Whether you know it or not, your house has a unique smell. Making your home a positive place to be is sometimes as simple as making it smell good. Scents can affect a person’s mood or work performance. Avoid the harsh artificial scents provided by chemical packed store bought air fresheners. Nature has much to offer when it comes to perfuming our home with beautiful aromas. Here we founds some awesome homemade scent recipes that to make your home smell more spring-y.

Simmering Pots

Source : Two Purple Couches

Simmering pot recipes are a natural way to add fragrance to your home. These spring simmering pot recipes are perfect for gift-giving. Or you could make some for yourself to have on hand.

Lilac Scented Room Spray

Source : At The Picket Fence

Do you ever walk past a garden of blooming lilacs and wish you could carry the scent with you everywhere you go? Now you can with this three ingredient concoction (and there’s no harm in dispensing it from a beautiful vintage spray bottle).

Wax Tart

Source : We’re Far From Normal

These spring scented wax tarts will fill your home with a fresh scent and welcome the sunshine and warmer weather naturally. They go in pretty much any tart burner and will fill your home with delightful spring fragrance for several hours.

Room Spray

Source : Design Love Fest

These room sprays look so good, they could be mistaken for designer fragrances. Not only does it contain simple, all-natural ingredients, but there are nine different variations listed. Try them all and see which one you like best. There are plenty of fresh scents to choose from, all topped with beautiful dried flowers.

Stovetop Potpourri

Source : The DIY Playbook

Leave your house smelling fresh and clean with this DIY all-natural room scent. This room scent is made with lemon, rosemary, and vanilla extract which boiled and then let it simmer on low for as long as you want.

Reed Diffuser

Source : Sugar and Cloth

You can buy a reed diffusers for way too much money, or give your wallet and your nostrils a break with this cheap and easy, naturally scented homemade version. A thrifted vase and washi tape will make it fit right in with your decor. Choose lavender oil for a fresh, calming scent for a common area or bedroom or lemon essential oil that perfect for the kitchen.

Carpet Powder

Source : By Brittany Goldwyn

If you have a lot of carpets in your home, you know that one of the easiest ways to clean it is to use a carpet deodorizing powder before you vacuum. Make your own powder using baking soda, dried rosemary, and lavender oil. The great thing about making your own carpet powder is that you can customize the scent each time.

Dried Flowers Potpourri

Source : Free People

Dried flowers can remain in your shelter for months, years to come, empowering your home with scent and visual aesthetic values. From time to time simply place two-three drop of essential oils on your dried fruit-flower collection to refresh the ambiance.

Fruit Rind Air Fresheners

Source : Free People

In this DIY, fruit rinds is used as air freshener. It will be a natural, creative decoration and at the same time as super cute center pieces.

Lavender Lemon Candle

Source : Brit + Co

Lemon makes everything taste and smell better, it also a great candle holder.  DIY these easy candles for a fun, colorful piece to put all over the house.

Baking Soda Air Freshener

Source : Tidy MomB

Baking soda is notorious for absorbing odors. Here, it gets a living-room-ready upgrade with essential oils, spray paint, patterned paper and a mini Mason jar.

Gel Air Fresheners

Source : Hello Glow

Grab some gelatin, essential oils and food coloring, and you will be absolutely ready for this scented jelly. Mix and match the food coloring to make a spring rainbow in your house.

Herbal Wreath

Source : Keeper Of The Home

This is a wonderful way to make your homes sent seasonal, by using whatever herbs are in season you’ll be able to have a fresh clean smell all year round.

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