SNÖ, Swedish for ‘snow’. Nature’s treasured light during the long dark months of a Scandinavian winter. A fresh, crisp and icily dry scent infused with a hint of winter berries and frozen timberwood.
The fragrance will scent a mid-sized room for up to 50 hours, and the painted glass votive glows colorfully when lit. Wash and re-use the glass votives for tealights.
FJORD, Norwegian. Coniferous forests, crashing waterfalls and abundant fruits magnify the...
SKOG [SKOWG], Norwegian/Swedish for 'forest'. Boreal forests cover half of...
JUL, Scandinavian for ‘Christmas’. Glowing windows in the darkness, generations gathered...