diptyque Paris was founded in 1961 by three friends who had been trained at the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris. In 1963 Diptyque started producing a series of scented candles which soon gained world-wide fame. Packaged in an art deco design with elegant lettering and stylish drawings, this design provides the unmistakable hallmark of diptyque home and personal fragrances.
An Elegant Home Fragrance
The home fragrance diffuser perfumes a room while adding decorative flair.
Its faceted oval glass vessel, in the emblematic shape of the Maison, creates a prismatic effect in which the fine rattan reeds appear multiplied. Glass, perfume and rattan become one, bringing a touch of poetry to any indoor space.
Designed to perfume large spaces, the diffuser is based on the capillary action of plants: the natural rattan reeds absorb the perfumed concentrate and diffuse the fresh, tangy notes of blackcurrants mixed with the flowery accents of rose.
Made to last, the diffuser can be endlessly refilled with any of the scents in the range.
When using the home fragrance diffuser for the first time, let the rattan reeds soak in the perfumed concentrate for 5 to 6 hours, then place them in the glass vessel, turning them over to begin diffusing the fragrance. You can repeat this action several times to reactivate the fragrance diffusion.
As the perfumed concentrate contains natural raw materials, its color may vary slightly over time without this affecting the fragrance.