Thursday, January 5, 2012

Scents and Sensibility…

This past holiday weekend, my husband and I had a wonderful time in Rehoboth, DE. We spent time with friends, walked on the beach and returned to Baltimore Avenue for some retail therapy.

As we returned to a favorite boutique of mine, Boxwood Home, I revisited a candle that I had fallen in love with the last time we were in town.

The "Fedora"
Created by PATCHNYC the “Fedora” candle is described as a most stylish fragrance reminiscent of a Circa 1920’s debonair gent strolling the countryside. Imbued with aromas of citrus, vetiver, nutmeg, and patchouli, it is a perfect scent for these dark winter nights.

If you’re in Rehoboth, stop by Boxwood Home and pick up the “Fedora” or any of the other PATCHNYC candles including the brisk pine scented “Stag” candle or shop their online store at Boxwood Home. Tell them The Domestic Dandy sent you!

For more information on the PATCHNYC designers, Don Carney and John Ross, go to!

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