The Dapper Chapper’s top five home fragrances

By Adam Tuesday 16th Feb, 2016

For perfecting that first impression, a carefully selected home fragrance is an absolute must. The sense of smell is a powerful trigger of emotions and memories, and there are now more ways than ever to add scent to your home. We’ve selected five that are sure to ensnare all the right senses.

Floris London Sandalwood & Patchouli Room Fragrance – £25.00



Floris London’s room spray is a simple way to instantly lift your environment. Its lingering woody oriental scent blends bergamot and orange, heart of rose and jasmine with cinnamon and clove spices and base notes of patchouli and sandalwood.

Molton Brown Mulberry & Thyme Aroma Reed Diffuser – £39


Molton Brown’s Mulberry & Thyme Aroma Reed Diffuser blends exotic mimosa with English country garden scents of thyme, basil and rose absolute for a distinctive fragrance. The elegant glass jar and natural reeds look more expensive than they are, and the oil-based scent is one of the longest lasting out there.

True Grace Sacristy Diffuser – £48

 This rich perfume, in its smoked apothecary bottle, shrouds you in a world of wooden paneling, leather-bound books and the quest for knowledge; an essential for the library or study in a period house or apartment.

Tom Dixon Scent Earth Diffuser – £85

For a truly bold scent Tom Dixon’s Earth Diffuser combines mint, cedar and guaiac wood, gently diffused through charcoal to create a mossy freshness. Presented in a mouth-blown black glass vessel with gold lettering, it is a feast for the eyes too.

Diptyque Ginger Hourglass Diffuser – £100




Taking inspiration from the spice markets along the misty waters of the Mekong River, Diptyque’s Ginger Hourglass Diffuser has quite literally turned the world of home fragrance upside down. With a central wick that delivers pure notes of freshly cut ginger for up to two and a half months, this quirky fragrance is sure to be a talking point.