AN INTRO TO CULTI LUXURY HOME FRAGRANCES
When I won best newcomer at the Amara Interior Blogging awards a couple of years back (umm just a bit of bigging up of myself there) we had a Culti room spray in our winner's bag. One spritz and I was OBSESSED. In my opinion, Culti fragrances are some of the best on the market. I wanted to share with you how dope these fragrances are because trust me, you are missing out if you haven't at least tried them. Everyone I introduce them to loves them!
Born in 1990 by an Interior designer Alessandro Agrati, Culti were actually the first ever to create the stick diffuser which is so often seem nowadays. These home fragrances, to me, smell unlike anything else I've ever experienced. Some are familiar scents, some not so much, always sophisticated and if there can be such a thing, they make a subtle statement. I decided to shoot three images of my favourite Culti products.
The aromas are deep and rich. One spritz of the Meditteranea room spray lasts for hours as an immediate fragrance, and then even a few days later you will catch a soft waft as you move a cushion or pillow.
The L'oudness diffuser is softly masculine with a woody touch. Notes of bergamot, oud, incense. Perfect for an entryway where you will catch a light sense of the fragrance as you enter and leave your home. I love when guests arrive at my flat and say 'wow, it smells amazing in here!'
Culti's Ebano candle offers something a bit softer and mysterious, with notes of swiss pine. It's (to me) sweet but not sickly and feminine without being girly. Ideal for a bathroom or bedroom.
I really recommend you check out the Culti range, Amara have a great selection that you can shop. Prices start from £29 for a refill and if you're quick you can grab some Culti bits in the Amara sale!