Best smelling home fragrance: 15 Best Home Fragrances to Make Any Room Smell Wonderful

15 Best Home Fragrances to Make Any Room Smell Wonderful

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To find the nicest room scents, we asked perfumers, interior designers and a neuroscientist to reveal their favorites

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A fresh scent from Nest, Thymes or Jo Malone can give your home an aromatic makeover. PHOTO: Jeff Westbrook for Buy Side from WSJ. STYLING: Miako Katoh for Buy Side from WSJ.


ThymesGold Leaf Home Fragrance Mist



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Maison BergerCube Reed Diffuser Ocean Breeze



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JO MALONEOrange Blossom Home Candle



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AeraMoondance Fragrance



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D. S. & DURGAPortable Fireplace Scented Candle



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PURACapri Blue Pura Device Bundle



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LE LABO Palo Santo 14 Scented Candle



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ByredoBibliothèque Candle



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D.S. & DURGA Tuberose Myrrhder



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NEST NEW YORK Bamboo Reed Diffuser



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MAINSTAYS Juicy Watermelon Scented 3-Wick Candle



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HOTEL EMMA Recuerdos Tin Candle



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AMAYORI Hinoki Onsen Essential Oil



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GOOP BEAUTY Scented Candle: Edition 04 Orchard



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By Erica Finamore

Everyone’s had that moment: You walk into a shop, a hotel or someone’s home, and you’re immediately taken by the aroma of it. Your mind becomes singularly focused on finding out what that smell is—and maybe where you can buy it. Finding a stop-you-in-your-tracks kind of scent, whether a candle, mist or oil, can be a challenge. We spoke with experts of all kinds—interior designers, perfumers and even neuroscientists—to get their recommendations for finding the most captivating home fragrances. 

Elegant spray

Gold Leaf Home Fragrance Mist

$22 at Thymes

Global Fragrance Expert Marian Bendeth discovered the Gold Leaf Home Fragrance Mist a few years ago when it was wafting in the air of a small vintage boutique. The blend is filled with pops of jasmine, rose, hyacinth, lily of the valley and oak moss, which gives it a romantic garden vibe (think TV’s “Bridgerton”). “It reminds me of an English country garden on a warm summer day,” she says.

Sea-inspired diffuser

Maison Berger
Cube Reed Diffuser Ocean Breeze

$25 at Maison Berger

Diffusers may be the easiest way to fill a space with a gorgeous smell. You simply set them and forget them, though arguably this Ocean Breeze Reed Diffuser by Maison Berger is hard to forget. It has a bit of the marine scent you’d expect (called Calone, in case you were curious), and also packs notes of rose, black currant and white musk. Bendeth loves the base notes of wood and amber that give a space “a serene, beach vibe.”

Light and bright candle

Orange Blossom Home Candle

$75 at Jo Malone

$75 at Saks Fifth Avenue

If you’re looking for a candle to use every day at home, this is one you won’t burn out on.  

The Orange Blossom Home Candle smells so good that it became scent expert Olivia Jezler‘s signature candle for six years. With light citrus notes and heartier florals, it reminds Jezler of her childhood spent in Thailand, falling asleep next to jasmine flowers. “It’s a light, feminine, fresh and clean scent that can brighten up any room,” she says. 

Warming whiff

Moondance Fragrance

$60 at Aera

$60 at Amazon

Refillable fragrance diffusers are popping up everywhere, and it’s easy to see why. With just a quick swap of a cartridge, you can change the vibe of your entire space. This Moondance scent is characterized by amber, vanilla, tonka (a sweet, woody bean) as well as finishing notes of bergamot, iris and honeysuckle. Rich and inviting, it became a staple in Jezler’s home during the pandemic. Note: It must be used with the Aera Diffuser, which you can control manually or with an app. She suggests using it to warm up a room during the winter or to add a touch of invisible sophistication to a space. 

Smoky burn

Portable Fireplace Scented Candle

$65 at Neiman Marcus

$65 at Amazon

In a dream world, every one of us would have a home or an apartment with a working fireplace. If you don’t have one, designer Tariq Dixon, co-founder of TRNK Studio has a quick fix to get that iconic smell. D.S. & Druga’s Portable Fireplace candle nails the nostalgia factor with hints of cedar, birch, oak and smoke. “It’s hard to replicate the fireplace’s warmth and embrace, but this candle is a very respectable interpretation,” Dixon says. 

