Scented candles have a magical quality that means they can transform a room in a subtle way. The smell is one of our strongest senses, and it’s amazing how candles can affect our mood in each room we walk into.
Learning what types of scented candles work for different house smells can make sure your home has a wonderful home fragrance that suits the space perfectly.
Your bedroom is somewhere to relax. Fragrances should be calming, helping you to ease the stresses of the day so that you can get a good night’s sleep. Choose calming candle scents like lavender, jasmine and chamomile.
We know that bathrooms can be fragrant for all the wrong reasons! So having a fresh fragrance in your bathroom can help things stay smell clean. Citrus and cotton are popular choices for the bathroom, but you may also want to consider a sea breeze fragrance to keep things clean.
Your living room is a space where you can be more adventurous with your fragrance. Many people change their living room fragrances depending on the time of year. Here you can use florals to create a welcoming, pleasing scent, or try something a bit warmer with amber or wood fragrances.
Keep your kitchen feeling fresh and clean with subtle citrus or an herb-based scented candle. For dinnertime, you should consider a very subtle fragrance so as not to spoil the aroma of your meal.
Your hallway fragrance should be subtle. Choose something light such as cotton or vanilla to gently welcome guests into your home.