Fragrance layering is a technique of interchangeable scents used to develop an exceptional environment or aroma for a living space. The process involves using more than one fragrance to achieve the desired effect, such as combining a strong, musky or woody base fragrance with a fresh, fruity or citrusy scent.

Top tip: We recommended using a maximum of two diverse fragrances in a room, and the selection depends on personal preference and experimentation.

If you want to become a fragrance layering pro, you can try using various products like candles, diffusers or wax melts. Don't leave any of these options out if you want to really master the art of layering scents.

Top tip: Steer clear of overly sweet scents, such as Vanilla - they just don't mix well with other fragrances.

Our favourite fragrances to layer

  • Pairing polar opposites like Sunrise with After Dark can give you a combination of soft, floral notes that lead to captivating woods, or Energise and Relax to enjoy vitalising citrus notes that drift into earthy, soothing accords
  • Want to feel like you're at the beach? Combine Escape with Focus for a refreshing oceanic aroma
  • If you're a nature lover, try mixing Sylvan with Verdant for a touch of the outdoors
  • For a rich and exotic floral scent, blend Frankincense & Myrrh with Relax

The possibilities are endless, and with so many different scents to choose from, it's easy to create a unique blend that perfectly suits you. So go ahead, experiment and have fun with fragrance layering!

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