RPL Maison

Room Spray Jacinthe de Bois

Let yourself get lost in a lush, plush green landscape filled with light petals of hyacinth and lily of the valley. This room spray will take you there. To a dreamy scenario where freesia is everywhere you look. Jasmine joins with mandarin bringing echoes of Asia. Culminating in a musky cedar signalling the forest nearby.

Availability: In stock

€45.00

Description

Let yourself get lost in a lush, plush green landscape filled with light petals of hyacinth and lily of the valley. This room spray will take you there. To a dreamy scenario where freesia is everywhere you look. Jasmine joins with mandarin bringing echoes of Asia. Culminating in a musky cedar signalling the forest nearby.

Details

Details

Let yourself get lost in a lush, plush green landscape filled with light petals of hyacinth and lily of the valley. This room spray will take you there. To a dreamy scenario where freesia is everywhere you look. Jasmine joins with mandarin bringing echoes of Asia. Culminating in a musky cedar signalling the forest nearby.

Brand

RPL Maison’s founder Rupert Peter Landendinger grew up in a Bavarian countryside manor house before travelling the globe. It was during his vast travels that Rupert spent time sourcing local aromas to use as inspiration in developing his newly launched range of home scents. Each fragrance tells a story and evokes a mood… trips to the Amalfi coast in early Summer attracted him to Sorrento figs, frequent visits to the Grand Bazaar in Istanbul moved him to create an Ottoman-inspired home scent and Asia, with jasmine as a predominant floral fragrance, inspired floral notes.

  • Size :  100ml

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