How to Style A Diffuser Based on Different Architectural Styles
Essential oil diffusers have become increasingly popular over the years, and it's easy to see why. They not only improve the air quality of your space but can also create a relaxing and inviting atmosphere. However, when it comes to incorporating an aesthetic diffuser into your home's architectural style, it can be a bit tricky. In this blog post, we'll be discussing how to best integrate an aesthetic diffuser into different architectural styles.
Modern architecture is characterized by its clean lines, minimalism, and use of materials such as glass, concrete, and steel. When incorporating a diffuser into a modern space, you want to stick to sleek and simple designs. Might we suggest our Matcha Aero SM? (P.S.: it's sold out twice... so get it while you can!)
Traditional architecture is known for its ornate detailing, classic lines, and rich materials such as wood and marble. A diffuser with intricate detailing, such as our Onyx Soni SM, would fit seamlessly into a traditional space.
Rustic architecture is characterized by its use of natural materials such as stone and wood, creating a cozy and warm atmosphere. When it comes to integrating a diffuser into a rustic space, it's best to go for our Praline Soni SM. These diffusers can add an earthy feel to a space, making it feel more connected to nature.
Industrial architecture is known for its use of exposed brick, concrete, and metal, creating a raw and edgy aesthetic. When incorporating a diffuser into an industrial space, you want to go for a diffuser like the Slate Soni or Aero SM; they can easily add a touch of sophistication to an industrial space.
Coastal architecture is characterized by its light and airy feel, with lots of natural light and the use of light-colored materials such as white or pastel shades. When incorporating a diffuser into a coastal space, you want to go for the Sand Grey Aero SM that matches the light and airy feel of the room.
In conclusion, when integrating an aesthetic diffuser into different architectural styles, it's important to consider the overall vibe and feel of the space. By keeping in mind the materials, finishes, and colors that are common in each style, you can seamlessly integrate a diffuser into any room.