No matter the season, creating a calm and soothing vibe in my home is always of importance. And when it comes to fall, that means staying indoors, snuggling under a cozy blanket, cracking open a good book, and, of course, lighting a candle.
Not only is a candle the perfect alternative to a roaring fireplace (because who actually has one of those in their apartment?), it also fills your room with a pleasant scent that’ll last for hours. Below, we compiled a list of the seven best candles to add to your cart this fall.
Cuffing Season Candle
With notes of violet, jasmine, and Douglas fir, this floral candle has a tinge of earth that isn’t too overpowering—it’s perfect for those who want a scent that feels light and airy.
Home Luce di Colonia Scented Candle
This scent puts a bright spot in those dark fall days, thanks to a combination of orange and lemon notes that are rounded out by a fusion of woody patchouli and vetiver.
Hinoki Fantôme Candle
If you’re on the hunt for a candle that evokes a roaring fire on a chilly fall evening, look no further: The heady blend of moss and cardamom notes will envelop you in a warm, earthy, and spicy aroma that’ll calm the senses.
Orange Blossom Candle
Light this candle at bath time and let the sparkling notes of orange blossom and water lily intertwine with cozy orris and balsamic vetiver to create a calm, soothing environment.
Feu de Bois Candle
Take an olfactory trip to the forest with this candle that flows a steady stream of smoked wood into your space.
Autumn Plum Classic Candle
For those who prefer scents that lean sweet, this candle emits an intoxicating aroma of wild plum and cinnamon that isn’t too sugary.
Tuscan leather and white cedarwood, as well as sweeter notes like raspberry and jasmine petals, will make any room feel more romantic.
Photo: Courtesy of Instagram/@boysmells
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