Living room and open spaces

Fresh and floral fragrances are always popular in living rooms and open spaces. Energizing fragrances for the daytime and relaxing for the evening work well to enhance your mood and home. In bigger and more open spaces fragrances can be bolder, without overpowering your senses.

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Cooking smells can cling to the air. Freshly baked bread and cake isn’t so much a problem, but you might not want food or pungent smells like fish, onions, and garlic lingering.

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Similar to how some scents can help us to relax and sleep, some can aid our focus, attention, and memory recall. Oriental, lemon, and coffee fragrances have been shown to help task performance so are ideal for work and study spaces.

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We often associate citrus fragrances with freshness and cleanliness. Think orange, grapefruit, lemon. In smaller spaces keep fragrances lighter to avoid overpowering.

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Did you know some scents can help us get a better night’s sleep? Stress, tension, and a wandering mind can keep us awake, but floral fragrances like lavender, bergamot, geranium, and chamomile have been proven to enhance our slumber.

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