Christmas is the perfect occasion to go all out on your table decorations and encompass your favorite festive scents into the mix. Laura Lee, the floral designer from traditional home fragrance brand Kenneth Turner, shares her excitement for their latest scent collection and her top Christmas table decorating tips with The LuxPad below…
Nothing beats walking into a wonderfully scented room aglow with flickering candles, and this winter Kenneth Turner London has added a nostalgic touch with the launch of a limited edition Christmas Collection that perfectly captures the brilliance of the celebrity florist who first created the range almost 30 years ago.
Each of the three new candles are hand poured into hand blown colored glass to suit different styles of homes and scent tastes. Here I will share my hints and tips for scenting and decorating your home this Christmas time whether you have a Traditional or Decadent home.
The Kenneth Turner Winter Berries scent is a rare vintage of sweet red berries, satsuma and cinnamon in harmony with iris and vanilla. It conjures up the image of a blazing log fire, a table laden with fabulous food and the intoxicating scent of mulled wine, berries and goodwill. Place your scented candles down the centre of a dining table with birch logs, ivy trails, pine branches, figs and shiny red apples. Lots of fresh green holly, red berries and winter jasmine. Think extravagant and colourful a real treat for the senses.
The Kenneth Turner Masquerade scent is a heady blend of black rose, black pepper and dark cassis nourished with ginger, myrrh, patchouli and amber. It is a truly mysterious and seductive scent that can be achieved with dark colored flowers and foliage, rich jewel colors – deep blood red, dark emerald green or purple. Ivy and anemones mingled with plum colored figs and halved pomegranates in between the scented candles and dark purple velvet ribbon will give a glamorous warm feel to your home.