Myrrh is a natural exudate or gum resin collected from Commiphora trees that inhabit the Horn of Africa and the Arabian peninsula.
The bedroom is a place of shelter and pause, a private sanctuary for relaxing and romance.
Scent can play a part in a well designed bedroom to enhance our experience and can be employed to reflect its role as a restorative space.
A member of the hardy Sage herbal family, clary sage is native to the Northern Mediterranean, growing both in the wild and cultivated.
The elegant cypress tree is an evergreen conifer, originating from the Eastern Mediterranean.
Open plan living spaces that contain a combined living, dining and kitchen area are a common feature of the modern house or apartment.
High up in the Atlas mountains spreading across Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia, forests of cedarwood Atlas trees grow yielding an essential oil from their highly aromatic hardwood.
The camphor or camphor laurel tree (Cinnamomum camphora) is native to China, Japan and Taiwan with botanically similar sub-species now growing in many other countries.
Limes were first cultivated more than 2,000 years BCE in tropical and subtropical regions of South East Asia and northern India, spreading west at the time of Alexander the Great.
The Origanum species of aromatic herbs are natives of the Mediterranean region, North Africa and Western Asia.
The living room or salon is the home's most expressive space, identifying who we are and providing comfort and relaxation for ourselves and the people we bring into our home.