While the holidays may look and feel a little different this year—’tis the official season for scents.
The festive spirit fills homes with aromas via candles, diffusers, and even detergents. Whether nostalgic or a twist on a classic, home fragrances will certainty delight you. So, start swapping your autumn favorites for the comforting, wintery smells of pine, balsam, and freshly baked cinnamon cookies.
Need a little direction? We’re here to help. We’ve rounded up the best holiday scents to keep your home both beautifully scented and decorated. Below, check out some of our favorite seasonal fragrances:
Our Favorite Seasonal Fragrances
D.S. & Durga Portable XMAS Tree Candle – Have you always wanted to have a living tree in your home? Even if you’re going faux, you can still evoke the real thing with this refreshing and woody scented candle. No ornaments or tinsel needed.
Thymes Frasier Fir Concentrated Laundry Detergent – The outdoors can always be with you with the just-cut forest scent of Frasier Fir. The aromatic snap of Siberian Fir needles, heartening cedarwood, and earthy sandalwood entwine to create a double-duty solution of cleanness and comfort.
Glasshouse Merry & Bright Pineapple Mint Fizz – For those who celebrate in warmer climates, Glasshouse, an Australian fragrance go-to, blended a sensationally light mixture of pineapple, strawberry, and mint to set the tone for holidays in the sun.
Skandinavisk ÖNSKA – An homage to bringing the outdoors in to welcome the festive season, the title is Swedish for wish. This season, the brand sells a special edition gift set featuring candles poured into mini glass votives—a welcome addition to any holiday setting.
Breathe Essentials Balsam & Clove – The Balsam & Clove Cocosoy scented candle is an eco-friendly must-have for anyone who loves spicy and sweet notes. With a mixture of clove, cinnamon, and balsam, this candle radiates love.
How will you be setting the mood for the holiday season? Will you go traditional or trendy? Let us know your favorite seasonal scents in the comments below.