How To Make Your Basement Studio Smell Like A Fancy Penthouse

In the way that you'll never really know what your own voice sounds like to other people, you can't ever fully gauge what your house smells like, either. After awhile, it just smells like home to you; only guests can pinpoint subtle notes of overripe fruit, hamster, Windex, or cat piss.
No one wants to live in a place that smells weird, and the fact that I can still remember the distinct and awful smell of my childhood neighbor's living room couch is why you, and all of us, need a diffuser. And I'm not talking about a tacky wall plug-in.
Ahead, six chic diffusers that will decorate your space, make it smell really, really expensive, and serve as the perfect gift for your friend with the stinky carpet.