And it has already begun creating new fragrances for 2024.
Darren says that the fact that its products are handmade in England is what so many stockists want. Pot pourris are all designed in-house using the finest botanicals, fragranced using high-end oils, and then finished with individual flowers, petals and seed pods, before every box and bag tied by hand ready to display. Its fragrance oils are great for refreshing pot pourri or for traditional and even electric oil burners, and these remain one of its top selling products.
All Manor House’s Botanical Candles are produced using the highest quality waxes and fragrances to match with the pot pourris – and have hand-placed flowers and seed pods added before hand-wrapping and tying. And, its glass candles are simple and stylish and offered in matching gift boxes – again, ready to display.
Reed Diffusers, Diffuser Refills and Room Sprays (which are also refillable using its diffuser refills) are hand-poured with a high percentage of fragrance before being boxed and, again, tied by hand to complete the collection. Many also include Manor House’s newly relaunched luxury hand wash and moisturisers, which offer a practical and useful addition. All the lotions are created bespoke for the company. They are not tested on animals and are safe to the environment and are not harmful in any way.
addition, Drawer Liners are also hand printed and infused with fragrances, along with triple fabric bags and cushion stacks – all for use in clothes’ drawers and wardrobes to gently fragrance.
Darren notes that the company’s Facebook page (Manor House Home Fragrance Ltd), Twitter account (ManorHouseHome1) and Instagram account (Manorhousehomefragrance01), which link it with retailers, end-customers and clients, are gaining many followers and positive comments.
Finally, Private Label Home Fragrance is increasing dramatically for Manor House, and the supplier is working with more and more leading retailers to produce private label collections incorporating clients’ thoughts, ideas, fragrances and branding, to offer bespoke and unique one-off collections. Manor House also now offers a standard selection of on the shelf gift boxes in various colourways to suit slightly smaller retailers.