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Aromas of the Season: Bring the Scent of Fall to your Sunroom


Fall is here, which means Halloween and Thanksgiving is right around the corner. Getting into these holiday spirits is crucial. Here we have given you some of the best aromas to light up your house or sunroom for the fall season.


Pumpkin
When people think fall the first thing that comes to mind is pumpkin. One aroma that will make any home smell immaculate is pumpkin. Pumpkin tends to have a softer scent but will definitely make your home smell like fall. The simplest way to get the pumpkin smell in your home is purchasing a pumpkin candle. This can be found at Bath and Body works or your local Home Goods. Another fun way to get this smell is by baking a pumpkin pie. This will allow the smell to linger throughout your home all day long.

Spicy Cinnamon
Another great fall smell is cinnamon. Cinnamon has a strong smell that will have your home smelling unbelievable. Some ways to get have this smell in your home besides a candle is by taking cinnamon sticks and leaving them open in a jar. The smell will overwhelm your house allowing the fall season to take over. Another way is like the pumpkin you can bake or cook with cinnamon flavor to allow smell to drift.

Crumbly Bonfires
Who doesn’t love the smell of a bonfire? Sitting outside with friends and family roasting marshmallows is a nice way to bring in the fall season. The smell of the bonfire will take over having your clothes smell like that crumbly fire. This smell is one people tend to love because it rings in the fall season as summer ends.


Roasted Coffee
The overwhelming smell of coffee is one many people enjoy. Waking up and having a fresh pot of coffee brewing is a sign of a good day. The coffee aroma will be one that will be around longer than just the fall season.


Creamy Milk Chocolate
That smooth chocolate smell is so inviting during fall time. When baking all your fall goodies to bring with you to parties the smell of rich milk chocolate melting is one everyone loves. Don’t worry if baking isn’t your thing, there are plenty of candle for purchase that are based off this concept.

Four Seasons Sunrooms and Windows offers free no obligation consultations, so contact us today! Let us know below which fall aroma is your favorite.


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