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Orla Kiely Fragrance

Irish designer Orla Kiely is world renowned for her graphic and stylized motifs based on botanicals. Kiely describes her career as “a journey in pattern and color.”  Well known for her fashion and accessory line,  Orla Kiely is back at Art Effect this spring with a new collection of candles and home fragrance. We love the fresh scents and chic, gift worthy designs.


The Orla Kiely Fig Tree scent brings together all the elements of fig; from the leaf, the fruit and the wood, to create a scent that is both refreshing and enriching, with an earthiness that captures the essence of nature.The citrus top notes entwine with herbal lavender, which when combined with the fig and woody balsamic base, releases a distinctive, uplifting aroma. Shop it.



The Geranium and Myrrh candle and diffuser are decorated with Orla Kiely’s fun oval pattern in bright orange. This rich aromatic fragrance blends notes of earthy geranium with opulent myrrh, creating a scent that is truly comforting and warming.


Orla Kiely’s Earl Grey candles and diffusers blending the refreshing citrus notes of bergamot with smoky black tea, to capture the true essence and warmth of the classic flavor. With a graphic black print of the acorn pattern, these look great in any interior.


Orla Kiely’s Rhubarb candles and diffusers have the scent of freshly picked rhubarb, with all its earthy and sharp notes, blended with hints of Sicilian lemon. Printed with a bold pink daisy pattern these will add a pop of fun to any room. Shop it.






Obsessed: Kobo Candles

kobo candles


We are in LOVE with the gift worthy packaging and luscious scents of the Coterie collection from Kobo candles.  The graphic black and cream patterns are perfectly on trend for spring. Hand poured in New York using pure soy wax and cotton wicks, Kobo makes the cleanest burning and most planet friendly candles available. Packed complete with an extinguishing lid and a custom-designed box of wooden matches.

Brighten up your space with a new scented candle, it’s an easy way to revive your environment.

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