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Our top five Christmas scentsFurnishings November 10, 2017 - 6:04 pm No Comment
Can you believe that it’s only a few weeks until Christmas? With the festive ad’s already on our screens, and the talk of parties filling the office, what better excuse than to indulge your love of the ‘most wonderful time of the year’ with our top Christmas scents to fill your home. From heady pine, to delicious cinnamon, read on to find out more…
Gingerbread Man Lid Candle (Orange and Cinnamon) – George at Asda – £5
Lasts up to: 35 hours
Wonderfully festive and oh-so-cute, this revitalising scent of orange and cinnamon makes the perfect Christmas decoration with its sweet ginger bread man lid.
Winter Spice – John Lewis – £10
Lasts up to: 25 hours
What would Christmas be without a little bit of John Lewis? This attractive candle, simply styled in a Nordic theme, is a festive blend of cinnamon, clove and zesty orange – combined with warm and heady spices and sandalwood.
Festive Spice diffuser – Next – £14
Lasts up to: 14 weeks
This attractive diffuser set has fruity hints of fresh mulled wine and is perfect for those cosy Christmas nights wrapped up warm with just the glow of the decoration lights to keep you company.
Cinnamon Stick – Yankee Candle – £23.99
Lasts up to: 110-115 hours
This signature scent is a mix of warming cinnamon, cloves, cardamom, bay leaf and cedarwood. The classic design of the traditional Yankee Candle jar looks great in any home, and would also make a wonderful Christmas gift – if you don’t keep it for yourself that is!
Pine & Eucalyptus – Jo Malone – £45
Lasts up to: TBC
Described as ‘bright, bracing and bursting with excitement’ Jo Malone London’s timeless classic scent of Pine & Eucalyptus is the definitive Christmas scent that is worth every penny.
What scent makes you instantly think of Christmas? Let us know in the comments below!
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