Personalize the olfactory well-being of your home:
History: The Lampe Berger was created in 1898 to purify the air in hospital wards. The French began to stylize the lampe berger into chic accessories in the 1930s, making them collectors items. They come in many different styles and make beautiful table top accessories. Jean Cocteau and Pablo Picasso were the first “well-known people” to appreciate lampe bergers.
To this day, lampe bergers are used to eliminate unwanted odors and to purify the air. The refill liquids come in a wide range of fragrances to make a room smell instantly wonderful while killing airborne pathogens or odors. They also offer a pleasant way to promote wellness if somebody in the house gets sick.
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Do already you have lampe bergers in your home? If so, please comment and share your fragrance recommendations or any lampe berger pointers you might have.
great idea! I didn’t know about these. I love that Picasso appreciated them. That says a lot!
Albertina- you would love these! Pretty amazing, like you say, about the famous creative minds linked to them, and that they have been around since WW1. We swear by them around here, esp during flu season. They even make a mosquito repellent for outdoor use.
These are so beautiful – what a simple way to make a room look (and smell) a little nicer!
So true, Kristin! Adding a great scent heightens the experience of a beautiful room. Tks for your comment, have a great day.
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