7 Pretty Fall Candles To Make Your Home Cozy

I don’t even understand why I love candles so much. I feel like I’m starting to collect them and always have them on hand when one runs out. I think it’s because they make my space feel like a home, literally have the ability to alter my mood, smell amazing and overall just make me a nicer person (jk! but not really….). They really are one of my favorite things to switch up with the change of the season and when I think of fall, I think of candles. Here are seven candles that will cozy up your space for the best season ever!

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Maison Louis Marie. I’ve talked about this candle so much lately, but it just smells so good and has the prettiest simplest design that will blend in with any space.

I am not above admitting my basicness and I am always down for a pumpkin spice anything really. This candle is housed in the cutest little ceramic jar, too!

I love all of the Boy Smells candles and how they mix the masculine and sweet scents. Also, the black and pink design is perfect to add a fall touch to any space.

This orange-and-clove-scented candle smells just like fall without being too sweet or overpowering.

This black waxed leather-scented candle by Malin + Goetz features the perfect combo of chic, moody and spooky vibes for Halloween and the fall season. Plus, everything this company makes smells so delicious.

All of these have quirky fun explanations for what they smell like and I think I need to order this one with the nod to Fleetwood Mac. The scent notes definitely hint at fall.

This Catbird candle is the perfect fall floral scent. With its cool label and black jar, it would look so pretty in any space.

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Find more fall inspiration with these posts next: Group Halloween Costumes Your Girl Gang Will LoveFall Street Style Outfits We Keep Re-Pinning and Bold Fall Brows We’re Diggin’ This Season

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Author: Evalyn Duke