This collection of captivating diffusers is crafted in England by skilled artisans. Each exquisite interior fragrance is housed within a mouthblown glass vase and will continuously pervade the air with statement scent.

Our diffuser reeds have been selected to work perfectly with the blend of rich fragrance oil and the natural glycerine base. We like to use natural materials wherever possible, and chose glycerine because it is a renewable source. Alongside being kind on the environment, glycerine supports and helps deliver the fragrance aroma while not impacting on the scent itself.

Enjoy a stylish diffuser that decorates the home while steadily infusing scent throughout interiors. Either a fragrance zone will be created in a larger space, or in a smaller room, lightly lingering scent will drift from wall to wall.


Follow these straightforward tips to get the best from your diffuser and to enjoy continuous, compelling scent within your home.

As soon as the reeds are placed into the fragrance oil they begin to absorb until fully saturated. At this point they will start to release aroma into the air and begin to fill the room with scent. To increase the intensity or refresh the scent, remove the reeds from the fragrance oil and turn them upside down so that the previously soaked ends are exposed to air. Use a paper towel to prevent your hands from touching the oil and a cloth to protect surfaces from any oil drops. You can increase the levels of fragrance diffusion by turning the reeds on a regular basis, for optimum levels turn once a week.

The lifespan of the fragrance oil will vary depending on the surrounding environmental conditions. To help prolong and keep the scent fresh and enticing, keep your diffuser away from sources of heat and do not place in direct sunlight.


Part of the beauty of a diffuser is that it can be left unattended for long periods of time and does not need much attention to perform perfectly. If used only as directed, diffusers can be safely enjoyed in the home.

Remember that the fragrance oil is a flammable liquid, so keep clear of sources of ignition and never attempt to light the reeds.

Consider where you first set up your diffuser, do not place directly on delicate surfaces such as those that are varnished or plastic, or may become damaged by fragrance oils. Make sure the diffuser is out of reach of children and pets.

Also be careful while you are handling the fragrance oil and avoid any contact with the skin or eyes. Should fragrance oil touch the skin, wash quickly with plenty of soap and water. If a skin irritation or rash occurs, seek medical attention and advice. If fragrance oil is swallowed, immediately seek medical advice and show the product packaging.