Rifle Paper Co. has brought forth an extremely compelling case that florals for spring are groundbreaking – or at least, that rings true when shopping their latest botanical-inspired candle collection.
Anna Bond's signature brand – known for its intricately detailed floral interior designs – is once again lending a helping hand when it comes to our living quarters. This time around, it's not their floral rugs or pillows that have caught our eye (although those are captivating). Right now, we're swooning over their brand-new release of three freshly fragrant scents. They're strong candidates for some of the best candles available.
Influenced by both Italy and France – each of the three garden-inspired candles, when lit, will instantly transport you to springtime in the park or garden, good news for any homebound traveler looking to cure their wanderlust or travel bug.
It's escapism at its best – and if you're looking to liven up any kitchen counter or television console, we're confident these are the best home fragrances to get the job done.
Wrapped in a beautiful crate with gold-colored accents visible throughout, this lavish luxury is the gorgeous glass vessel we highly recommend gifting yourself or others – after all, Mother's Day is right around the corner.
If you're looking to identify which of the three scents are groundbreaking enough for you, continue reading for our breakdown – after all, your next trip is just one candle away.
1. Champs de France Candle
Ideal for any homebound traveler looking to cure their wanderlust – Rifle Paper Co. allows this adventurous scent to bring rooms to life with its excitingly soothing scent.
2. Jardin de Paris Candle
Spring into fashion with this blossoming redolence – effortlessly refined and oh-so-chic.
3. Amalfi del Mar Candle
Perhaps you're leaning toward something a bit zestier? Try this subtle blue candle to alleviate aches and soothe senses from day-to-day.
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Brittany Romano wrote for Homes & Gardens as a U.S. Shopping Editor. A graduate of New England College, Brittany started her career as a freelance fashion market assistant at Marie Claire. She later joined AMI, where she designed a highly profitable commerce vertical. Noted for her award-winning content, she's covered everything from celebrity beauty hacks to the most lavish home decor.
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