Interior Designers and Home Stylists Use This Trick to Elevate Spaces

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Picture this: You're living in the beautiful home of your dreams, conceptualized by the design firm whose lead designer's style you're obsessed with. Its interior, illuminated by lights from Sol Luminaire and the LAB2.1; hardware, outfitted with the ones from Buster + Punch. What's next? Scenting the environment – a trick used by home stylists to amplify the design of a space. Scent activates a response no other sensory stimulus can and Vivian Chung of Singapore-based lifestyle brand Artisan of Sense knows just that. Founded in 2017, Vivian launched her brand with the belief of creating healing environments through scent and beauty. Inspired by Earth’s natural surroundings, this local label formulate fragrances by mixing therapeutic grade essential oils from plants. The result – unique scents that are woody, citrusy and evocative that evokes element of interiors and uplift spaces.

The brand's clean and refined vessels makes a home while providing uplifting scents for your home.

These artisanal handcrafted candles are made with eco-friendly soy wax and lead-free cotton wicks, then hand-poured in small batches. The burn produces lesser soot than tradition paraffin candles.

Envelop your surroundings in the soothing mesmeric Sandalwood scent from the reed sticks, soaked in the natural essential oils.

Reed diffusers work for common spaces like the living room area. We recommend the brand's Sandalwood Lime Reed Diffuser. Sandalwood is a deep, woody scent and often smells like a mix of floral, rich, balsamic, soft and sweet accents.

These FDA-certified room sprays filled with aromatic creations can be used as an air freshener, body mist and linen spray.

Artisan of Sense's Wild Fig Clay Diffuser is a good addition to drawer, bathroom or constraint spaces. Love the scent too much? You can even put it in your car to smell fresh on the go.

Artisan of Sense products are priced from SGD$25+. Browse the entire collection here.

In line with the Circuit Breaker measures implemented by the authorities to curb the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, Sol Luminaire and the LAB2.1 gallery will be closed from 07 April 2020 until further notice. We remain committed to serve and assist you through digital means.