Here's the one thing you've been forgetting when it comes to decorating your home for the holidays...
I was honored to be a contributing expert to a Livingetc article all about scentscaping recently and they had some great things to say!
Side note: If you're not familiar with Livingetc, they're a fabulous publication dedicated to the interior design and style. I just love their mission statement: "to report on the now and next in home design and style. Breaking trends, making trends, and offering so much expert insight you have all the decor knowledge you could need."
Scentscaping is essentially the way in which you arrange fragrances in your home.
In the article, they highlight the importance of scentscaping in creating a calming and immersive environment within your home! Scent is a component of interior design that's often overlooked, but here at Scented Designs, we know just how important it is to incorporate delicious and nontoxic scents within your home.
After contributing to this article, I was inspired to create our own guide to scentscaping for the Holidays, Scented Designs style!
Check it out below.
For the living room, we recommend:
White Birch Apothecary Jar + Warm & Cozy Glass Jar
Scentscaping Pro Tip from Livingetc: First think about the size of the room and how this might be impacted by scent.
For the master bedroom, we recommend:
For the kitchen, we recommend:
Gingerbread Latte in a Mug + Apple Harvest Glass Jar
Scentscaping Pro Tip from Livingetc: Layering is the most important part of the process, and working layer on layer you can build the festive scene to your liking.
For the bathroom, we recommend:
And there you have it - scentscaping, the Scented Designs way! The key is making sure it's right for your unique home, so it's okay if your combinations and layering looks different.
Let me know on Instagram how you decide to Holiday scentscape in your home!
Check out more holiday decorating inspo: How to Make Your House Smell Like the Holidays
Or, grab a few holiday scented candles to get your Xmas scentscaping on!