Scintilla Organic Candles: All-natural candles inspired by the natural landscape of Iceland’s wild Westfjords

Scintilla Organic Candles


As longtime attendees of Iceland’s DesignMarch, we’re familiar with the wonderful textile work of Reykjavik-based Scintilla, a homeware brand founded by fashion and textile designer Linda Björg Árnadóttir. Last year, we were introduced to her…

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Skandinavisk Candles: The young candle company launches five new scents and a handmade porcelain collection, each capturing a special aspect of Scandinavia

Skandinavisk Candles


The design and quality that went into creating the Copenhagen-and-Stockholm-based Skandinavisk’s inaugural set of blue and white candles caught our eye last December, and their more colorful second batch signals the arrival of spring. The…

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Six Unique Candles: Swap out your boring frou-frou candles for ones that start a conversation

Six Unique Candles


There’s something about lighting a candle—an effortless way to instantly transform the ambience of a room, with the strike of a match, making everything look a little more beautiful. We learned that in Scandinavian tradition, the heat and light provided by this simple…

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Juniper Ridge + Fellow Barber Pop-Up: A look at the Californian fragrance makers’ temporary Williamsburg shop with architect Claudio Martonffy

Juniper Ridge + Fellow Barber Pop-Up


Leaving behind the hippie farmers market vibe in favor of greener pastures with a more modern aesthetic, Oakland, California’s Juniper Ridge is becoming increasingly popular for their distinct scents and…

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Homestead by Found Goods Market: Southern-inspired scents are housed in reusable copper tins for the perfect fall candle

Homestead by Found Goods Market


Homestead is a new three-piece collection from candlemakers Found Goods Market. Like their debut collection, Fairfax & King—which drew inspiration from historical American apothecaries—Homestead rouses nostalgic memories from the South,…

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The Contemporary Eau by Thirdman: A refreshing take on 19th century scents

The Contemporary Eau by Thirdman


Mystery swathes the fragrance brand Thirdman. Founded by Jean-Christophe le Greves in New York in 2012, their four scents are made in collaboration with some of the world’s most noteworthy perfumers: Jean-Marc Chaillan, Bruno Jovanovic and…

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The Contemporary Eau by Thirdman: A refreshing take on 19th century scents

The Contemporary Eau by Thirdman


Mystery swathes the fragrance brand Thirdman. Founded by Jean-Christophe le Greves in New York in 2012, their four scents are made in collaboration with some of the world’s most noteworthy perfumers: Jean-Marc Chaillan, Bruno Jovanovic and…

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The Institute for Art and Olfaction: Aiming to create greater engagement with the art and science of perfumery

The Institute for Art and Olfaction


by Mya Stark Scent provides us with countless moments of pleasure every day—from submerging in soaps and lotions during our morning routine; to being perked up before the coffee even touches our lips; to being tantalized by the food on our plates. Because…

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Madeleine by Amy Radcliffe: A student project puts scent-capturing in the hands of the masses

Madeleine by Amy Radcliffe


Presented at Tom Dixon’s Most fair at Milan Design Week, Madeleine is a student project from Amy Radcliffe of University of…

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Kelly Lamb’s Ever Candles: Coconut wax you can burn for fragrance or use as a balm, housed in a geometric ceramic vase designed to last a lifetime

Kelly Lamb's Ever Candles

by Geren Lockhart From a carriage house-turned-studio space atop a hill in LA, artist Kelly Lamb creatively transforms lumps of clay into sexy yet functional geometric objects. Lamb began infusing her fine art pedigree into furniture and home decor you want in your world 20 years ago, and her endeavors…

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