7 cozy Vancouver candles made for sweater weather

Oct 2 2021, 10:03 pm

Take advantage fall’s coziness to treat yourself with a new candle that will add instant fall ambiance to any room, even if you’re still secretly missing summer.

Here are seven scent-sational makers pouring can’t-miss candles, and you won’t find won’t find pumpkin-spice anything on this list – just sophisticated scents to get you in the mood for fall.

Brand and Iron


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These sleek and stylish candles come in a range of comforting scents like Jasmine + Vetiver and Sweet Balsam that will instantly warm up a room with fragrance.

Canvas Candle Company

Canvas Candle has a new fall line in heavy glass containers with cork tops. Sniff their Nostalgia (vanilla, butterscotch, and nutmeg) and Farmhouse (hinoki, juniper, smoked amber) to bask in a fall scent scape.


For true candle addicts, Mala has a monthly candle subscription service so you’re never left in the dark. Their candles look like tiny paint cans and each one sold means another tree planted.

Vine & 7th


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Pick up one of their crackling wood wick candles to recreate the ambiance of a crackling fire in a miniature, apartment-friendly form.

You + Me


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Their eye-catching black glass candles come in scents like Enchanted Forest (rose, spruce, sandalwood) and Whiskey & Suede (spiced musk, cypress, tobacco) that are perfect for fall.

Sunday Soy Candle Co.


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Sunday Soy makes Vancouver candles in signature Asian scents. Their Boba candle smells exactly like a brown sugar milk tea and is perfect if you’re looking for something fresh this season.



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Homecoming makes beautiful spiced apple and cranberry candles in jars that smell like the best part of a Thanksgiving dinner.

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