I arrived at the scented air diffuser revolution a bit late, but now I’m a convert. Fragrant, attractive, and more reliable than candles, these mood setters can really change the aura of your home or office.
San Francisco-based Agraria was one of the first companies to capitalize on the power of room scent. Thirty years ago, Henri Bendel greeted shoppers with the brand’s Bitter Orange potpourri. Bergdorf Goodman followed in 1985.
But environmental fragrance has greatly evolved since the seventies. The new Agraria AirEssence ($110) diffuses scent through charming looking flowers sitting in a short crystal base filled with essential oils.
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