When it comes to candles & where to burn them, there are no rules written in stone. Personally, I burn candles with different scents at the same time to create a scent soytail almost everyday in my house. That said, when you burn a different scent in each room, you allow space for each candle's personality to shine. Scents set the mood for everything from a relaxing soak in the tub to an 80s dance party. Here are a few suggestions on candle placement in your home.
Dining Room & Kitchen
Food-based scents are best for spaces where food is made & served because floral scents tend to interfere with the ability to smell & taste food. Scents such as thyme, citrus & the like are better suited for cooking & dining areas.
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The scent placed in your living room depends on what's happening in the room. If you are hanging out, burn floral scents. If you're hosting a swanky shindig, choose an aroma that enhances the mood & has an upbeat, social vibe. A floral scent is a great choice as is one that makes party-goers want to tropic like it's hot. In other words, a tropical scent.
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There are few things worse than a bathroom that smells, well, like a bathroom. Take occupants to another location aromatically with scents that evoke cleanliness, relaxation & escape. Think lavender, citrus & ocean scents.
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This is where the magic happens so get lit with whatever scent helps you get your groove on. A few scents are considered natural aphrodisiacs--lavender, jasmine & sandalwood. scents that induce sleep, relieve stress & soothe the soul include vanilla, eucalyptus & mint.
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In the end, the candles don't care where you burn them, they just want to shine!