Does Your House Smell Like The Holidays? No? Try One Of These Home Fragrances!

Warm up your space with a spicy holiday home fragrance. The products below will make your house smell festive and inviting.
Slatkin & Co. Wallflowers® Pluggable Home Fragrance Starter ($8.50 USD) — Green Tree Night Light — This night-light emits a soft, glowing light. Pair with your favorite Wallflowers Fragrance Bulb (sold separately) to fill an entire room with fragrance.  Purchase at

Soap and Paper Factory Tin Candles ($18 USD) — This line of hand poured 100% pure soy candles are housed in beautifully printed vessels (that are totally eco-friendly and made in the USA) that are actual needlepoints created specifically for this line. Perfect for bedroom, bathroom, home or office, these nature-inspired fragrances are relaxing and wholesome. Approximately 55 hour burn. Available in Spiced Clove, Balsam, Burnt Vanilla, and Warm Amber. Perfect holiday scents.  Available at

Thymes Frasier Fir Pinecone Reed Diffuser ($38 USD) This holiday season, spread your favorite home fragrance in  a festive, eco-friendly way. Evoking Frasier Fir’s forest inspiration, this  pinecone-shaped diffuser enhances any décor. Fill the 3-inch-tall bronze  receptacle with the fragrant oil; reeds layer the air with fresh-cut fragrance. The aromatic snap of crisp Siberian fir needles, heartening cedarwood and relaxing sandalwood form a refreshing bed of crisp, just-cut forest fragrance. Undertones of rich  floral musk deepen and soften the resinous woody notes, for a scent that’s mountain fresh, yet cozy and comforting.  Enjoy!

2 thoughts on “Does Your House Smell Like The Holidays? No? Try One Of These Home Fragrances!

  1. Hello! This post could not be written any better! Reading this post reminds me of my good old room mate! He always kept talking about this. I will forward this post to him. Fairly certain he will have a good read. Thanks for sharing!

  2. These types of products can really bring your home to life during the holidays, spreading fragrances that are reminiscent of holidays and the winter season.

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