Instantly recognizable oil

Capri Blue Pura Device Bundle

$75+ at The Container Store

$84 at Amazon

Capri Blue’s Volcano fragrance is iconic. It’s used in Anthropologie stores (yes, that scent) and it’s one of those smells you can recognize the second it meets your nose—a delicious mixture of tropical fruit and sugary sweetness. It’s one of neuroscientist and author Rachel Herz‘s favorite scents to use in her Pura—a smart diffuser that allows a user to control the intensity of a smell and put it on a timer. 

Calming cult favorite

Palo Santo 14 Scented Candle

$82 at Nordstrom

$82 at Saks Fifth Avenue

Le Labo launched in 2006 and continues to be a darling of celebrities and tastemakers, especially their versatile, complex Santal scent. This Palo Santo candle is a bit stronger and smokier, carrying the aroma of the namesake South American tree, but adding cedarwood and patchouli to soften it. Palo Santo is believed to reduce stress, and that’s exactly why interior designer and licensed therapist Anita Yakota favors it. “It stimulates my olfactory system, which tells my brain to relax and calm,” she says. “I put it wherever I need to get rid of negative energy.”

Library-inspired scent

Bibliothèque Candle

$45+ at Nordstrom

$45 at Ssense

Scent and memory are strongly linked, notes Yakota: “Candles are a beautiful home therapy tool to stimulate our senses at home and build core memories—without our rooms smelling like a candy store,” she says. Many home scents capitalize on this, using fragrance to remind you of freshly-baked cookies or a spring garden. But this Bibliotheque candle is inspired by the best smells of a library. The base of the candle is a mixture of birch woods, patchouli and vanilla with hints of leather accord and plum. A sophisticated crowd pleaser, it also makes a great gift for the woman who has everything or a book lover.

Romantic choice



Tuberose Myrrhder

$65 at Neiman Marcus

$65 at Violet Grey

Read the glowing review of this sensual scent by author and former New York Times scent columnist, Chandler Burr, and it’s hard not to toss this in your shopping cart. He describes this scent as perfectly balanced with a beautiful burn, and says it “diffuses like a dream.” Tuberose Myrrhder is a complex concoction that leans heavily on Tuberose, a powerful tropical scent, but also weaves in Ethiopian myrrh (smoky and sweet), black currant, cacao and Madagascar vanilla. It’s a candle you might want to save for your bedroom or den. 

Green state

Bamboo Reed Diffuser

$58 at Nest

$58 at Nordstrom

Nature-y scents are popular for room freshening for obvious reasons, and this earthy fragrance is a prime example—smelling almost better than any fresh field could possibly smell. The Bamboo Reed Diffuser contains concentrated oil and rattan reeds in a glass bottle so pretty it could hold French perfume. It’s perfect for a powder room, where it looks right at home among apothecary bottles. “The scent is a brilliant creation of a natural green (leaves, young grass shoots) that doesn’t actually exist,” Burr says. 

Fruit and nicely priced

Juicy Watermelon Scented 3-Wick Candle

$3 at Walmart

This happy, summery scent comes at an incredible price: At under $5, this Mainstays candle in Juicy Watermelon offers a lot for your buck, and is a favorite of perfumer Kimberly Walker. “It’s a girlie, juicy, sweet blend that reminds me of a strawberry daiquiri,” she says. The three-wick design allows the sweet, tropical fruit odor to permeate quickly.  

Boutique-hotel vibe

Recuerdos Tin Candle

$38 at The Hotel Emma

When perfume podcaster Emma Vernon grabbed a drink at San Antonio’s Hotel Emma a few years back, she was immediately struck by how much she loved the hotel’s signature scent: Recuardos. “It’s smoky and woody in a more palo santo, desert type of way,” she says. “It goes with the hotel—the décor is rustic and eclectic, with Spanish colonial and midcentury influences,” Vernon says, so you may enjoy it if your home décor checks any of those boxes.

Japanese staple

Hinoki Onsen Essential Oil

$50 at Konmari

Two of our experts recommended this scent as their end-all, be-all. “I just returned from a phenomenal work trip in Asia and one of my favorite smells in Japan, not too well known in the U.S., is hinoki wood,” says interior designer Jarret Yoshida. Its clean, natural smell is “just like the traditional Japanese aesthetic,” Yoshida notes, adding that “hinoki is a mainstay of the kodo ceremony,” which translates as the “way of incense.” Jarrett likes using a few drops of the Hinoki Onsen Essential Oil on this simple stone diffuser. 

