Are you aquainted with a lovely fragrant vine called Stephanoitis? Well let me tell you, vines are wonderful, and flowering vines are wonderful, and flowering fragrant vines are the very best of all. Stephanoitis is often used in wedding bouquets on account of its sturdy and fragrant clusters of little blooms, and it can also be grown as a house plant! It is true, I have killed two large Stephanoitis vines in my container garden, as it really doesn't do well in cold weather, and so now I have learned my lesson, and even this little vine will be coming indoors come winter!
If you decide to give Stephanoitis a try, do exercise some patience, and do lower your expectations if you'd like to keep it as a houseplant as getting plants to bloom indoors does require lots of light and the right touch. I'd recommend putting your Stephanoitis vine outdoors after the last frost, and leaving it outdoors in a mostly shaded area all summer.
That is exactly what I've been doing, (though it was previously in a partly sunny spot, which is why some of the leaves have gotten sun burned) and my little plant is now blooming all over! Yippee!