10 best reed diffusers
It may be humid and sticky outside but keep your rooms smelling summery and fresh with one of these subtle but distinctive home fragrances that’ll last you months
Yes, it is possible to disguise those household odours without reaching for a chemical-packed spray that makes everything smell like carpet. Reed diffusers are now a must-have home accessory for a reason. They look great, most of them are formulated using natural ingredients, and they give off subtle scents that don’t smack you in the face the second you walk through to door. We’ve tried them in our homes to bring you some of the best out there – from M&S’s deceptively inexpensive version up to Cochine’s luxe diffusers, there’s a home scent for every budget.
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NEOM products have a loyal fan base for a reason. They aren’t the cheapest on the market, but they are among the most luxurious, and in terms of aromatherapy, the Tranquillity diffuser is among the most effective we’ve tried. Those looking to inject some serious style into a living space should opt for Dr Vranjes’ apothecary-style glass or Emma Bridgewater’s milk bottle Tea and Oranges design. A special mention also goes to Marks & Spencer, for their brilliantly priced, but gorgeously-packaged Global Escape diffuser.
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