For us, there’s nothing better than discovering a new fragrance, but when you’re confronted with what seems like hundreds of different scents and notes, knowing where to begin can be tricky! The Fragrance Finder breaks down this process for you, helping you explore the different types of scent to discover the perfect fragrance for you and your home.
At long, long last, winter has come to an end and spring is finally here! With the Easter bank holiday approaching, now’s the perfect time to get creative and begin opening up your home to let spring in.
There are lots of lovely ways to add a touch of spring to your home (don’t worry, we’re not going to suggest spring cleaning – though if you do feel like having a spruce, check out our tips here), from fresh flowers to bright colours and light pastels, you can add ‘instant-Spring’ to your home using just a few home accessories!
An increasingly popular method of home fragrance, reed diffusers breathe a constant release of scent into your home. Unlike scented candles, reed diffusers require little to no supervision, simply set them up and they’ll take care of themselves, ensuring that you and your guests are always greeted by fresh and beautiful fragrance.
Reed diffusers constantly fill your home with beautiful scents throughout the day, even when you’re not there. They are perhaps the most easy and convenient way of transforming the atmosphere of your home, welcoming you on your return with your favourite, familiar fragrance. But there are still ways that you can get the most out of your diffuser and use it to its full capacity, ways that some people are completely unaware of.
It’s probably not news to you that smells are strongly linked to memories. The smell of freshly cut grass is instantly reminiscent of summers spent outdoors, a whiff of chlorine can transport you back to the swimming pool at a holiday resort, or the scent of a certain perfume or cologne can remind you of a loved one. Our sense of smell is actually one of the first senses we develop, even during the first week of life it’s formed and functioning, ready to pick up those scents we now associate so closely with childhood!