These clean, fresh scents are anything but stuffy or old-school. Instead, they’re vibrant, bracing, and a perfect match to contemporary decor (not just in scent, but also their clean-lined design). We especially love Marianne Guedin’s scents (in beautiful frosted-glass vessels), which are reminiscent of her home country of France.
Early spring is the perfect time for a little scent renovation: Refresh your home with a new fragrance or two, without making a big financial commitment.
Garnier Thiebaut has been the go-to source for luxurious, artisan-made table and bed linens for 180 years. Mitered corners and hemstitched details make their organic cotton runners and dishtowels stand out; while their tablecloths and napkins, adorned with Provençal-style patterns in modern colors, lend your tables a classic panache.
These vibrant, bracing scents will put you in a summery frame of mind. In nature-inspired fragrances like nectarine and wild rose, each will transport your brain to vacation mode.