DayNa Decker’s couture candles and bath, body and home ambiance products will bring a breath of perfumed air to any home. Decker’s room sprays, body cleansers, and moisturizers are both luxe and eco-friendly, and feature undertones ranging from woody to floral. A former model, Decker developed her line of gorgeously packaged, delicately scented products after studying the art of perfumery in Gras, France. Her Luminesse Sculpture series has become a major hit; the Aston and Lune combination tabletop oil burners and fragrance diffusers offer an easy way to transform your living space into a sanctuary.
Elevated fragrances that'll transform your room (and your mood)
Made in Turkey, Simple Life’s creations are anything but ordinary; established in 1998 by sisters Meltem and Sebnem Berker, the brand focuses on designs that are inspired by the beauty and culture of Istanbul. Here, we feature their home fragrances: We love the candles’ soothing, sweet scents and artful painted-glass vessels. But perhaps the biggest standouts are the diffusers: Each is topped with a porous marble-and-stone figure, in sculptural shapes like shells and flowers (even a mysterious owl), connected to a cotton wick that draws the fragrance up and through. These are way more than just home fragrances; they’re design statements.
Founded in 2001 by best friends and designers Dianna Burmas and Deon St. Mor, the Australian-based cosmetics company MOR Cosmetics delivers an exquisite range of products designed to pamper the body and nurture the soul. We love how they blend old with new, working with traditional apothecary techniques and blending age-old and contemporary ingredients. Each lotion, serum, and soap captures the essence of well-being in a bottle — and the luxe candles complete the scent experience. Find this brand, and other top names, in this inspired collection of luxuries for your bath and body.
Entertaining this summer? Set the tone with D.L. & Co.’s evocative – and eye-catching – candles. Embrace the macabre with bright-colored, unscented skull candles, or a series of tins named after poisonous plants. If you want to keep things a little more classic, there are plenty of bracing, summery scents too, like red apple and pomegranate.