What have you been up to lately ?
That’s what many people ask when they haven’t heard from you in a while. Being a creative and juggling everyday life cannot be as easy as we’d like but we keep pushing forward!
Thanks to the pandemic we had time to see how we could self-improve. As for myself, after my deserved mental break, I decided to look at different courses to further educate myself in areas I thought I was lacking in.
Most close friends know that when I keep quiet I am working on a new project, let’s not prove them wrong!
I had been experimenting for a couple of years with home fragrance but I decided to get serious as this was something I always wanted to add to my brand with scents that have inspired me from my very colourful childhood in Greece.
So the journey began with a few scents using fragrance oils and others on our Countryside Collection made with essential oils. All are made by yours truly and I’ve tried them all before putting them out there to make sure they fill your space with a wonderful scent.
I cannot really pick a favourite scent as they all have something I like, the Morning Zest has a citrusy scent with the zingy pink grapefruit so fresh that it puts a smile on your face when you enter the room. Rose Vida reminds me of a rose garden as spring approaches. Eastern D’Light has a woody aroma and fresh layers of citrus fruit.
In the Countryside Collection, Lavender & Eucalyptus needs no persuasion, it is calming and cleansing. Orange, Lime & Eucalyptus brings out a freshness and sweetness from the lime. Rosemary, Lavender, Peppermint & Spearmint arose from my desire to make a seaside scent. When you open it everybody can smell the scents in a different order as we are all individual, it is definitely fresh with depth. When I took the pictures I was spending time with my family in Greece and saw we had a few Rosemary bushes and when they blossomed the flowers were so beautiful. It also it makes a very fragrant tea which we might get to incorporate it in the future with a blend of other herbs – stay tuned !
Thanks for taking time to read and get to know a bit more about creating of this piece of the puzzle