How the Keys Soulcare team fills their spaces with comfort, chill — and a healthy dose of “cool factor” — on the regular.
– KEYS SOULCARE
We’re firm believers that “beauty” spans the range of each of our senses — and that engaging them with love and intention (and even a little indulgence) is a surefire way to keep the good vibes alive. So, why would our homes be any different?
Here’s how our team is inviting good energy and a sense of self into their spaces this season.
“I surround myself with greenery! Hanging plants, potted plants and a cactus here and there — it helps to take a minute and look away from my laptop to see a spot of nature in my environment.” — Margit, Editorial Director
“Definitely candles. While it’s hard to be objective, the Sage + Oat Milk Candle is absolutely divine. It’s such a warm, cozy scent — not too overpowering. My mother-in-law and sisters-in-law turned me on to diffusers and essential oils several years ago. I always have lavender or something low-key going on, especially after making dinner when I want to clear the air of cooking smells!” — Robin, VP of Strategy
“Aircare has always been a big one for me. I love playing with scents, sounds, and even lighting to make my space more inviting. During the day, I light dragon’s blood incense, various candles, and my palo santo stick when needed. My nighttime ritual is to light a seasonal candle, turn on my white noise machine, and ask Alexa to play rain sounds.” — Justin, Social Media Strategist
“Now that I’m working from home, I’ve found that ambient music has such an effect on my energy. The Calm app, Spotify, as well as a little Alicia and India Arie help me stay in flow when I’m writing, concepting, or taking a few minutes away from the screen.” — Tiffany, Content Director
“I always make sure I have a window cracked this time of year to bring in some fresh, cool air, and then I balance it by lighting a warm-scented candle on my desk. If I really need to focus, I’ll throw on some jazz music in the background. It’s surprisingly relaxing and creates a warm, comforting atmosphere!” — Nicole, Designer
“I always have a vinyl record playing during dinner to bring chill sounds and set the mood. Filling my home with the scent of delicious food always makes me feel comfy.” — Cameron, Creative Director
“George Harrison, Stevie Wonder, and (as always) Solange keep my home feeling peaceful and vibey. I also always have a candle lit. I’ve been alternating between our own Sage + Oat Milk Candle and Homesick’s Los Angeles Candle. It’s right about this time of year when I’m missing my sunny home and family!” — Ari, Account Manager
“I love making my home feel warm and cozy this time of year. For me, this means diffusers in the rooms, fresh flowers and greenery, candles at night, and putting on some music or a podcast while I cook.” — Jocelyn, Creative Director
How are you caring for your environment and personal spaces this season? Read any tips you’re excited to put into practice? Let us know in the comments!