Make Your Home Feel Like Westeros & Essos

I am a diehard fan of Game of Thrones, both the books and the television show. I even named my cats after Renly Baratheon and Daenerys Targaryen (but do not ask me who my favorite character is - it's impossible to choose one!). After waiting what always feels like an eternity, Game of Thrones premiered the first episode of its fourth season this past Sunday on HBO (therefore I am now unavailable the next nine Sundays so I can watch each new episode). For other diehard fans like myself, here are a couple of ways to make your home feel a bit more like Westeros and Essos. NOBLE CARNATION Royal Apothic Conservatory Collection Candle - In honor of King's Landing, this "noble" soy candle features scents of currant, cloves, cedar, and sandalwood. West Elm Ombre Faux Fur Throw - In honor of the North, this animal friendly faux fur blanket provides you comfort and warmth from the cold. You're going to need it - winter is coming. LUSH COSMETICS Dragon's Egg Bath Bomb - To show our love and support for Daenerys Targaryen, the Mother of Dragons, immerse yourself in a hot bath with this bath bomb. It's main scents are of citrus and jasmine (yay!), but the real surprise comes at the end of the bomb's fizzling. Olde Tyme Writing Set - There were no ballpoint pens in the time of Game of Thrones' setting. There's also no such thing as a text message or email. Instead, they wrote with quills and ink, and their postal service was in the shape of ravens. Free People Women's Maheya Kaylana Maxi - In honor of the fashions in Westeros, this Free People maxi dress has beautiful sleeves similar to the styles you see on Sansa and Cersei. Free People Womens Open Shoulder Maxi Dress - This maxi dress is in honor of the fashions similar to those of Daenerys in Essos with the open shoulders and flowing style.

I am a diehard fan of Game of Thrones, both the books and the television show. I even named my cats after Renly Baratheon and Daenerys Targaryen (but do not ask me who my favorite character is – it’s impossible to choose one!). After waiting what always feels like an eternity, Game of Thrones premiered the first episode of its fourth season this past Sunday on HBO (therefore I am now unavailable the next nine Sundays so I can watch each new episode). For other diehard fans like myself, here are a couple of ways to make your home feel a bit more like Westeros and Essos.

NOBLE CARNATION Royal Apothic Conservatory Collection Candle – In honor of King’s Landing, this “noble” soy candle features scents of currant, cloves, cedar, and sandalwood.

West Elm Ombre Faux Fur Throw – In honor of the North, this animal friendly faux fur blanket provides you comfort and warmth from the cold. You’re going to need it – winter is coming.

LUSH COSMETICS Dragon’s Egg Bath Bomb – To show our love and support for Daenerys Targaryen, the Mother of Dragons, immerse yourself in a hot bath with this bath bomb. It’s main scents are of citrus and jasmine (yay!), but the real surprise comes at the end of the bomb’s fizzling.

Olde Tyme Writing Set – There were no ballpoint pens in the time of Game of Thrones’ setting. There’s also no such thing as a text message or email. Instead, they wrote with quills and ink, and their postal service was in the shape of ravens.

Free People Women’s Maheya Kaylana Maxi – In honor of the fashions in Westeros, this Free People maxi dress has beautiful sleeves similar to the styles you see on Sansa and Cersei.

Free People Womens Open Shoulder Maxi Dress – This maxi dress is in honor of the fashions similar to those of Daenerys in Essos with the open shoulders and flowing style.

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  1. Ankit

    Great to a see a Game of Thrones blog post ­čÖé

  2. Liza

    Love this post! I have been procrastinating hard about watching Game of Thrones. I think I want to read the books first… Need to pick them up!

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