These 12 Expensive Candles Are Worth Every Dime
Candles are a great way to add style and scent to your home, but many are expensive. Unfortunately, cheaper brands might not look as chic with your carefully selected decor. In order to get the most bang for your buck, consider investing in some high-quality candles.
We've selected the best luxury candles that will totally be worth the splurge. The scents are sophisticated and decadent, and the containers are so beautiful you'll want to repurpose them for jewelry, makeup brush holders, or decorative home accents.
Read on to see our 12 picks for candles that are totally worth shelling out the big bucks for.
Molton Brown Ylang Ylang 3-Wick Candle
The rich color of the Molton Brown Ylang Ylang 3-Wick Candle ($74) will add a bold accent to any space. It smells like an exotic blend of ylang-ylang, bergamot, and orange with notes of amber, cumin, and patchouli making it a unique addition to your home.
Nest Fragrances Moroccan Amber Classic Candle
The neutral look of the Nest Fragrances Moroccan Amber Classic Candle ($40) will match any decor. The smell of amber, heliotrope, and eucalyptus will make your home smell warm and inviting.
Voluspa Prosecco Rose 11-Ounce Corta Maison Candle
Commit to your love of bubbly with the Voluspa Prosecco Rose 11-Ounce Corta Maison Candle ($30). It's made of coconut wax and burns for 60 hours.
Henri Bendel Eucalyptus & Sea Salt Scented Candle
The gorgeous Henri Bendel Eucalyptus & Sea Salt Scented Candle ($40) will look chic on your coffee table. Expect scents of eucalyptus, sea salt, melon, and jasmine to float throughout your home as your burn this pick.
Kate Spade Pine "Be the Star of Your Story" Jar Candle in Silver
The Kate Spade Pine "Be the Star of Your Story" Jar Candle in Silver ($40) is a perfect gift. Not only does it have the cutest packaging, but it smells like pine for your Winter-loving friends.
Fornasetti Flora Scented Candle
The Fornasetti Flora Scented Candle ($175) is basically a piece of decor by itself. It's printed with the face of opera singer Lina Cavalieri and smells like rose, jasmine, and sandalwood.
Diptyque Mimosa Scented Candle
Brunch addicts need the Diptyque Mimosa Scented Candle ($64). Don't worry — it doesn't smell like alcohol. This pick is more mimosa blossom, with hints of straw, honey, and salt.