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There are many reasons why people go gaga for candles, and as an interior designer, I'm one of the pack. Creating a space should be a feast for all of the senses, so don't overlook smell. Memories are sparked by scent, making aromas quintessential to creating atmosphere. But more than that, a scented candle is an invitation. Light one whenever you have guests over to welcome them with warmth and just the right ambience. You can use them as aromatherapy for everyone present: lavender calms, for example, while citrus inspires joy and happiness.
Threshold Mercury Glass Candle Luminous Apricot Pink, 15 oz
Below are some of Target's prettiest and most unique candles to usher in the Spring season with the smell of blossoms, herbs and sunshine you've been longing for all winter. So go ahead, splurge on a few to set the mood for your next dinner party, romantic evening or meditation. They start at just $5 and the options are super enticing...
The warm, sweet scent of apricot will infuse your space while this stunning mercury glass jar will add sparkle to your decor. Double wicked, this candle burns for 30 hours. A convenient lid keeps scent fresh and wicks safe.
This gem of an egg sets the mood for spring. A symbol of rebirth as we await nature to bear us flowers and fruit. Ideal for Easter, set some on your dining table or around the house while the scent of rose and birch water fill the air.
A blend of plum, clementine and peach is the perfect transition scent from winter to spring. Plus the pretty purple and pink floral pattern will cheer you with thoughts of the coming season for up to 40 hours.
Welcome spring with this adorable bunny candle. Not just for Easter, this little cutie is charming anytime! Bright notes of lemon flower and earthy sandalwood will please the senses. Repurpose the vessel when the candle is spent.
Created in conjunction with Magnolia, this speckled earthy ceramic with fluted design has become an objet d'art, as well as a candle. Herbaceous and floral, this candle would be perfect in the kitchen. Burns for 50 hours.
Beach scents are a relief after a long winter, and what better way to channel those coastal vibes than with this sea salt and sage scented candle. The price is right and it's plant based. Burns for 25 hours.
For the real candle connoisseur, this multi-wick will provide quite a display. Collaborated with Magnolia, this design boasts a raw ceramic vessel and contains the bright summery scents of grapefruit combined with fresh basil.
Under grey skies in Sydney's CBD, the careful delivery and unpacking of this year's entries for the Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prizes has begun.The loading dock of the Art Gallery of New South Wales buzzed with activity on Monday as artists and couriers dropped off the precious works selected for the 2023 competition.
A southern white rhinoceros born a week ago in Melbourne has died from internal injuries sustained after birth.The female calf died at Werribee Open Range Zoo on Saturday after suffering a neurological episode followed by cardiac arrest.
A young prisoner who helped lure another inmate to a garden before beating and stabbing the man with a dinner knife has had three years added to his sentence.Jack Hall, 23, faced the Supreme Court in Melbourne on Monday after pleading guilty to intentionally causing serious injury in circumstances of gross violence over an August 2020 jail bashing.
GREENS WIN CHANGES TO SAFEGUARD BILLLabor will get its signature climate policy through parliament after an agreement was struck with the Greens.* A ceiling on actual or absolute (gross) emissions, which won't be able to exceed current pollution levels of 140 million tonnes a year, and there will be a decreasing cap over time.
Copping a spray from Josh Schuster in Manly's tight loss to South Sydney has convinced Brad Parker the Sea Eagles have made the right call entrusting the youngster with the coveted five-eighth spot.But by his own admission, Schuster's best is yet to come as Manly target a resurgence under new coach Anthony Seibold.
Lawyers for the Victorian Government hauled in front of the state's truth-telling inquiry have apologised for not complying with Yoorrook Justice Commission orders to produce evidence.Georgia Coghlan, acting on behalf of the state government, acknowledged that her client had not met deadlines set by the Commission but said the sheer amount of work in a short amount of time had made it "practically impossible to achieve".
Port Adelaide captain Tom Jonas is imploring his team to be fast learners after being taught an AFL lesson by red-hot Collingwood.The Power, after beating Brisbane by 54 points in round one, were thrashed by 71 points by the Pies on Saturday with Jonas saying the result proved his side remain inconsistent.
Former Australian Taxation Office worker Richard Boyle has lost a bid to halt his criminal prosecution over allegedly releasing protected information.In a civil judgment handed down on Monday, South Australian District Court Judge Liesl Kudelka ruled against Boyle's claim that his actions were consistent with the Public Interest Disclosure Act rendering him immune from prosecution.
The Greens will support Labor's key climate policy, the safeguard mechanism bill, through parliament after striking a deal on coal and gas projects."With our significant amendments, the Greens will be voting to pass the bill and will back the regulations, but the fight against all new coal and gas continues," Greens leader Adam Bandt said on Monday.
9 million Australian and New Zealand driver licence numbers were stolen from its systems in the hack detected about a fortnight ago.In addition, 53,000 passport numbers were stolen and fewer than 100 customers had a monthly financial statement stolen, the consumer finance company told the ASX on Monday.
Asian shares followed US stock futures higher on Monday on hopes authorities were working to ring fence stress in the global banking system, even as the cost of insuring against default neared dangerous levels.Helping nerves were reports First Citizens BancShares Inc was in advanced talks to acquire Silicon Valley Bank from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Adelaide's senior core is being challenged by captain Jordan Dawson to show more leadership.The Crows are winless after two rounds with both losses punctuated by periods were Adelaide surrendered all momentum to their opponents.
Towering defender Harry Souttar will miss the Socceroos' second game against Ecuador after returning to England early to manage an ankle knock.Souttar, 24, was hurt late in Friday night's 3-1 win and fellow defender Bailey Wright will replace him in the heart of defence at Marvel Stadium on Tuesday night.
Struggling Canberra will be without attacking talisman Jack Wighton for at least two weeks after he was charged for dangerous contact in the wash-up from round four.In the second half of the Raiders' 24-14 loss to Newcastle, Wighton hit Jackson Hastings late after the Knights halfback put up a kick.
A Sydney jury has rejected a dentist's denials that he sexually assaulted his patients and only touched himself because of a medical condition.The jury heard during a trial that Bassem Magdy El-Badrawy Fouad molested five female patients, including a 15-year-old girl, at his two dental clinics in Mascot between 2015 and 2021.
Releasing solicitor-general advice on the Indigenous voice to parliament would break with long-standing legal practices, the attorney-general has warned.The federal opposition has called on the government to release the legal advice presented on the voice to parliament, following the announcement of the question that will be put to the public later this year at the referendum.
North Korea has fired two ballistic missiles into the sea off its east coast, South Korea's military says, the latest in a series of launches amid military drills by the United States and South Korea.Japan's Coast Guard said two projectiles believed to be North Korea-fired missiles fell in waters that were most likely landed outside Japan's exclusive economic zone, according to Japanese media.