Fragrance lovers, rejoice: candle season is finally here! While filling every room in the house with scented candles is our favorite way to celebrate autumn, we've come up with 5 different ways to make your home smell like fall.
1. Bake a Pumpkin Pie
Whip out an apron and put on your chef's hat, it's time to get baking. The sweet, warm aroma of pumpkin pie filling the house has no equal. Click here for Once Upon A Chef's pumpkin pie recipe. She does a great job of breaking down each and every step to make the baking process as easy as possible.
If you're not the baking type, there's always our Pumpkin Pie.
2. Brew a Cup of Apple Cider
Cozy up by the fire with a mug of hot apple cider in hand. The smell of apple cider is addictive. Just a small cup of it will fill an entire room with the warm, spiced scent of cinnamon and apples. Feel free to spike it if you're wanting to add an extra kick to your fall-flavored evening.
Click here for Melanie May's award-winning hot apple cider recipe.
3. Put a Simmer Pot on the Stove
For those who have never heard of a simmer pot, it's an all-natural assortment of your favorite fall fruits and spices cooked together in a hot pot on the stove. Most recipes take less than ten minutes. The Garlic Dairies has an incredibly easy, five minute Autumn Simmer Pot. Click here for her apple and cinnamon fragranced recipe.
If you're not the DIY type or if you're looking for a quick fix, our wax melts will get the job done. Fall Festival is one of our bestselling scents. This woodsy harvest fragrance contains a unique blend of tobacco flower, black elder, smoked cedar and a sprinkle of black pepper. The smell is sure to bring the welcoming aroma of fall into your home.
5. Your Favorite Scented Candles
Pumpkin Pie: An aromatic fall fusion of clove, white pumpkin and red berries blended effortlessly with vanilla bean and teakwood.
Spiced Apple Honey: Enjoy the essence of a freshly picked apple enhanced by sweet nectar honey and a touch of seasonal spices.
Amber & Oud: Fill your home with seasonal fruits and a splash of citrus that is paired with warm spices and a hint of golden honey.
Fall Festival: This woodland escape has notes of citrus and palm leaf blended with sage, amber wood, tea and white cedar.