The TV Basement of Jonet Candle by Lola James Harper
PATCHOULI / SANDALWOOD
Jonet is a friend of ours. She lives in Seattle/Washington state… We stayed a few days at hers, working on the new album of Call Box… She has a big house with a basement filled with old couches, old carpets and a big TV… We use to go down really late at night to watch action movies… It’s an amazing place… A smell of wood, dust and joy…
“As in music, a sum of notes makes a chord… a sum of chords creates the song… but none of notes is the song. So you may have some wood, some spices, some flowers…but the perfume is a combination. In music and in parfumerie, one plus one never make two". Rami Mekdachi
Each time you light up your favorite candle...
- This candle is made of hard wax. To allow the scent to perfume your space, we recommend to burn the candle 2 to 3 hours at a time. It will reduce the amount of wax left on the sides of the glass, and extend the life of your favorite candle. We recommend you to wait for the top layer of wax to be fully melted before you extinguish.
- After each use, always cut the wick for it to be no longer than 0,5 cm at all times - this will avoid black smoke and improve the scent diffusion.
- Light your candle wherever you want to go, wherever you love to travel, to fill the scent with your own memories.
A candle has that mystical vibe and spreads slowly and gently a scent while the room spray is so fresh and strong but for a few minutes… Combining the two is great… Spraying at first to fill the space with the scent and having the candle holding it for hours