Does your home smell good? I mean, does it really smell good? One of the biggest challenges of keeping a home is somehow getting it to smell as fabulous as it looks. We don’t have to tell you, this is easier said than done. You have to live in your home after all, and to be honest, living doesn’t always smell nice. So what are you to do? Turn to sprays and chemical cleansers to keep your home smelling fresh? You could, but you’d always have that lingering eau de chemicals smell we all love so much and if you have kids and pets, you might want to think twice about spraying unknown chemicals into the air they breathe. Rest assured, those sprays and plug-ins are not your only way to get a fresh smelling home. Instead, try one of these all-natural ways to get your house smelling amazing.

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Ever want to just escape to the spa? Better yet, ever want to escape to the spa without spending the money to go to the spa? Us, too. Here’s a quick tip to trick your nose: hang some eucalyptus from your shower head, turned the water on nice and hot and clear out your sinuses with the amazing scent!



Fresh Orange Pomander
For this, all you’ll need is an orange or several (if you want to make more) and take a handful of whole cloves. Take each whole clove one at a time and push them in to the orange, you can make a pretty design or simple design. This is typically called a Fresh Orange Pomander. A wonderful scent is released from the combination of the oranges and cloves, refreshing the whole room. This is my favorite way for how to make your house smell good because not only does it smell amazing, but it’s also beautiful!



Simmer Pot
What is a simmer pot? A simmer pot is essentially a pot of good smelling herbs and other natural items (i.e. apple peels) placed into a boiling pot of water. or just take a good size pot of water, let it lightly simmer and add in some fresh slices of oranges and a few tablespoons of cinnamon, (cinnamon sticks optional, but they sure do look nice). Get creative and put whatever scents you want into the pot and be prepared for some seriously good smells as the simmering water spreads your hand-picked scents around the house.



Scented Pinecones
Just go out scavenging around while you go for travels or the area you live to find some pine cones. Next, just add a couple drops of your favorite essential oil, such as lavender or cinnamon on to the pine cones. Then, just place them in a nice basket to display them. They look beautiful and add a wonderful smell to the room! Plus, it’s easy to move the basket from room to room, if you want to switch from your bathroom to your living room etc.



Freshening Plants
Not interested in bringing new scents in? Trying getting them out in the first place! Air-cleansing plants, such as aloe, help to rid smelly toxins from the air…making the list above wonderfully irrelevant.



Have you ever seen one of those oil diffusers? Maybe you’ve seen one in a yoga studio…or maybe in a yoga studio on TV, depending. Typically, they’re made up of amazing essential oils, poured into a cool-looking jar, and bamboo skewers or reeds that disperse the nice smells throughout the room. You can make your very own diffusers at home using your favorite essential oils for next to nothing.

Hope you enjoy these simple tips for how to make your house smell good naturally! Leave a comment if you’ve tried any of these before or want to share your favorite ways!

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