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The French Garden Collection

Monet’s gardens in Giverny are timeless and intimately well known. The compositions of flowers, structures, and greenery are just as impressionistic as are his paintings. But none more famous than his water lily paintings. Thus, we thought it important to capture every part of his gardens in a scent; blending water, flowers, and greenery together.


By retracing our own experiences getting lost within the gardens in Giverny, we designed a complex scent using plant-based essential oils that includes Australian tea tree, Indian lemongrass, and Haitian vetiver so that we could encapsulate the colorful eclectic array of flowers, the famous bridge crossing water lily-studded waters, and the sweet smelling and aromatic herbage.


Each bath product in this series utilizes dried seasonal blooms and naturally derived micas to imbue them in blues and whites to nod to the whimsy of a changing garden through the seasons and to the starting point of what a blank canvas can become.


Come on a journey with us to Monet’s gardens in Giverny as we paint a scene using the scents of a painter’s inspiration.



"The smell is always intensely fresh, so true to the fresh plant. The lemongrass notes smell like pounded and chopped lemongrass."

-Melody H.

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All Giverny Products

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