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8 Ways to Scent Your Home Without Lighting a Candle

While we admit to being candle-holics, we're always game for experimenting with different ways to scent our homes. From flameless options that keep small children and pets out of harm's way to slow-burning methods that extinguish within minutes, these candle alternatives offer something for everyone. Check out the eight options we'll be using all season long! Like what you see? Keep reading to shop the layout!

  • Pressed flower bars ($20): Tuck these fragrant bars into dresser drawers or hang them in your closet to infuse the scent of black vetiver, oak, and geranium into your clothes and linens.
  • Diptyque electronic diffuser ($350): If you're addicted to burning their candles, you'll be tempted to splurge on this chic diffuser for a scent that keeps on giving.
  • Santa Maria Novella potpourri ($35): Erase any negative association you might have about potpourri. This potent blend of herbs and flowers plucked from the Florentine hills has a cult following for a reason.
  • Armenian burning paper ($28): Used in Europe since the 16th century, these frankincense and myrrh scented papers work wonders with removing unwanted odors. To use, fold a sheet of paper into an accordion shape, light one end, then blow out the flame. The paper will slowly burn like incense!
  • Rosemary tree ($58): Think of it as a fragrant herb garden in the form of a stylish, potted tree. Place it on your coffee table or kitchen counter to enjoy its piney scent.
  • Incense ($14): These aren't the musky hippie sticks you might be familiar with. Available in three scents, this incense uses wild herbs, wood, and sap for a forest-inspired fragrance that feels fresh.
  • Bay Leaf Wreath ($40): Try hanging this small wreath on your pantry door for an aromatic, decorative element that can also be used for cooking.
  • CB I Hate Perfume home sprays ($45): A few sprays from one of these bottles will instantly transport you to a scenic apple orchard, cozy campfire, or any place else you desire!
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