We all want to smell fresh. From layering scents to applying perfume oil, we all have our aroma preferences. I’m sure you’ve even stopped in your tracks when someone who smells good passes by. Same goes for your home. Customizing the aroma of your space adds a personal touch and can eliminate any bad odors.
Add a fresh scent to any room with this diffuser from Jo Malone. It is a blend of sweet pears and peppery white freesia. There are also notes of amber and patchouli, giving it a woodsy smell. Available at Greenbelt 5.
For a more citrusy aroma, spritz this orange blossom room spray. Aside from keeping your space smelling fresh, you can also use this for your closet or luggage when traveling. Available at Rustan’s Makati.
You can also keep your room smelling fresh with essential oils using an aroma diffuser. This one from Stadler Form mixes water and essential oils and disperses the mixture every 20 minutes. You can pick from a variety of oils like the relax essential oil, which is a blend of citrus, lavender, orange, and pine needle. Available at Pottery Barn, Central Square.
Scented candles are also easy ways to keep your space smelling good. A classic coconut and vanilla aroma is always a good choice. This one from Yankee Candle also has top notes of pineapple and strawberry, while the base notes and musk and amber. Available at Uptown Mall
To make sure your room is odor-free, light some incense. These sticks were made in collaboration between Commonwealth and Japanese brand Kuumba. “PMA,” or positive mental attitude, “aims to employ a state of mind that continues to see, find, and execute ways to win.” Available at Commonwealth, SM Aura Premier.
Add the smell of amber, rosemary, and currant leaves to any room with this candle from Fäe. It also comes in a white and gold holder that acts as a decoration. Available at Cura V, Power Plant Mall.
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