History books tell us that the turning point in the cultural aspect of human evolution was the control of fire, approximately 1.7 to 0.2 million years ago. Fire provided our ancestors with a source of protection, improved hunting, a method for cooking food, and it brought us a means to stay warm.
Summer weather will make us smile and feel well. In winter when it's cold outside, a thick sweater or a cozy fireplace will have the same effect. Our primary need to survive in a world that isn't always kind, tells us that warmth is good for us. That's why we smile.
We want to furnish our house so that everyone feels welcome in it, but cool colors such as white, grey, blue, and green may make a space feel too cold. Red, orange, yellow, gold, caramel and chocolate do not only have the power of making what you wear more lively, but they can also turn your house into a home. Modern, minimalistic furniture can benefit much from one eye-catching statement piece in a darker shade. Lighting and accessories in the right tones will do the rest.
Nonetheless, after thorough redecoration, you may conclude that you have added all the necessary elements, and yet conclude that the picture still lacks something to become complete.
Jasmin, santal and lemon will transport you into a virtual oriental garden, while bergamot, orange and petitgrain will send you dreaming of California or Florida. You will automatically associate places where the sun is shining abundantly with the warmth they provide. The Hotel too has this effect, since generally, when you stay at a hotel, you'll be in a warm place. While you cannot see the power of the AromaTech warm essential oils collection, its effects are undoubtably there.