Global perfume developer Givaudan has created a fascinating new approach to how we enjoy fine fragrance. It’s called “scentscaping” and it involves dividing the rooms in your house using different scents. The company quickly realized that working from home and dealing with a global pandemic was causing feelings of stress and isolation. Their perfumers pointed out that fragrance can send subconscious triggers within the brain to change your frame of mind. It can dramatically improve your mood. They call is “MoodScentz” technologies and it is a major focus of research and innovation.
You may want to introduce the scent of invigorating lemon into your bathroom. This clean, uplifting scent is ideal for mornings.
A blend of light florals with a hint of spice and woods works well in a home office as it can encourage creativity.
A candle scented with vanilla, cinnamon or a hint of honey is a nice accompaniment for a dining room. Gourmand notes can create a romantic dining environment.
If you have taken up meditation or yoga, try an airy floral scent or an aquatic. You want something light and gentle to accompany your poses.
Don’t forget your closet. Woody aromas work very well as they discourage moths and keep clothing in good condition.
Lavender and green tea notes work beautifully in the bedroom as they encourage relaxation. These are the ideal scents to soothe you into a blissful sleep.