Breathe Easy With These Ultra-Stylish Air Purifiers

Most air purifiers are clunky and you spend more time trying to hide them in your decor than show them off front and center.

But luckily for us, companies have gotten wind of the need for sleek, modern purifiers. Whether you’re in the market because of pollution, smoke, or just your own ability to burn toast every single time, these are the best air purifiers to keep your space breathable without making you want to shove them in a corner.

Evolution Air Purifier by Lightair

Lightair air purifier

If you’re a minimalist, the striking simplicity of Lightair’s Evolution model will fit right in with your home’s decor. With no costly filters to swap out, this Swedish purifier runs silently and uses minimal energy to do its job.

LG PuriCare Air Purifier Round Console

LG gold round air purifier

LG’s PuriCare purifier has is a conversation piece with some pretty impressive functionality to boot. A red, yellow, or green indicator light lets you know how polluted your indoor environment is, and a special “turbo mode” can tidy up your breathing space in a speedy 30 minutes if company is on their way over.

Alen BreatheSmart FIT50

Alen BreatheSmart FIT50 air purifier

This modest setup comes in a range of wood and metal-look finishes to blend in with the look of your space, be it a tiny studio or a sprawling estate. With a lifetime warranty and engineered with asthma sufferers in mind, this model is as powerful as it is easy on the eyes.

Rabbit Air MinusA2

Air purifier with Monet design

From Monet to Van Gogh to Hokusai, this is the purifier you want if you’re going for a front-and-center statement piece. The MinusA2 can stand on its own or be mounted to the wall and removes odors from smoke or cooking like a charm.

Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link™ Air Purifier Heater & Fan

Dyson Air purifier in blue

This is the gem that can do it all. Also serving as an efficient heater and fan, its air purifying function removes 99.97 percent of your space’s pollutants and allergens. It can also link up to a mobile app to let you know about changes in your air quality and comes with its own remote control.

Now that you have a few options to pick from, you probably already know which one will compliment your home aesthetic while keeping the air beautifully clear.


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