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Colors for Fall

So, whether you take your cues for hues from mother nature or pick your colors from the catwalk, we’re bringing the colors indoors with our Fall Scent line. We offer a hearty selection of color - Merlot, Cinnamon, Cranberry Spice, Cranberry Cosmo, Apple Orchard, Cinnamon Chai, Cinnamon Bark, and Cranberry Chutney.

Black Tea Flora M Baker Candle

M. Baker Fragrance of the Month: Black Tea Flora

The aroma of bitter black tea and sweet rose petals, with notes of patchouli, is made even more magical with tart red berries and juicy pomegranate. The Black Tea Flora blend is the ultimate autumn aroma. 
Celebrate Summer on Labor Day - Colonial Candle

Celebrate Summer on Labor Day

In addition to celebrating American workers, Labor Day is also the unofficial mark of the end of summer. And of course, Labor Day is known to many people as a time to shop. 
Back to School with Manly Indulgence - Colonial Candle

Back to School with Manly Indulgence

Long days begin to shorten as summer tapers off to make room for the warm colors of fall. Everyone takes their last bites of shaved ice from a sidewalk vender or beachside ice-cream cone. Soon, you will no longer hear the thumping of bike tires along a boardwalk, or feel the sensation of walking in sandy shoes. A loyal towel that traveled with you all summer will soon be retired, and the warm night breeze on a fresh sunburn will be a thing of the past.
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4 Easy Ways to Decorate for Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is the one American holiday when family and friends purposely gather together around a turkey filled table and share what they are thankful for. It's such an important holiday for thankfulness and reflection, and it's too often overlooked.

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Best Fall Scented Candles from Colonial Candle

It’s that time of the year again, and with the holidays just around the corner, it’s time to spruce up your house with delightful home fragrances and decorative candle accessories. Luxury candles are holiday essentials for those warm, cozy winter nights and Colonial Candle has got you covered. The decadent aromas of fall should be embraced in your favorite spaces. Here is our take on the eight best fragrances by Colonial Candles for the holiday season.

The Falling Leaves Collection by Colonial Candle

How To Make Your Home Smell Like Fall

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.  
Gather Around the Table - Thanksgiving Traditions - Colonial Candle

Thanksgiving Traditions: Gathering Around the Table

Thanksgiving is almost upon us and for many of you it means traditions like heading out at midnight to score Black Friday deals, going to the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, or watching football non-stop. No matter what your tradition is, the pinnacle of the day centers around the kitchen table. 
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Fall Decor Trend Alert: For the Love of Rustic! - Colonial Candle

Fall Decor Trend Alert: For the Love of Rustic!

Fall is the most popular times of the year to get hitched - and with good reason. Unlike the traditional May wedding, you don’t have to worry about the blazing heat or yellow pollen covering every inch of your outdoor setup. Instead, you get the picturesque background of multicolored trees and slightly crisp temperatures.

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Fall is Here - And so is Candle Season - Colonial Candle

Fall is Here - And so is Candle Season

Fall is finally here! Well, at least according to the calendar. So, maybe the leaves haven't started changing color just yet and the air isn't crisp when you wake up in the morning, but everyone and their uncle is getting into the swing of the season.

Hello Hygge - Colonial Candle

Hello Hygge

Even if you’re only somewhat interested in home décor, you’ve had to have seen the word hygge – that is unless you live under a rock. It’s scattered across Pinterest boards and been written about in magazines like the New Yorker and Time. This trend has left its homie walls of Scandinavia and is taking the world by storm.