Be careful with burning candles, especially if you have children in the house – never leave a burning candle unattended. You can also use LED lights instead just to be safer.
Don’t combine too many different scented candles in one room as it can be too overwhelming and some scents won’t mix well.
While this list recommends certain scents for each room, you can also have fun playing around with seasonal scents like pumpkin spice in the fall, gingerbread and peppermint during Christmas, and more.
When it comes to using light in the kitchen, it’s best to match your color scheme and room decor style. For example, if you have a rustic kitchen, put candles inside lanterns and place them on the table or on the kitchen island.
Use decorative candle holders to match the colors of your kitchen. If you have limited counter space, use smaller candles scattered throughout. That way, you can still put fresh scents in your kitchen without taking up too much space.
You can even choose a hanging light fixture in your kitchen. This can be displayed over your kitchen table or island to brighten up the room.