Everyone loves a good smelling home and I am no exception. I’m always in search of candles, air fresheners, diffusers and the such. I dread to think how much I’ve spent on home fragrance over the years but I hate it when my home is not smelling good. Thanks to the lovely folks at fragrance company Field Day, I have some new products to keep my house smelling fine this summer.
My aunt was actually the first person who introduced me to Field Day last year – back when the company was known as Bog Standard. She bought me a lovely little candle in the scent ‘Linen’. Fast forward to 2017 and Field Day have rebranded and are looking better than ever. Their packaging is prettier and more luxurious, and their line of products is growing. Alix Mulholland is the creative force behind the brand, which she started fifteen years ago. As a Northern Irish native, Alix draws inspiration from the beautiful Irish countryside.
I was kindly given a candle in the scent ‘Tea’, a diffuser in ‘Wild Rose’ and a hanging air freshner in ‘Linen’ – which I think I’ll put in the car. All the fragrances are strong and fresh smelling. How many times have you bought a candle or diffuser and been so disappointed it doesn’t give off more of a smell? They may smell good when you put your nose right up to them but then you can barely detect the smell it in the room. You won’t have this problem with Field Day.
Within seconds of unpackaging and setting up the diffuser in Rose’s room, her bedroom smelt divine. I’ve been moving the diffuser around all the rooms in my house to give it the same fresh flowery smell and the fragrance lingers even when I’ve taken it out of the room. With notes of tea rose, rose otto and plum, it’s honestly better than any artificial air freshner spray. The supreme quality of the diffuser scent can be attributed to Alix’s use of 30% fragrance and premium white fibre reeds.
I love giving candles and diffusers as presents and for me Field Day will be my go-to for gifts for the women in my life. Field Day products can be bought online and at various giftware stores, including Belfast City and Belfast International Aiports.