Natural beauty

Scented Candle: Edition 04 Orchard

$72 at Goop

When CEO Sara Panton isn’t using the products she helps develop for her air-care brand, Vitruvi, she turns to Goop. “I’ve worked with Goop for years and I am endlessly inspired by their commitment to sophisticated and complex aromas,” she says. The Edition 04- Orchard is her favorite, and is dominated by a mixture of apricot and sun-bleached hay. It also has a lengthy 65 hours of burn time. 

Workout buddy

Basik Candle
No.1 Grapefruit and Mangosteen

$38 at Basik

“This is an everyday candle that I love to burn when I work out,” interior designer Kristen Pena says of the Basik Candle, which she came across at her favorite San Francisco shop, Super Simple. “It’s fruitier, which feels nice when you’re moving your body.” The bouquet of grapefruit, pomelo, peach blossom and green tea notes brings an instant burst of energy to any space. 

High-fashion fragrance

Scented Candle One: Hinoki

$85 at FWRD

$85 at Ssense

The Monocle 01 Hinoki Candle looks high fashion, which makes sense, since it’s co-produced by French fashion brand Commes des Garçons and British magazine Monocle. It’s more than just a pretty face, though. Saskia Wilson-Brown, founder of the Institute for Art and Olfaction, says, “It smells like a spring morning in the woods of Japan,” noting its pine, cypress, vetiver and Treemoss aroma.  

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19 best home scents, according to designers

Studies have shown that scenting your home can improve your mood, enhance relaxation, increase alertness and boost productivity — let alone get rid of nasty odors!

“With so many of us working, eating, studying and relaxing at home these days, who wouldn’t want to take advantage of the power of scent?” questions interior designer Tiffany Brooks, host of HGTV’s $50K Three Ways. “I make my own air freshener by filling an 8-ounce spray bottle with water, mixing in a couple of drops of rubbing alcohol and then adding 10 to 20 drops of an essential oil. I shake the bottle and then get to work spraying my sofas, pillows, curtains, closets, and bathrooms so that everything smells great.”

Don’t have the time to make your own scent? No worries! We asked top designers to share the one product that has brought calming, luxurious aromas into their homes and enhanced the ways they live.

Designer-recommended products to keep your home smelling fresh

diptyque Paris Berries Scented Oval

New York City-based interior designer Emma Beryl adores these scented diptyque discs. “I walked into a client’s house a few years ago and was struck by how delicious her home smelled. She explained she had placed these wax perfume discs in all her rooms and before I knew it, I was buying them for my own place. My favorite is Berries, which is scented with roses and black current leaves and smells feminine and floral but not overly sweet. I hang them in closets and behind curtains from their black rope — just make sure you keep [them] out of direct heat or sunlight to prevent melting.”

Lafco New York Duchess Peony

“I love to burn this beautiful candle when I have friends or family over,” says owner and principal designer Kerri Pilchik. “[This Lafco candle] smells like what you’d expect a peony to smell like — a soft scented rose — and comes in a colored handblown glass vessel I use for flowers after the candle has been burned. Peony flowers only bloom in the spring, yet with this candle, you can enjoy them all year round. I love lighting it in my living room, bathroom and the kitchen to eliminate cooking odors.

ID Style Lemongrass & Coconut

“I’m drawn to candles that have an aromatic scent to them, particularly ones with wooden wicks that burn more slowly and make a cozy crackling sound when they’re lit,” says Brenda Danso, lead designer at DB Interior Design. “This one [from ID Style] will make your house smell like lemongrass and coconut — great for any room, but I like to burn it in my office and bedroom when I need to relax.”

P.F. Candle Co. Teakwood & Tobacco Car Fragrance

Ariel Richardson, founder and lead designer of ASR Design Studio in California, prefers a fragrance in a compact package. “I first came across the spray and candle versions of this scent [from P.F. Candle Co.], which both come in cool apothecary-styled amber jars that you’ll want to display. But then I discovered their cool little sister sachets which I hang in closets, my bathroom, even the rear-view mirror of my car. The fragrant teakwood and tobacco scent isn’t overpowering — even my husband is a fan.

