In autumn, pumpkin muffins baking in the oven send spicy smells wafting through the air.
An orange/cinnamon Village candle on a front hall table greets everyone coming with a perfect combination of smells.
Clove-covered pomanders, formerly oranges, lemons, and grapefruits that are now all dried and fragrant, are heaped in a glass bowl, surrounded by autumn leaves, on the dining room table. Their spicy scent also reminds one of fall.
The first crackling fire in the fireplace sends off a pleasant, woodsy aroma. A few pine cones thrown onto the fire add to the ambiance.
Apple pie, turnovers, or apple betty baking all make luscious aromas in the home.
Hot chocolate bubbling on the stove and topped with marshmallows lends sweet smells as well as crisp apples in a wooden bowl on the kitchen table.
Mmmmmm. Autumn smells so good. With pretty leaf-covered leaves, bright pumpkin decor, and lots of amber colored glass, it's pretty to look at, too!
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