Skandinavisk Escapes Scent Diffuser
From Skandinavisk's luxurious "Escapes" collection. Echoing the role of the flower vase in the home, of bringing nature indoors, and of reusability. Mouth-blown, decorated glass vase with a blend of perfume and natural alcohol for improved fragrance diffusion. Fragrance is contained inside a sealed refill bottle. Box includes 3 thick reed sticks.
Insert all 3 reeds and rotate the reeds weekly for the full fragrance effect. Will scent a mid- to large-sized room for 4+ months. When the perfume has evaporated, wash the glass vase in warm, soapy water and leave to dry. Re-use as a flower vase for single stems, wild flowers, or small bouquets.
Weight 300 ml / 10.1 fl. oz
Diameter 8 cm / 3.14 in
Height 11,5 cm / 4,52 in
HEIA Norwegian for ‘heathland’. Heather & thyme, bearberry & leaf sap. The rough, exposed terrain in the higher altitude fells of Norway and Sweden offers a colourful home to hardy shrubs, wild herbs and berries, and fragrant hills of heather.
ROSENHAVE, Danish for ‘rose garden’. Alba rose & elderflower, blackcurrant buds & lily of the valley. Nordic rose gardens are precious places, exposed to the raw climate only the hardiest varieties, and most careful owners, can expect their fragile fragrance blushes to survive and prosper after the long, frozen winters.
LYSNING, Danish for ‘forest glade’. Mosses & lichens, pine needles & cloudberry. The dense boreal forest canopy occasionally reveals glades and clearings, hidden escapes where the sunlight touches the ground and the flora responds in abundance.
About The Designer
The essence of the Scandinavian way of life is found in life’s small moments; the cycle ride to work, the joy of endless summer days, the raw nature and the priority of family over career.
“And we believe the absolute essence of Scandinavian lifestyle is right here - in the colour, scent, light and warmth of a flickering candle flame and a glow that not only burrows deep through the wax, but one which nourishes the soul too.” After all, Scandinavians use more candles than any other nation in the world. They use them morning, noon and night, twelve months a year. Because they know that a candle makes any moment softer, more informal, and a bit cozier.