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Trend We Love: Modern Scent Diffusers

Move over standard-issue candle—there's a cooler way to bring fragrance into your home

Clockwise from top left: essential oil burner: $147; Page Thirty Three; Elements glass scent diffuser in Air by Tom Dixon: $115, Lumens; incense holder by The Object Enthusiast: $25, Etsy; Nebula scent diffuser: price upon request, Studio WM; Censer insense and candle holder: $820, Apparatus Studio; Machu incense burner by In.Sek Design: $16, Etsy
Clockwise from top left: essential oil burner: $147; Page Thirty Three; Elements glass scent diffuser in Air by Tom Dixon: $115, Lumens; incense holder by The Object Enthusiast: $25, Etsy; Nebula scent diffuser: price upon request, Studio WM; Censer insense and candle holder: $820, Apparatus Studio; Machu incense burner by In.Sek Design: $16, Etsy

Standard-issue candles and reed-and-oil diffusers have found their match. With this new batch of scent diffusers and incense holders—made with materials like charcoal, waxed brass, and hand-carved porcelain—bringing fragrance into your home has never looked so cool. 

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