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7 Ways To Make You House Smell Good.
Home & Garden
The scent of vanilla and coffee beans together instantly warms up the house in these French vanilla candles. Candles look great in just about any container so experiment with different glasses or jars that fit your aesthetic.
Don’t feel like you only have to use one candle in a room! Layering scents together, like using french vanilla with these cinnamon pumpkin candles, creates a nice aroma.
You need very few supplies for these scented herb firestarters. The packets make great hostess gifts, but you can also just place herbs, dried citrus or other aromatic greenery on the fire as it burns.
With the heat on all the time you need some humid air in the house. A stovetop simmer like this grapefruit and cinnamon combination is so easy and smells amazing. Have fun experimenting with different scents!
Turn your favorite essential oils into a DIY reed diffuser – plus it also looks nice on the coffee table.
Spritz your linens with an anti-stress pillow mist that combines lavender and chamomile. Use the same technique to make a room spray too!
Collect dried materials, aromatic spices and essential oils for homemade potpourri. Put the natural elements into a bowl and add a few drops of essential oil on top. Try a spicy mixture (think cinnamon sticks, star anise and cloves) or a citrus combination (use whole and dried elements with orange e