Style-Delights: Celebrate The Season - 5 Winter Scents For Your Home

December 11, 2011

Celebrate The Season - 5 Winter Scents For Your Home

Its the season to be jolly - and to feel cozy, comfy, loved and grateful!! A season when you have joy in your heart, hope in your future and a bone deep gratitude for the blessings you have. What better way to feel that happiness all around you than to fill your house with wintery scents  of firs, sugar plums and glistening snow! Her are 5 scented candles I would love to fill my home with. They come at different prices, but they all have that magical fragrance of Holidays!

1. Diptyque Epinette (Spruce) Holiday Candle
6.5 oz jar - $68.00, 50+ hours of fragrance
This candle comes in a jar with beautiful green and gold motif. The scent is woodsy with that is reminiscent of fresh pine needles sprinkled with snow. With fire crackling in the fireplace, Christmas music playing in the background, this scent is comforting as well as nostalgic.

2. Yankee Candle Christmas Eve
22 oz jar - $25.99, 110-150 hours of fragranc
This candle has all the traditional scents of Christmas - warm hearth, sugared plums and candied fruit to make the house smell like home!

3. Jonathan Adler Home For The Holidays
7.5 oz jar - $28, 50+ hours of fragrance
This candle come in a glossy gold glass jar and has the wonderful scents of a magical winter season - Pine and evergreens, winter berries, cinnamon, clove and snow! No wonder its called home for the holidays!

4. Thymes Frasier Fir
6.5 oz jar - $26, 40 hours of fragrance
This candle comes in a modish glass jar with fir needles design and has the crisp scents of Siberian firs and cedarwood with the hints of sandlewood. Perfect fragrance to feel cozy and relaxed.

5. Febreze Glistening Alpine
5.5 oz jar - $6, 30 hours of fragrance
Ah, the good old Febreze! The candle comes in an unassuming glass jar and has a clean scent of pine and brisk mountain air. It not only fills the home with fragrance but neutralizes odors as well. The scent actually lingers on long after you blow it.

Merry Christmas and Happy Holdiays everyone!

1 comment :

  1. I went and bought some Christmas candles last week but I don't have any matches so I haven't used them yet. I need to remember to buy some!

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