Preserved Eucalyptus Branches

Dallas-based interior designer Heather Fujikawa prefers to spruce up her home — literally and aromatically — with some greenery. “I use eucalyptus in every one of my client’s homes because it looks so fresh [and] brings greenery indoors, but then dries so beautifully. But, most importantly, eucalyptus has a spa-like scent — it works great in a kitchen, bathroom, wherever you place it.”

Aera The Aera Diffuser

“I can’t imagine living without this app-activated diffuser — so much so I own three!” says Long Island-based interior designer Marlaina Teich. “I have kids and pets and don’t like some of the odors that come along with real life. With this you simply install the app, plug in the diffuser, connect it to your home network and you’re ready to go.”

Sandoval Love Interior Aromatic

Gina Gutierrez, founder and lead designer at Gina Rachelle Design in San Francisco, loves this fresh aromatic from Sandoval. “I was gifted this natural spray, which is free of synthetic perfumes and additives, from one of my designers and fell in love with how it fills my space with a blend of scents including white neroli flowers, ylang ylang, jasmine, vetiver, and patchouli. I like to spritz it on my sheets, upholstery or simply into the air, and I’ll even pour a few drops in a diffuser.”

Pura Smart Device

New York-based interior designer Courtney Sempliner relies on Pura’s smart diffuser to make her home smell like a French chateau. “I control this plug-in diffuser via an app to customize how much and how often I want to scent my house — I can adjust the fragrance’s intensity and also set it to off when I’m away. I keep it in my office and fill it with the calming and therapeutic scent of lavender, a fragrance that reminds me of happy days traveling in Provence.”

Nest New York Grapefruit

“This spray, bar none, is the best!” proclaims New Jersey-based designer Karen B. Wolf. “I discovered [this Nest fragrance] in one of my client’s bathrooms and now I use it in my own home. It has a clean and citrusy scent that blends pink pomelo grapefruit, lily of the valley and coriander blossom.”

Zodax Illuminaria Porcelain Diffuser Spanish Dahlia

Louisiana-based interior designer Lance Thomas loves this porcelain diffuser that doubles as decor. “I place this porcelain flower into the smoky glass container and the citrus aroma instantly begins to permeate the room. It has pear and mandarin orange notes and sandalwood undertones, giving it an intensity that makes me feel like I’ve been whisked away to an exotic hotel. Plus, it looks like a beautiful jewel on a stack of books in your living room or on a bathroom vanity.”

Antica Farmacista Lemon, Verbena, & Cedar Diffuser

“I received this as a housewarming gift when I moved into a very musty smelling midcentury house and it instantly freshened up the air,” interior designer Mary Patton said. “You simply stick these beautiful reeds into the bottle, they absorb the fragrance, and then release lemongrass, mandarin, Italian verbena and lavender scents into the air. You can flip the reeds daily for a stronger scent or rotate them weekly for a more subtle aroma.”

Jenni Kayne Medium Cedar Ceramic Diffuser

Toronto-based interior designer Tiffany Leigh Piotrowski adores this ceramic diffuser from Jenni Kayne. “The ceramic beads inside this diffuser are filled with natural essential oils and earthy scents like fir needle and cedarwood. I keep it in my foyer, creating a signature scent for everyone who enters my home to enjoy.”

Plant Therapy 7&7 Essential Oil Set

“I burn these sweet essential oils in the diffusers I keep in my home office and bedroom,” said Nancy Charbonneau, principal designer and CEO of Charbonneau Interiors. “With this set, you get multiple fragrance combinations, but I love the freesia scent as it reminds me of fresh-cut grass, being outdoors in the sunshine, and working in the garden. I even put a few drops in my vacuum cleaner to make every room in my house smell fresh.”

Jenni Kayne Currant Glass Candle

“I discovered this hand-poured candle when I walked into the company’s store in New York City and knew I wanted my home to smell the same way!,” said New York City-based interior designer Becky Shea. “It comes in four scents — musk, ash, cedar and currant (my favorite with a mix of bergamot, cassis, white rose, and oakmoss notes). I have them all over in my house — in both my bedrooms, entryway, kitchen, dining room and bathrooms. I [also] love that they’re long-lasting — they can burn up to 80 hours.”

Sandoval Wood Interior Aromatic

“I’m a fan of woodsy scents so this mist is right up my alley — it literally smells like a walk in the forest,” said New York-based interior designer Michelle Zacks. “I spray it into the air throughout my home and on my bed linens and in my closets. I also love that the bottle is handmade and recyclable.”

