Amora Scent Hub
Amora Scent Hub

Secretly, I have wanted one of these for a very long time! Even more secretly, I think if you’re going for a steamy style ornament, you should probably go large like this:

mist waterfall

If there are dragons, better still. But, I’ve reigned in my desires and opted for the discreet little Amora Scent Hub and I’m thrilled to have it!

Amora Scent Hub
Amora Scent Hub

As you can see, it’s properly steamy, too. The first thing is to choose your aromatherapy oils wisely – I made the mistake of choosing one with sage in it (for clarity of mind…ha!) and spent the whole day thinking of a chicken dinner. Today, I’m on Energise with grapefruit and ginger and it’s gorgeous. These little steam hubs are very effective at diffusing the fragrances; mine’s running in the kitchen and I can smell it easily from the next room, but you can, of course, vary the amount of aromatherapy oils that you add.

Basically the Amora Scent Hub transforms water into a fine mist that acts as both humidifier and ioniser; it’s really up to you if you want to turn it into a scented experience or not, but if you love a fragranced candle, and home fragrancing in general, then you’ll probably love this. In terms of aesthetics – well, it was the least intrusive one I could find but there’s a bit of an issue with a very long wire that’s almost impossible to hide and that’s the only element that I don’t really like. That wire is not pretty.

Amora Scent Hub
Amora Scent Hub

Scent hubs are associated with aromatherapy oils, but if they’re not your thing, and you’re more of a Jo Malone room fragrance kind of person, there’s nothing to stop you putting a few drops of your favourite bath oil in it. I’ve still got a lot of experimenting to do with the Amora Scent Hub in terms of what fragrances I want to diffuse – I’m finding that relying on aromatherapy oils alone is a bit too ‘spa’ for me and I want something more lively. As soon as Jo Loves makes a Pomelo oil, you know what my home will smell like forever!

The Amora Scent Hub in Terra (the one above) is £55 at Ashleigh & Burwood HERE which I think is rather expensive, and if I’m honest they didn’t have one that fitted my home aesthetic perfectly (a grey glass cube would be nice) but the novelty has yet to wear off and I’m genuinely enjoying using this.

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