You’d be hard pressed to find someone who doesn’t use room fragrances in some form or shape, whether it’s reed diffusers, wax melts, candles, room sprays, or scented plugins. I personally prefer scented plugins, with candles being a very close second, and Bath & Body Works is where I usually get most of mine at. Would you like to see my current favorites? My stash is not enormous at all, I mean it’s nothing compared to some of my friends who dedicate entire shelves and drawers just to store candles alone. Some of these wallflower refills I repurchase constantly, while others were limited edition seasonal items released a few months ago that I picked up to try.
I know some people prefer scents made by White Barn, while others favor the house brand Bath & Body Works creations. I don’t have a preference, and my stash is divided evenly between the two.
My White Barn favorites include Lemon Mint Tea, Peach Bellini, and Watermelon Lemonade. I bought them in anticipation of hot summer months, but our summer turned out to be pretty mild this year, so I only started using them a couple weeks ago.
Lemon Mint Tea is super refreshing and actually smells like tea. It definitely helps me wake up in the morning, so I like keeping it in the bathroom. Peach Bellini has that sweet, peachy and sugary fragrance and the scent is quite powerful, so it works best as a living room fragrance. It really envelops the whole space! Watermelon Lemonade is my kitchen scent, it’s sweet and sugary but also has a little zing and freshness to it.
My current favorite Bath & Body Works house brand scents include Beautiful Day and Japanese Cherry Blossom, both of which are brand’s classics and big time bestsellers. Beautiful Day has very clean, feminine scent that I use for my office. Oh, by the way, I have an office now! It’s just bones right now so there isn’t anything exciting to show you yet, but I’ll make a room tour post as soon as it’s decorated 🙂 My other fave is Japanese Cherry Blossom, that I repurchased many times in the past. It’s the perfect scent for the hall/entryway space, because it’s slightly floral, but crisp and not overpowering. It creates a nice contrast to the public area inside our apartment building, but doesn’t hit you on the head the second you walk in. It’s super delicate, and I bet it would work well for the bedroom, too! I also bought several Hawaiian Hibiscus refills because I loved the scent at the store, but I quickly grew tired of it so I don’t think I’d repurchase.
What are your favorite Bath & Body Works scents? Do you prefer room sprays, reed diffusers, wax melts, scented wallflowers, or candles? Let me know in the comments below!
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