Miko Quiet Air Purifier with True HEPA Filter Lead Stylist Amber Dunford likes to keep her interior’s air crisp and clean. “I’ve found that I value the fresh smelling and clean air from a purifier being home so much these days, knowing they can remove pollutants, toxins and allergens that not only cause odors but can disrupt your health, mood and sleep. I’ve placed one in my bedroom and another by the entrance to my home to keep the area smelling fresh at the point where guests enter.

Capri Blue Volcano Matte Black Jar Candle

“Imagine if oranges, lemons and limes were mixed together with mountain greens — yep, this candle!” said Stephanie Lindsey, interior designer at the Austin-based Etch Design Group. “I have three kids and this candle masks odors and creates a freshly scented house without overpowering the room. As an interior designer, I obviously select items for my home that are pleasing to the eye — the fact that this one comes in a modern container makes it a win-win.”

Aromini Nebulizing Scent Diffuser

California-based interior designer Dina Bandman loves this sleek diffuser from Aromini. “I couldn’t get over how amazing my best friend’s house smelled, and she told me it was thanks to this diffuser. Now I have this stylish and whisper-soft diffuser in my living room. It uses a cold air diffusion technology to break down the fragrance oil — my favorite is the London Aroma Oil which mixes leather, tobacco, cedar, and vanilla notes — into a very fine dry mist, reducing airborne allergens. Plus, you can sync it with your smartphone to control the scent’s intensity levels.”

Otherland Garden Party Collection Verdant Verve

Interior designer Kate Ives Marshall loves these chic scents from Otherland. “This candle has a thoroughly modern aroma yet remains unisex with the inclusion of neroli blossom and crisp, herbaceous thyme and oakmoss. The scent will remind you of springtime all year long, while the emerald jar and trendy floral label will dress up any bookshelf or table.”

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Fragrances for the home are as much an element of home decor as a cute vase or a picture on the wall. This is the final touch, without which the impression of the interior will be incomplete. There are many ways to fill a room with a pleasant smell: from diffusers with sticks to sachets and candles. Let’s figure out which one is suitable for the bedroom, which one is for the closet, and which one is better to use in the bathroom.

Aroma diffusers

Graceful flacons of different shapes fill the room with a complex aroma that sequentially unfolds from top notes to base notes. Its intensity can be adjusted by the number of sticks in the container. The more of them, the stronger the smell will be. The diffuser will take about an hour to fill the room.

The best scents for home with chopsticks are those that you like, do not tire or irritate. When choosing, experts recommend taking into account seasonality: dense or coniferous aromas are appropriate in winter, light floral or marine scents are pleasant to inhale in hot summer.

A beautiful concise bottle, in addition to the main function, will become an element of decor. Pay attention to the general style of the room so that the vessel does not want to be hidden away. Think of a composition that he can become a part of. It is optimal to include three elements in it: vertical (it will be a diffuser with sticks), horizontal (a magazine, a stack of books, a dish) and curly (a vase, figurine, bust).

Seven facts about the diffuser that will help you choose the right one and extend its life

  • Refer to the description or the smell in the bottle. Paper test strips or a drop of fragrance on your hand, by analogy with perfume, will not work, since fragrances have different uses.
  • Adjusting with sticks will not help if you don’t like the smell at all. Buy a trial version of a small volume or a whole set to decide for sure.
  • Aroma spreads faster around the room if you put the bottle under a split or air conditioner. But the liquid from the vial will disappear faster.
  • The level of humidity in the room also affects the rate of evaporation and the life of the diffuser.
  • Turn the bottle of e-liquid upside down once a week to prolong the life of the diffuser. On average, a volume of 200 ml is enough for 6 to 8 weeks.
  • Aroma diffuser persistent but subtle. If the room is larger than 10 – 15 square meters, use 2 bottles, placing them in opposite corners of the room.
  • If you plan to be away from home for several days or are simply tired of the aroma, remove the sticks from the liquid and close the jar tightly with a lid.


Aroma diffuser, Bamboo Lemongrass, Delicate in a minimalist transparent bottle. It starts with bergamot, citrus and herbal notes and later opens with musk, floral and woody notes.
Aroma diffuser, gray, Sea Shore, Romeo suitable for the bathroom. Gray glass with an ornament is combined with almost any decor and wall color. The aroma will enchant with tones of black currant, bergamot, tropical fruits and jasmine.
Aroma diffuser, 100 ml, Lisierton, Memor can be placed on a chest of drawers in the bedroom. It has a pleasant floral-fruity aroma and an unusual bottle: in a transparent container there is a decor reminiscent of autumn leaves.

