While the main purpose of perfume is to offer us a refreshing spritz and a heavenly scent, collecting beautiful fragrance bottles is always a delightful way to decorate your home. For all the beauty-obsessed décor addicts who are searching for a new way to accessorize a vanity, living room mantelpiece or windowsill, here are a few dainty bottles to pick up this spring.
1) Lancôme Trésor La Nuit Eau de Parfum Spray, $72: This stunning bottle by Lancôme owes its alluring shape to the original 1952 Trésor diamond, which has inspired its design. With a faint pink hue and a black rose bow made of satin, the feminine colour scheme is enough to make this bottle a true keeper.
2) Juicy Couture Viva La Juicy, $84: Although this eau de parfum may be a modern scent with notes of wild berries and mandarin, the bottle itself looks like a classic collectible. The shiny gold Juicy Couture charm, ladylike pink bow and detailed golden bottle are sure to add girlish detail to any unadorned surface in your home.
3) Anna Sui La Nuit de Boheme Gold Edition Eau de Toilette, $88: Anna Sui’s latest evening fragrance is a radiant sight, with its gleaming gold bottle decorated with lavish roses and topped with a delicate butterfly. If you want to embrace metallic charm, this perfume bottle makes a splash with its shimmer and shine.
4) Versace ‘Bright Crystal’ Eau de Toilette, $94: The large statement crystal and light pink bottle have pretty much made this signature Versace bottle symbolic. If you’re looking to brighten up a dull room, the shining jewel-cut bottle may be a décor solution.
5) Marc Jacobs ‘Daisy Dream’ Eau de Toilette Spray, $102: Designer Marc Jacobs has become famous for his signature playful daisy, which has decorated all of his appropriately titled fragrances. With its pastel blue shade and white and gold florals, this modern bottle definitely brings spring days to mind.
6) Chloé Eau de Parfum, $110: The pale pink and silver colour scheme of this eau de parfum makes it worth displaying the bottle, once you’ve drained the last drops of the floral fragrance. The bottle is inspired by designer label Chloé’s runway looks, which are generally floaty and ladylike. We love the sweet pink bow, which offers a fresh springtime décor look.
7) Chanel N°5 Eau Première Spray, $134: The classic Chanel N°5 fragrance is housed in a fuss-free, simplistic bottle which has quickly become as iconic as the perfume. With the scent launched by Coco Chanel in 1921, it’s safe to say that Chanel N°5 has gone down in fragrance history. For minimalist décor addicts, the transparent and timeless bottle can bring a touch of Chanel style to your space.