Home Fragrances


Scent is key component in creating the full interior experience of each room in your home. And the key is choosing fragrances with the right notes for the room. For filling your space with scent on a daily basis, diffusers are great for a subtle and slow release fragrance. Candles are great for ambience and hygge. Choosing complimentary scents in your soaps and lotions brings everything together really nicely.


  • The hallway is the first impression of your home. Fragrances with wood base notes such as oak and cedar, and rich tones such as oud and leather work best in the hallway.
  • The living room is a place to relax, so if you enjoy a subtle sweetness or have quite a small lounge, opt for something with notes of honey or vanilla. For those who like a stronger sweet smell or for a larger area, go for caramel, icing sugar or other dessert-based fragrances.    
  • Kitchens and dining rooms benefit from a fragrance containing citrus, such as orange or lemon and bergamot.. This is a great base smell for the room without interfering with the natural dining smells. 
  • In the bedroom scents with notes of jasmine, sandalwood and lily create a calm and soothing atmosphere. 
  • To get the spa atmosphere in your bathroom, think fresh and fruity scents. Fragrances with notes of peach, apricot and mandarin are all great for creating your own spa-like atmosphere at home.

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