by Natasha Wolff | August 14, 2013 12:00 am
Finding the perfect scent for your home can be a daunting task. Where do you begin? Are sprays or candles better? What about diffusers? We help you sort through the best new options—below, five leading scents in luxe home fragrances.
Diptyque revolutionized the market last year with its hourglass diffuser (pictured right), which distills fragrance drop by drop to dissipate the aroma evenly. The brand added two new scents to the award-winning refillable diffuser, cult classics Figuer and Baies. Diffuser, $145; refills $50, diptyqueparis.com
D.L. & Co.’s sophisticated scents incorporate exotic combinations like passion fruit and black dahlia. Their diffuser collection is artfully packaged in a glass bottle to provide the utmost olfactory experience. Try their best-selling scent Angels Trumphet, a mix of delicate florals and earthly tones. Angels Trumphet diffuser, $110, dlcompany.com
Moroccanoil’s signature scent is based on the argan oil formulations that are at the core of their haircare and body products. The newest addition is an elegant candle (available in September), crafted in France, that aims to transport you to the Mediterranean with each use. Argan oil candle, $52, moroccanoil.com
Trust the oldest candlemaker in the world to bring you luxury and elegance. The Melchior candle from Cire Trudon ($98) combines citrus, jasmine and musk and is the perfect home accessory, thanks to an elaborate glass vase adorned with golden leaves. Cire Trudon Melchior Candle, $98, barneys.com 
For a fresh and sweet alternative try Jo Malone’s English Pear & Freesia home spray ($55). A hint of ripe pears mixed with a floral bouquet of white freesias and wild roses provide the perfect scent for any room. The collection also includes limited edition hanger and scent satchets for your closet. English Pear & Freesia Scent Surround Room Spray, $55, jomalone.com
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