INTERIORS

SCENT OF SPRING…

There’s something beautiful to be had in spending some quiet time with a cup of coffee, a good book and burning a candle whilst the rain beats down against the window.

Banish the Winter blues, lift your spirits and lighten the mood by lighting a fresh scented candle and welcome in Spring early! I find some scents can be too heavy on the florals and can be quite sweet so, I have selected a handful of gentle scents to fill your home with.

 

THE WHITE COMPANY LONDON LIME BAY CANDLE SCENT
A vibrant new edition to The White Company’s Signature home fragrance collection, Lime & Bay is wonderfully uplifting. It starts burning with quite a strong citrus scent but softens with the blend of bergamot and bay leaves. Like stepping into a tropical garden. Shut your eyes and forget about the thunderstorm outside!
Peyote Poem smells of wet moss and newly cut grass. The tonka bean adds a softness while the clove buds and juniper berries give the fragrance a slight spiciness. A gentle nudge towards those sunnier days.
DIPTYQUE PARIS CANDLE 34
The 34 Boulevard Saint Germain candle has a scent which reveals itself as fresh, green and spicy accords. Damp mosses, crumpled blackcurrant leaves, sun-dried fig leaves all favorite raw materials. The fragrance has an innovative and complex signature, that is neither feminine nor masculine.
NOTA BENE WARES CANDLE WHITE THYME SCENTED
Clean white thyme and purifying eucalyptus combine with fragrant lavender to evoke the smell of fresh pickings from a physic garden. Creates the perfect aroma for a lazy Sunday morning at home with the paper and a latte.
REWINED CHAMPAGNE CANDLE
Carefully blended to mimic to smell of Champagne, this candle from REWINED has notes of white grapes, honey and bread that work together to create an elegant and light fragrance. So when you have no Champagne in the fridge, light this in an emergency!
What are your recommendations? Tweet me @boyinbreton

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