Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Chinoiserie Scent of a Home


A truly lovely home should smell as wonderful as it looks. I am a complete devotee of the excellent home fragrances of Seda France. These hand-poured candles have very sophisticated scents, and the toile pagoda boxes are stunning. They have been featured everywhere including Domino, Vogue, Bazaar, Elle, In Style, and House Beautiful. I use the candles and diffusers, and never travel without one of their candle travel tins. Their scents are perfect for the lover of Chinoiserie including Alabaster Lily, Asian Lychee, Camellia Montangne, China Musk, Chinese Mandarin, Chinoiserie, Indochine, and Malaysian Bamboo. My favorite is Japanese Quince, Oprah Winfrey's favorite, that includes rhubarb, passion fruit, white peach, and Jasmine petals.
 





10 comments:

Averill said...

Gorgeous. I am such a sucker for beautiful packaging.

Style Redux 2 said...

Averill-Trust me, these are both-the scents are fabulous.

A Gift Wrapped Life said...

Yes they are lovely....one of my new products. I love the huge ones the best.

Style Redux 2 said...

Sande-You always scout out the best.

Sanity Fair said...

Eeeevery time I see these boxes my heart skips a beat. Love!

Style Redux 2 said...

SF-I keep the boxes for display they are so gorgeous!

Alicia said...

Been addicted for years, in fact did a post not to long ago...nice to see their are more of us for the meetings of SFA (Seda France Anonomous).

Style Redux 2 said...

Alicia-I have been trying to start a D.C. Chapter.

g. said...

I have loved these for some time. People get really giddy when you give one as a gift.

Style Redux 2 said...

g.-I promise I'll get giddy if you give me one. ;)