You can make it delightful for everyone inside, especially in the dining room. Warm the space by creating a fresh, inviting look.
We invite you into our winter solstice bedroom retreat. Here’s how you can get this wonderland look in your own home. Happy Winter!
A classic fashion that resurfaces each winter is the layered look. This timeless style is also a great way to work fashion into your home. Typically, we add layers to interior designs by incorporating textiles such as pillows, throw blankets, and rugs but today we’re going to be layering with candle scents.
#1: Envision Your Intention
Think of your ideal getaway–anything from the outdoors to a five star restaurant. This will be the foundation for bringing optimum relaxation into your home!
#2: Acquire the Scents
Shop for scents that complement each other and create a complete theme. I opted for a natural tone and chose scents like woods, florals, and seasonal titled aromas.
#3: Finish with Visual Accents
Set the scene for your candle arrangement. For the natural theme I wanted, I used branches, leaves, and candle holders to give the display a sophisticated and elegant yet organic look.
Feel free to utilize this style throughout the year, try it out for every season and play around with all of the unique scents you can create! Let us know what your favorite combinations and displays are in the comments below!
We all know the feeling of winter, and our skin can feel it before the local meteorologist has the chance to tell us it’s coming. The following are tips to help you combat the harshness of winter, without being harsh to your skin.
Hosting a festive event this holiday season? Stock your bar cart with all the ingredients you’ll need to serve amazing cocktails during your party. Check out our recipes!
The crisp days of fall have retreated, inviting in a new season and another opportunity to get creative with your space. Revamp your front and back door areas to make room for wintertime essentials. Here are a few tips for transforming your entryway or mudroom into a wintery landing pad.
It’s February. And if you’re like us, you’re so over the grey and gloom, and ready for warmer temps and longer, sunnier days. Being holed up in the house is no fun, and can make you feel unmotivated, tired and itching for something energizing and bright. So we’ve got some ideas for turning your home into an oasis in the midst of these cold, dark winter months.
Up for a small project that will give your home an instant infusion of happy? Paint your walls with a bright color like orange or green! Green is very soothing, creates optimism and can make you feel happy and fresh, while orange evokes feelings of friendliness, ambition and relaxation. We’ll take any of that right about now.
Don’t feel like painting walls at this time of year—or ever? Try some well placed accessories to brighten up your space. Add sunny pillows and a blanket to your sofas for pops of color in your living room. Mix in a colorful throw rug and a vase of fresh flowers and it will start to feel like spring has already sprung.
We’ve all heard of aromatherapy and essential oils, but do they really work? The answer is yes! Their aroma can positively affect your mood and your general sense of wellbeing.
Citrus is a proven mood booster. Orange, lemon and grapefruit can give you an instant burst of energy, while relieving stress and anxiety. Light a citrus candle in the rooms where you spend the most time and you’ll feel yourself perking up in no time!
Instead of trudging around a dark house, lighten things up by adding a few strategically place lamps and overhead lights where you hang out most. Be sure to use full spectrum bulbs which do a great job simulating sunlight.
Also, consider adding mirrors near windows and lights in your home. Mirrors reflect light and can make a room feel brighter and happier!
So go forth and conquer your winter gloom. And let us know your tips for staying sunny and bright during the cold and dark months!
Brrr. It’s cold out there. And despite what the thermostat says, it’s cold in here, too. There’s no need to crank up your furnace burning your money away