Scent diffuser typically British
Specially developed and typically British fragrances are the characteristics of the diffusers from the Scent collection of Tom Dixon . The fragrances reflect the character of the manufacturer and underline their personal design note. The diffusers are available with the fragrances London, Royalty and Orientalist.
London is the name of a copper diffuser that distributes the scent in the room through the black rattan. London captures the scent of red bricks, English parks and carpets of crocuses and nettles and combines it with the salty smell of the Thames in Dagenham.
Royalty smells of Tea Time with a teapot full of Earl Grey, scones, strawberry jam and the drive home in a '52 Bentley with grubby leather seats. The diffuser is made of glass and the housing of a nickel sheathing.
The fragrance Orientalist is reminiscent of the great British Empire and captures the faint memory of an Indian wedding with rose blossom garlands, smells of cinnamon sticks on market stalls and musky after a Chinese herbal market. The glass vessel is encased in a brass housing.
The housing of the diffuser and the fragrance are matched to each other and the fragrances are evenly distributed in the room via black rattan rods.