Wary Meyers Candles

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One of our favorite designing couples – John and Linda Meyers, the creative duo behind Wary Meyers Decorative Arts, a multifaceted creative studio based in Portland, Maine – just launched a new line of hand-blended scented candles. Like everything the Wary Meyers team does these candles are just a wee bit off-beat. The office favorite is Fruity Fruits, a scent inspired by “the yummy smell of fruity breakfast cereal melting in a bowl of farm-fresh milk” – translation: It smells like FRUIT LOOPS! Other scents are Coco Nuit a coconut, suntan oil, and cannabis blend; Milky Way a cosmic melange of cream and warm leche, and Sunshine, a dandelion, heliotrope, and grass scent. Each glass jar is gold-leafed by John, so no two are exactly alike. The typeface on the packaging was designed by Linda and is set amongst John watercolors. Purchase and check out all the scents here. -Amy

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  1. It’s almost like every candle tells a story.

  2. What a fun concept, love the packaging.

  3. Oh I didn’t know this couple of designer ! I love it ! thank you :)
    Xxx

  4. Rose says:

    These are gorgeous-and they sound like so much fun, too! Checking them out now :)

  5. Amanda says:

    This is so adorable, I just might have to get my hands on that coco nuit one.

  6. I am ALL over the Mainely Manly candle.

  7. Laura says:

    I LOVE these candles! I’m a sucker for beautiful packaging and sweet scents. I want to try the Sunshine one, sounds lovely!

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