DayNa Decker is both innovative and trendsetting while creating eco-friendly yet stylish products. A powerful combination of skills and design. She invented the Luminesse Sculpture (shown above) that uses 100% pure plant derived fragranced lamp oil - a first of its kind. She also uses an EcoWood Wick in her chandel that burns clean and creates a soothing crackling sound as it burns.
Diffusers have been a major trend in the home fragrance industry over the last few years. They typically use a decorative vase filled with fragrance oil and bamboo reeds to absorb and diffuse the scent creating a constant fragrance. Some diffusers use ceramic pieces or wood block for diffusion. Other options for constant fragrance are ceramic potpourri or scented rocks.
If you were to invent a stylish product for constant home fragrance,
what would you create?
what would you create?
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How about a decorative sculpture or nic nac that is made of a material like the scented rocks?ReplyDelete
I like the idea of scented curly willow branches that I could prop in a large urn. No one would know where the gorgeous fragrance was coming from!!! valhoff 3 at yahoo dot comReplyDelete
Decorative scented tissue box covers!! Perfect for the bathroom.ReplyDelete
Scented nightlights! Small enough to be subtle. But not the chessy plastic ugly ones. Beautiful glass ones.ReplyDelete
Scented decorative tabs to go on the ends of ceiling fan blades. They could color coordinate or blend to be invisible and would gently release fragrance as the fan blades went 'round.ReplyDelete
A spray for light bulbs or fixtures and the back sides of curtains that would be triggered by the warmth of a light bulb or sunlight. It would be fabric friendly and would not mess up the light fixtures. Aahhh to dream.ReplyDelete
I would love to tie a little fragrance releasingReplyDelete
jeweled collar on the end of my cats' tails (so the fragrance doesn't irritate them, of course). They run around the house like crazy men, so there would surely be constant fragrance when they get what I like to call "puppy power," a surge of energy to results in running in around every inch of the house. That would be functional :)
A diffuser for the top of lightbulbs that perfumes the air as you read !ReplyDelete
A relaxing fountain or some type of tabletop water feature that produced a nice aroma.ReplyDelete
I'd make a calendar that fragrances the home. Then the scent changes every month :)ReplyDelete
I would make scented hanger for my closet. Really nicely fragranced padding on the hangers that would keep the clothes smelling fresh and beautiful. :)ReplyDelete
A TV remote that let out scent every time you use it! Thanks to my husband, my house would constantly smell good! lolReplyDelete
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I love Ashley S' idea of a scented calender -- that would be great and I second it!! but i'd also like something that would scent the exhaust fan in the kitchen for afterward when we cook yummy but smelly foods... ty for the chance!ReplyDelete
Wind chimes made from strips (maybe 1" wide and of varying lengths) of unglazed pottery or terra cotta which have been either sprinkled with straight fragrance/essential oils or saturated with diluted oils, (e.g., reed-diffuser refill oils) and hung inside an open window. Multi-sensory (sound, scent, sight) input.ReplyDelete
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Fun to see the answers! Some of these things do exist! The scent diffusers for light bulbs and exhaust fans - I have tried both :-)ReplyDelete