How do you know if a candle smells good when you can't smell it in person?-Begonia & Bench
It can be tricky, especially when scent is such a individual preference. โฃ
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However, when you can't be in person- think about the space, scent and purpose. Also, reading online reviews is always recommended! ๐Ÿ˜‰โฃ
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What is the room size? โฃ
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Larger living spaces can support a stronger fragrance where a smaller room may be too overwhelming. โฃ
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Also, the size of the candle also matters in relation to room size! A smaller candle means better suited for a smaller room. โฃ
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Match the scent to the space! The following is general scent guidance:โฃ
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๐ŸณKitchen/Bathroom: Clean and bright like limes or ginger โฃ
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๐Ÿ›‹๏ธLiving Room: Warm, subtle and soft like sandalwood or jasmine โฃ
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๐Ÿ“Office/Craft Room: Happy and inviting aromas like amber or citrusโฃ
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What are you doing in the room? Are you dining, relaxing, hosting? โฃ
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Relaxing scents like sandalwood or musk can be perfect for any stay home evening while bright notes like pine and eucalyptus can enliven a more social event. โฃ
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If you ever have questions about scent or want personal recommendations based upon your preference, send us a DM! โฃ
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We always love sharing our love of candles with anyone who wants to listen ๐Ÿ˜†โฃ
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