Imagine that you walk in your house and a light fragrance lingers around the air while you step in the house and breathe it all in.
Isn’t it amazing when your house smells fresh and nice?
I’m sure that you must have been to a friend’s house where they had a beautiful smell that just blended with the air finely to give you a wonderful experience. But you kept questioning yourself if it was their perfume or the room freshener or the fresh flowers?
Think no more! Having a subtle fragrance in your house isn’t as magical as it seems. There are some simple and natural ways to make your home smell amazing.
Cinnamon and Honey Beeswax Candles
There is a gamut of scented candles which you can use to add a nice fragrance to your home. Cinnamon and honey beeswax candles are one of the most common and succulent smelling candles that people use in their living rooms and even while they take relaxing showers in the hot tub.
Lemon and Rosemary
Simmer lemons, rosemary and vanilla extract in a pot. Once heated, pour them in a bowl and let the fresh smell linger across the house for days.
Eucalyptus Shower Scent
Hang a beautiful bundle of eucalyptus on your bathroom shower and feel the magic in the air while the hot water runs through the plant and elicits its fragrance out in the open.
Oven-Dried Flowers Potpourri
Take a bunch of aromatic flowers and put them in the oven for few minutes at a low temperature. Once the petals begin crumbling up and drying, take them out in a bowl and leave them as it is on the centre table of your dining space. Not only will it have a deep fragrance but also quintessential feel to it.
Chamomile Lavender Room Spray
If you like the smell of woods, flowers and nature, this is just the right scent for you! Mix chamomile oil with the woodsy rosemary oil to create a perfect blend of natural room spray for your house.
Orange Lavender Candle
You can create your own DIY orange peel candle at home with some simple steps. All you need to do is follow them one by one and you’ll have your orange lavender candle in no time!
- Peel out the orange in a bowl shape.
- Mix lavender with slightly heated and liquified wax.
- Stick a cotton or candle thread in the middle of the peel.
- Once the thread is fixated, pour the lavender wax in the peel while holding the thread in the centre.
- Let the wax settle in and dry up.
Voila! You can now light up your orange lavender candle and enjoy the subtle citrus smell. Ideally, this candle should last an entire day depending on the size of the peel and amount of wax used.
Jar Room Scents
Keep your home smelling wonderful with these jar room scents which consists citrus fruits, herbs, pine or cedar twigs, vanilla extracts, whole sweet spices and cinnamon sticks. Oranges, cinnamon and cloves make the best fragrance that lasts long enough and lingers around your home beautifully. It can be reheated and used for weeks to go.
Lavender has an innate balmy fragrance to it and there’s absolutely no reason why you shouldn’t keep them in your home for a wonderful aromatic living! You can make tiny sachets cut out of clothes and fill lavender in them to unwind its natural aura and fragrance while you sit back and relax in your living room.
Lilac room spray
The season of fresh flowers, spring breeze and light summers is just around the corner. Wouldn’t it be delighting to have the subtle Lilac fragrance flow in the aura like it’s May again? You can have your home smelling like the supple Lilac with a room spray which is made with water, vodka and lilac oil.
Homemade Air Freshener
Made with natural ingredients, you can easily make a homemade air freshener by mixing gelatine, water, essential oil and salt. These homemade air fresheners also make great gifts.
With all these natural ways to make your home smell amazing, you can now DIY your own scent easily. There is absolutely no need to spend on exorbitantly priced candles or potpourris to make your home smell wonderful again!