Fireplace candles add luxurious comfort to the indulgence of lounging by a roaring fire. If you are toasting your toes by a fire tonight, enhance the warmth with the best fireside fragrances. Fall back into the softest leather recliner, sip on some spicy, spiked tea, and enjoy these top scented candles to burn with your next roaring fire.
Set The Scene
My husband loves to ski. I love to not ski. We compromise on winter destinations by finding lodges that are as fantastic as the slopes. The LAFCO Feu de Bois (Ski House) candle represents our winter vacations perfectly. The crisp airy notes give me a sense of the fresh gusts of air that my husband enjoys as he swooshes down some absurd mountain. The scent of burning cedar logs reminds him of the warm cabin where I spent my day devouring piles of books. It is nice to light this candle on wintery weekends at home, reminding us of our favorite kind of getaway.
Slip Into Something Comfortable
If you’re going to enjoy a fire, you need a comfortable place to sit. Have a seat in a well-worn, buttery leather recliner. This is the kind of chair that will cradle you with warmth while you watch the snow fall from frosty windows. The Belle Fleur Kyara Clove candle will add romantic comfort to the scene with exotic woods, spiced clove, and a hint of vintage leather. Comfort can be sexy and sophisticated when done right.
Light Your Spirits
When you light a fire, you know that you’re going to stay home for the rest of the night. Make the most of your night with intoxicating spirits and scents. Light up the Aquiesse Black Tea & Cognac candle for a beautiful blend of black tea, tobacco, vanilla cognac, purple sage, and amber.
You can also take the more scandalous route with the high notes of black currant, green apple, woods, patchouli, and moss in the Jonathan Adler Hashish candle. When this candle burns out, you can reuse the delicate porcelain vessel to stash any goodies of your choosing. Buttons, perhaps?
All of these candles are welcome on my mantle, but the Kyara Clove is being burned the most in my home this winter. Which of these would you light up to make a fire extra cozy?