This season of renewal feels extra special this year after what we’ve all been through the last couple of springs. I love the idea of using scents around my home to help me with celebrating spring so I’ve stocked my nightstand with my current favorite spring fragrance!
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Home scents and fragrance in general are so important to me. I feel like the right scent can really set the tone in your home and for your day, as well as just really give you a sense of place and time when you use fragrance to remind you of the current season. This season feels extra special to me and I love the idea of celebrating spring just a little more than usual this year. After discovering Thymes Fragrances at Christmastime last year, I started to explore some of their other fragrance offerings and I just fell in love with the Goldleaf line. It’s really considered a year-round fragrance, but to me it’s just so perfectly “spring”.
I’ve stocked my nightstand with a few favorite essentials in this scent and it’s just so lovely to start and end my day with a reminder of the hopeful season that we’re in.
Goldleaf is a fragrance that’s been well-loved by many for decades, so it’s really stood the test of time, which you know I love. Definitely a perfect fragrance to give as a gift with Mother’s Day coming up.
With notes of smooth jasmine, sheer rose, heady hyacinth, creamy lily of the valley, and lavish oak moss it’s exactly the right scent to enjoy right from the start of spring and throughout the season as we build towards summer.
I so appreciate a simple, classic candle design that works well with any decor. I think I need 10 more of these to scatter all around the house. This candle scents the room beautifully even when it’s unlit and just creates the most nostalgic springy atmosphere!
Here are a few of my other favorites from the line:
Hand cream is something I need to have on my nightstand no matter what and Thymes is known for having some of the best, most effective hand creams. I love these cute little tubes. One for my nightstand and a smaller one for my bag when we’re on the road!
I decided to try the dusting powder this time, just to be a little extra fancy and because it seems to have a little bit of a cult following, judging by the reviews I’ve read about it. 🙂 Such a fun little luxury and a great way to feel extra clean and fresh after a shower with a light fragrance. I can see this becoming a summertime staple for sure.
For a bit of a variation, the Goldleaf Gardenia line is so beautiful if you love a classic gardenia scent. To me, it reads as a little bit of a modernized take on the Goldleaf fragrance. I’ve really enjoyed using my Frasier Fir lotion all winter long, so this Goldleaf Gardenia body creme has been the perfect spring update. You can find the body creme in the classic Goldleaf fragrance here as well.
I’ve loved my little nightstand upgrade. I can definitely see this becoming a bit of a seasonal tradition for me. Maybe Washed Linen for summer? Vanilla Blanc for fall? Starting and ending the day with a beautiful seasonal scent is just such a nice thing to do for yourself. The simple joys are the best ones, aren’t they?
Are you a big Thymes Fragrances fan like I am? Which scent is your favorite for springtime?
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Courtenay Hartford is the author of creeklinehouse.com, a blog based on her adventures renovating a 120-year-old farmhouse in rural Ontario, Canada. On her blog, Courtenay shares interior design tips based on her own farmhouse and her work as founder and stylist of the interior photography firm Art & Spaces. She also writes about her farmhouse garden, plant-based recipes, family travel, and homekeeping best practices. Courtenay is the author of the book The Cleaning Ninja and has been featured in numerous magazines including Country Sampler Farmhouse Style, Better Homes and Gardens, Parents Magazine, Real Simple, and Our Homes.