Fall, glorious fall is on the horizon. I am currently pulling out my décor from last year and mixing those pieces in with new things. Although the official first day of fall isn’t for a few more weeks, I am slowly putting things in place in hopes that on the 23rd, the official first day of autumn I can reveal my fall home tour post. On a recent trip to Walmart I picked up a few items including a few new candles from the American Home™ by Yankee Candle® collection.
Fall and winter are two seasons where I am a little weird about making sure my house is cozy, and for me that includes the way it smells. Keeping in mind that some people have allergies etc. I try to keep the fragrances I choose light and seasonal. I decided to go with the Fresh Apple, Sunny Sands, and Fall Harvest candles. I found these items at the very front of the store as well as on the home and candle aisle.
There were a variety of cost friendly price options for the candles with the highest price coming in at $14.93 for the 19 oz Large round and apothecary jar options. The 12 oz candles also come in round and apothecary jar options priced at $10.93. The 4oz. tumbler candles, 2.6oz fragrance beads and 1.75 oz votive candles are priced $4.93, $3.43 and $1.43 respectively. For a listing of the American Home™ by Yankee Candle® collection visit here.
These candles are constructed of premium grade paraffin wax and contain lead free wicks for a clean, healthy burn. Also be mindful of children when placing candles. Be sure to keep them out of the reach of children and animals.
To keep with the color theme of the kitchen I used a little painters tape and paint to decorate the Fresh Apple candle for the kitchen.
I have tried to refrain from lighting them until the official first day of fall because I’m a little awkward like that. These American Home™ by Yankee Candle® collection are not just getting my house smelling right for the season but are serving as decor as well.
Have you gotten a jump on your fall décor? What are some of our favorite fragrances of the season?