No, not really. as much as I enjoy fragrances, I do not want a cerebral overload or to keep smelling the same scent in the air over and over again. I believe that nose fatigue is a good thing.
I posted this a while back. IMO, other senses are less prone to fatigue because they are more dynamic. A sound starts and ends in milliseconds. You can move your eyes just a milimeter and the image you are watching changes. But when the whole office (20 x 20 feet) smells like darn D&G PH for an entire day because my coworker does not know how to use fragrance... then yeah I become nose-blind.