Scented candles are popular accessories, especially on long winter nights. The reasons for this can be explained by perceptual psychology.
SCENTED CANDLES ON THE GROUND FLOOR and on the 4th floor
Orange Bitters: €52.00, JO MALONE — Feuille de Figuie: €120.00, LINDA FARROW — Blond Tabac: €49.95, VOLUSPA — Women: €265.00, BAOBAB COLLECTION — Pomander: €50.00, DIPTYQUE — Carrousel: €55.00, BYREDO — White Forest: €39.50, BJÖRK & BERRIES — Silver Mountain Water: €78.00, CREED — 24 Old Bond Street: €60.00, ATKINSONS — Ebano: €269.00, CULTI — Baltic Amber: €21.95, VOLUSPA — Tobacco Vanille: €90.00, TOM FORD — Gelsomino: €39.95, CULTI — Les Tamaris: €95.00, MAISON FRANCIS KURKDJIAN — Upper Fifth: €60.00, RALPH LAUREN — Lempi: €35.00, SKANDINAVISK
Scents influence our mood more than we think. They help our subconscious store experiences and emotions. If we encounter a particular scent years later, our memories come back to life. Scented candles can be used to evoke positive feelings. Whether new creations, designer fragrances or classic scents, they are part and parcel of modern-day interior design and allow us to unlock new sensory experiences.
But that’s not all. They have a beneficial effect on our bodies; sandalwood, for example, is thought to boost the regeneration of skin cells. They also help to keep the mind active and give the brain a workout. If you consciously discern several fragrances on a daily basis, you are not only enhancing your well-being, but also training your mind. Another benefit of scented candles is that they add stylish design touches, making them the perfect accessory for the winter months.