There is a small store room in the corner of your garden where unwanted things have been piling up for more than twenty years. It just has one door, no window and feels damp throughout the year.
One Sunday, you decide to clean out everything from the store room. You discover badly painted cement walls, shelves made of bricks and space for building a big window that could overlook the garden. The next Sunday, you paint the walls white, and the Sunday-after, you break a part of the wall to create a big open window. Once the paint is dry, you add books, pine cones and french press on the brick shelves and put a small box with firewood for lighting bonfires in the garden. Most of your Sundays are spent in the store room now.
An autumn pillar Gift Box with four Petite Soy Pillars in woody, hazelnut, hot cocoa, and firewood fragrances