We were staying in a holiday home up in the Whitsunday Islands (in Australia). We have stayed there before and the bathroom and bedroom that I always stay in has a very distinct smell and I absolutely love it. I had noticed it the visit before but when we returned last time, when I walked into the room.... oh that smell... I said I have to find out what that smell is.
Now I am not a person that deals well with smells if they are overpowering. Sometimes I will walk into one of those soap shops or smelly shops that have incense everywhere and I just can't stay in there, they make me sneeze. Anyway this smell from the holiday home is not an overpowering smell, it is very subtle and it is just divine. Not too flowery and feminine and not too masculine. So I had to find out what it was and where it was coming from. In the bathroom in a corner on the counter I saw this really cute little square bottle, filled with shells and sticks coming out of it. It sat in front of this divine wooden box.
This is what it was, this is where the smell was coming from it was from Crabtree & Evelyn and was their India Hicks Island Living Casurina Fragrance Diffuser and it can be found at www.crabtree-evelyn.com.au
|Crabtree & Evelyn India Hicks Island Living Casurina Fragrance Diffuser|
Once we arrived home from our trip, I went into Crabtree & Evelyn to find one of these smelly things so that I could have this smell around my house. It was a little more expensive than I was expecting and I was thinking about getting just the refill bottle and new sticks set (which still looks cute) and having it in another type of bottle. But one of the things that I loved was the shape and style of the bottle and the cute shells in the bottom, so I decided to lash out and get it in the box. I will post a photo tomorrow.
My link is to the Australian Crabtree & Evelyn website, you can find the USA Crabtree and Evelyn site here and they do stock this diffuser and other products in this scents range.
This smell is something that always reminds us of our trips to the Whitsundays and I just love that!
Thanks for reading along and until next time....