Last June I reviewed Candle Warmers, Etc.’s Contempo Candle Warmer Lamp and I have honestly used it almost every day. I love the soft glow it gives the kitchen at night and I love that I don’t have to worry about a lit candle in a home with little ones. I’ve had to replace the bulb once, and I chalk that up to the move last August. Seriously, this little candle warmer is awesome!
When Candle Warmers, Etc. wanted to send me their new Plug-In Fragrance Warmer to review, I was more than happy to give it a test run. This little warmer is “designed to warm scented oils and wax creating the glow and ambiance of a burning candle. ...” Its size makes it perfect for small rooms and small spaces, but I had a hard time putting it in a bathroom because I was worried it would be too easy for the kids to bump or unplug. Instead I put it in the kitchen, at least for the test run. You can see it post-warming (above left) and all lit up and liquefying wax melts (below):
(Yes, I own quite a few cutting boards; believe it or not, I use them all!) After a couple weeks of clicking this baby on and off, here’s my opinion: I love the decorative look and artsy feel of this plug-in versus other ones you’ll find in my home for sure, but the openness of the melted wax makes me hesitant to put it anywhere other than my kitchen, unless an outlet is safe out of my children’s reach. So for me the Plug-In Fragrance Warmer is a bit limiting, but if you want a more beautiful, unique option to those “other” plug-in fragrances, it’s definitely the way to go. Oh, and if you have limited counter space but want a little mood lighting and a little fragrance, the Plug-In Fragrance Warmer is a great option!
We’re well into wedding season, and if you’re not a fan of the whole registered-at-Target thing, I’d consider a candle warmer from Candle Warmers, Etc. The Plug-in Fragrance Warmer may not be as flashy as a new set of pots and pans but it is a lot more budget friendly. And what newlywed couple doesn’t want their 200-square-foot studio apartment smelling good?—Emily