It’s official, Christmas is on. We know, we know, it seems to begin earlier and earlier each year, but it really is well and truly on now. Don’t believe us? Just glance out of your window and gaze in wonderment at the Christmas lights which have popped up on the high street. When were they put up? No one knows. They simply appear each year. Take a look at the shops, too. They’re filling! Christmas shoppers, pop-up Christmas sections, they’re all there. This divides the nation into two sides. There’s the first, those who roll their eyes and point out that “bonfire night is barely over”, and the second, who instinctively break into a chorus of “I don’t want a lot for Christmas…” at the first sight of a bauble.
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.
Let the fresh, verdant aroma of Tomato sweep your home with our Vine Tomato Lamp Fragrance. Botanical, earthy and ripe, Vine Tomato will have you dreaming of childhood summers spent outdoors, playing in the grass and taking in the scents. The perfect antidote to city living, Vine Tomato evokes vitality and crisp, clean air, transporting you to the countryside and a simpler way of life. Ideal for the kitchen or dining room, Vine Tomato emits a leafy aroma reminiscent of fresh-cut grass on a summer’s day. Picture juicy, ripe tomatoes and losing yourself in the scents of a vast, botanical greenhouse. Let the clean, airy breeze of Vine Tomato sweep through your home and cool you during the warmer months with sanguine notes of tomato and verbena. Why not give a new scent a try?
You’ll always find me in the kitchen at parties. Mostly because that’s where they’re usually held. Gone are the days when kitchens were used exclusively for cooking, their function purely practical, oh no, we’re now living in the dawn of the trophy kitchen.
This doesn’t mean that we’re no longer using kitchens in the practical sense; it means that the kitchens practicality has expanded. The kitchen is often combined with the living room or dining room (or both), forming an open ‘living space’ rather than just ‘the kitchen’. This living space often acts as the heart and soul of the house, the go-to room where family and guests alike naturally gather.