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    Interior Home Design Fragrance Pairing

    Choosing a scent online can be hard. But it doesn’t have to be. 

    We compiled a list of common home interior designs that work well with our most popular fragrances.

    Modern - Black Velvet

    • Neutral tones with pops of accent colors
    • Sleek surfaces like glass, chrome and metal
    • Minimal furniture and décor
    • Airy open spaces
    • Industrial touches
    • Cool atmosphere

    Eclectic - November Rain

    • Free spirited, colorful and fun
    • Blend of old and new styles
    • Detail-oriented patterns
    • Mix and match furniture
    • Cool atmosphere

    Traditional - Sweetest Taboo

    • Rich and luxurious woods
    • Classic American home styles popular in the 2000s
    • Warm atmosphere

    Art Deco - Mystify

    • Defined as a pastiche of styles brought on during the industrial revolution
    • Stylized and geometric forms
    • Decorative, extravagant style
    • Man-made materials 
    • Pop art influences
    • Cool atmosphere

    Farmhouse - 24K Magic

    • Simple and clean, yet rustic
    • Exposed raw wooden features
    • Open concept floor plan
    • Natural materials and cozy charm
    • Warm atmosphere

    Bohemian - My Way

    • A mix of different cultures, with Scandinavian and Middle-Eastern influences
    • Laid back and based off nature
    • Warm atmosphere

    Coastal - California Love

    • Bright whites and beige paired with hues of green and blue
    • Bright and breezy
    • Textures like wicker and jute
    • Cool atmosphere

    Hollywood Glam - Midnight in Paris

    • An extravagant mix of art deco and mid-century modern
    • High glamor décor and fixtures
    • High contrast color combinations
    • Chandeliers and mirrors
    • Cool atmosphere

    Southwestern - Desert Rose

    • Desert influences
    • Deep hues of rust, terracotta and cactus green
    • Warm atmosphere