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About Panpuri

Pañpuri’s home fragrances and perfumed spa products draw upon the belief that a calming environment is crucial to one’s health. The Thai company’s name, loosely translated from several ancient languages, means palace of wisdom; as such, its namesake line borrows from ancestral remedies and tonics. Case in point: its signature collection of organic candles, diffusers, and mists, which feature complex herbal blends and come packaged in vintage-inspired glass vessels. For bath and body, Pañpuri delivers with all-natural formulas just as pleasing to the senses.

Past Sales Featuring Panpuri

Sale Ended July 08, 2011

Candle Blowout: Up to 70% Off

Fragrance is a powerful way to trigger an old memory—or the perfect backdrop for creating a new one. Make scents to remember with this array of candles, room sprays, diffusers, and votives from such top brands as DayNa Decker, D.L. & Co., and Seda France.

Sale Ended March 26, 2011

Noir: Panpuri Candles & Diffusers

Centuries-old herbal remedies and wellness tonics inspired these candles and diffusers, which come in exotic scents such as Indochine (Indian Ayurvedic lemongrass, bergamot, and spearmint) and Muse Secrete (ylang ylang and night-blooming jasmine). And the textured dark-glass casings they arrive in? Pure pieces of art.

Sale Ended September 17, 2011

Ways to Spruce Up a New Home - 9/15/2011

Moving into a new home is the perfect time to stock up on basics: Get ones that inspire, from Eric Bagger’s substantial glassware and Richard Ginori’s porcelain dishware to Surya’s neutral rugs. But—because artfulness is as important as practicality—inaugurate your space with touches that are uniquely “you,” whether that’s Made Goods’s oversize mirror with a clock theme, or Soicher Marin’s pen-and-ink reproductions of portrait sketches by French artist Racine.

Sale Ended September 17, 2011

Ways to Spruce Up a New Home

Moving into a new home is the perfect time to stock up on basics: Get ones that inspire, from Eric Bagger’s substantial glassware and Richard Ginori’s porcelain dishware to Surya’s neutral rugs. But—because artfulness is as important as practicality—inaugurate your space with touches that are uniquely “you,” whether that’s Made Goods’ oversize mirror with a clock theme, or Soicher Marin’s pen-and-ink reproductions of French artist Racine’s portrait sketches.