Scented candles

Many consider them to be the best fragrances for the home, because they create a special atmosphere. Use them in your home spa bath. The soft reflections of the flame and the light scent will help you relax and rejuvenate.

Decorate your bedside table, chest of drawers, shelf in the bathroom with aroma candles. In order not to think about drops of wax or paraffin, stop at those that are in a glass candlestick. Be sure to follow safety precautions: keep animals away from fire, show the candle to the baby only in your presence.


Scented candle in a candlestick, glass, Citrus, Ginger, Amber, Musky, Nocturne is appropriate in the bathroom, bedroom, living room. Fills the room with a warm scent of citrus, spicy ginger, musk & jasmine.


What are the best home fragrances? Sprays are suitable for the bathroom, as well as at home with animals. Suitable for any premises, quickly eliminate unwanted odors, safe for children or animals. But they also evaporate quickly. Use them as an ambulance, and then connect diffusers or candles. If you still want to keep the chosen smell longer, spray it on the curtains or rug.


Aromatic spray, 450 ml, against the smell of animals, Juicy Lemon, Fresh house instantly fills the room with lemon freshness instead of unpleasant odors.


Essential oils are also great for scenting your home. Choose vials with a pipette built into the lid. So the oil is the easiest to dose. The most convenient way to use oils is a special aroma lamp. In its lower part there is a candle, which heats the upper bowl with a mixture of water and a few drops of oil. If there is no lamp, use improvised means:

  • Add 15-20 drops to a flower spray bottle and spray around the room.
  • Add 3-5 drops of oil to a cotton cloth and then place it on the battery
  • Replace the aroma lamp with an ordinary cup of water that can be placed near a heat source
  • A few drops of oil can also be added to the water for mopping

Oils have their drawbacks. The main one is the possibility of allergic reactions. The fire in the lamp can also be dangerous for them if there are children or animals in the house.


Aromatic oil, 10 ml, Lotus and Hyacinth, Breeze. Gooseberry, leaves and grapefruit in the top notes are set off by hyacinth, lotus and musk in the middle and bottom notes.


What flavors are best for a closet or chest of drawers? Of course, sachet. They will save the closet and the linen in it from extraneous odors, fill the dressing room, the closet in the hallway, the shelf with towels in the bathroom with a pleasant aroma. They are a small pouch filled with a hook for hanging or without, which releases fragrance freely. They also include aromatic clay and wax sachets.

This group has many advantages: low price, small size, fragrance lasts 2-3 months. But for large open spaces, sachets are not suitable.


Aromatic sachet, 10×19 cm, hanging, Floral Mist, Aristocrat. The aroma of lemon, bergamot, ginger, jasmine and sandalwood is woven into a delicate composition. A hook is provided for hanging.

Aromatic clay, 8×14 cm, green, Frozen Pear, Pastel – up to three months of pleasant aroma in a closet or dressing room

Which home fragrance should I choose?

In addition to individual preferences, be guided by the properties of odors in the composition. They can relax, invigorate or set you up for work.

  • Mint, lavender or jasmine immerse you in an atmosphere of peace, help you sleep and relax
  • Cinnamon, lemon, rosemary, coffee unleash creativity and help focus
  • Citruses invigorate and improve mood
  • Cinnamon, ginger pastries create coziness and are associated with hospitality
  • The best fragrances for the bedroom are unobtrusive and barely noticeable, floral, woody and citrus fruits “sound good” in the living room, and marine freshness, herbal and coniferous notes are appropriate in the bathroom

Your personal rating for home fragrances may differ from the general recommendations. Choose a separate one for each room or one that will always be associated with the house and evoke pleasant memories. Buy diffusers or candles as a gift. It’s neutral and doesn’t feel too personal like a perfume. Change scents according to the season and mood. Remember that they can exist in different forms, and that in our store you can always find the right one.

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We decorate the house for the New Year 2023: you can’t do without rabbits
The symbol of the upcoming 2023 will be the black water rabbit, a soft, affectionate and gentle animal. Signs promise that the year will correspond to its character: it will become warm, family, measured.

New Year’s table setting: simple rules and fresh ideas
New Year is not only a Christmas tree with garlands on the windows.