In the modern world, we perceive the world mainly through our eyes and ears, and in fact, the sense of smell is now repressed and controlled in a way that nature never intended. Just think about the way we try to mask any smells in daily life that we feel are unpleasant and unsociable by using deodorants and air-fresheners. Smell is still very important to us, except now we seem to have become tolerant of only pleasant odors.
The fragrance of aromatherapy can change the environment by heightening our mood and senses. The burning of aroma oil is one of the elements for enhancing the atmosphere, which can alleviate sadness, stress, physical fatigue.
This aroma oil burner in an oval shape stove takes a modern shape that is painted with unique Thai designs. It is contemporary and exotic.
PhumKaoBin design is a traditional unique Thai of geometric repetitive trellis or lattice patterns resembles motifs of ears of paddy and tropical leaves in angular gold lines which are quite similar to the pattern on textiles. This pattern is over 150 years old and was originally reserved for the Royal Court, so it is very much a Thai emblem and popular amongst Thais because it is skillfully reproduced by artisans who paint the pattern correctly and delicately according to Thai art.
This pattern is influenced from “Paddy” which is regarded as an economical plant and, was for a long time, a staple food of Thailand. It is one that is used in religious ceremonies which means exuberant life. The paddies are gathered up by hand to form a high bush which gives its unique shape. It gained popularity and to this very day is used in all forms of Thai art, architecture, sculpture, and painting.