Wednesday, October 30, 2013
The sense of smell is often overlooked when it comes to designing spaces. Much priority is given to the sense of sight and the sense of touch. After the earlier two are satisfied, attention should also be given to the sense of smell.
The living room is typically where one would entertain guests so you’d want a scent that is welcoming and homey to enable visitors to feel at home in your abode. An ideal scent would be one that is warm and generally appealing like a Vanilla scent.
The kitchen, when in use, would naturally have its own variety of aroma of whatever meal you are cooking up. But, when it’s not in use, you still want the space to smell like good food is coming out at any moment. An ideal scent would be a Cupcake scented candle for a sweet touch.
The bathroom is where you go to refresh, so you’d want a scent that will make you feel like even your nose is being cleansed. You’d want a refreshing scent to greet you when you enter and a clean and fresh scent to accompany you when you leave. The perfect scent for the bathroom would be a fresh cucumber or lime scent.
When you go to your bedroom, you’re there to relax and just separate yourself from the world outside. It’s somewhere where you’d want to forget all your worries and immerse yourself in a good book or concentrate on your favourite TV show. To aide in doing this, it is best to utilize a relaxing scent like Lavender.
So go ahead and buy the scents you'd like to try, they will definitely freshen up and enliven each room in your home.