Ashleigh & Burwood have been sharing their passion for fragrance since 1993. Beginning production from the family kitchen table, father and son John and Andrew Nettleton formed a boutique English company with core family values – family, fragrance, quality and creativity.
All these years later, Ashleigh & Burwood may have moved out of the kitchen but those founding values which shaped the heritage of the company continue to remain at the heart to form a diverse home fragrance company and the UK’s leading Fragrance Lamp supplier.
Their journey has taught them a lot about fragrance, which they have utilised to create their collection of high-quality fragrance all crafted in the UK. Each one of their products is expertly designed oozing innovation and creativity, to the highest quality. They collaborated with leading perfumers and their very own highly skilled in-house design team to produce the very best in home fragrance to enjoy within the home.
Fragrance Lamps first caught theirr eye as an efficient, decorative home scenting method over twelve years ago. They have now learned there is so much more to Lamps than to rid the air of unwanted odours and replace with a desired fragrance. They discovered their Fragrance Lamps were effective at reducing some of the most common household air pollutants, including bacteria, mould spores and dust mites.
In 2020, as lockdown and social distancing became part of everyday lives, they commissioned a specialist accredited US laboratory to test their Fragrance Lamps with the belief that their air-purifying abilities could extend to tackling coronavirus. When the results came back, they exceeded expectations – showing that their Lamps could reduce airborne coronavirus by up to 97%.
As a home fragrance company their mission has always been to help people feel relaxed and comforted in their homes. The confirmation that in addition the Lamps can inactivate harmful airborne viruses; reducing them both within the air and on surfaces, gives us all extra peace of mind during a time of uncertainty.