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Living Room: Scented candles in your living room should be subtle and earthy, providing just enough scent to compliment the room. Use fragrances like citrus, woody or light florals to create a relaxed and pleasant atmosphere. Avoid heavy, overwhelming scents, as well as food-fragrances.
Kitchen: Your kitchen is the best place to utilize food scented candles, continuously creating an enticing, home cooked meal aroma. Various citrus based scents candles are all good choices for the room.
Dining Room: It is best to avoid strong floral and food scents when placing candles in the dining room. Heavy fragrances can interfere with the taste and smell of the food being served, actually detracting from the meal, rather than adding to it. If you do decide to use scented candles in your dining room, stick to very light, subtle scents like sage or white citrus.
Bedroom: When placing scented candles in your bedroom, think soothing and relaxing. This is a good room to use aromatherapy scents, which are designed to calm you. Scents like lavender are best for inducing sleep, while eucalyptus and mint can reduce stress. Avoid food and heavy floral scents, though lighter smelling florals like rose, jasmine and peony can be a good option for the bedroom.
Bathroom: The key to candles in the bathroom is to keep it clean. Linen, citrus, mint and ocean themed fragrances create the perfect environment for a relaxing bath or shower. Avoid heavy, powerful scents, as they can become especially overwhelming in small rooms.
By selecting the appropriate fragrance for each room, choosing the perfect scented candle can be easy. Decide where you plan to place it, make sure the scent will enhance the environment you are trying to create.
Scent vs Space
Small to medium candles will rarely fill a large sized room with fragrance. Tall ceilings over 8 feet will require larger or multiple candles for the desired amount of fragrance.
Room Size Guide based on 8 ft ceilings with minimal to no drafts:
If your candle has been burning for at least an hour and you still don't feel your soy candle is fragrant, try leaving the room where the candle is burning for a few moments and then come back inside (or walking outside to fresh air). Our sense of smell has a memory too and “gets used to” fragrances when exposed to them for any length of time. Try putting your soy candle in a bathroom or smaller space to determine if the candle truly has limited or no scent. All candles are fragrant when burned in appropriate conditions and in appropriate sized rooms. Drafts and/or extreme temperature changes can cause your candle to burn uneven and the fragrance will disperse leaving a poor aroma. Try moving your candle to a draft-free location if you experience uneven burning.
Be sure there is enough air circulation around your soy candle (do not burn candles in a tight area such as on a bookshelf) as you will not get a good aroma.
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