You are good if they are in their boxes. A lot of people store their fragrances in their boxes on top of a bureau or whatever, so they can have them out in the open where they can be seen and admired, but protected from light. A trick I remember one person doing, was they actually cut off the bottom of the box, so that its super easy to get at the bottle!Perhaps a silly question but I want to be 100% sure. Regarding light.... storing a fragrance in its cardboard box, the box the fragrance came in - that should be sufficient right? I don't -- for example -- have to store them in a dark cupboard if they are already stored in cardboard boxes (I keep mines in their boxes on a book shelf).
Also wondering this.where do i buy the small caps in various diameters? what should i call them to search on google?