Smells like winter
Today, I thought I’d share my favorite woodsy-scented candles with you, as it has just occurred to me that I like an awful lot of them. Right now, in lieu of having an actual Christmas tree (which, given my faith, would be a bit off-brand) I am burning Soap & Paper Factory’s Roland Pine, which smells uncannily like the real thing.
Red Flower’s Wanderlust is similarly woodsy, with just a hint of something else—citrus?—thrown in for a nice kick. I love it.
A pick from Fornasetti will set you back a bit, it’s true, but when the candle’s all melted down you’re left with a cool little objet. I like their Otto scent best—it’s a lovely, earthy mix of thyme, lavender and cedarwood.
Diptique’s Feu de Bois smells like entering a room in which the fireplace has been going for hours.
This Tom Dixon stone candle is the only one of the bunch I haven’t actually tried, but is it not fantastic-looking?