How nice is it to come home after a trip or even a long day, and take in that pleasant scent that only your home has? We love the idea of a “signature scent” for the home but we also enjoy switching it up every season. For fall, we’re all about baking spices (team pumpkin spice!), woodsy notes and warm flavors. We’ve talked fall candles and cozy fires, and now it’s time to whip up an easy DIY room spray to make every part of your home cozy as can be. Talk about hygge!
7 DIY Room Spray Recipes for Fall
Die hard pumpkin spice fans will love this combination of cinnamon, ginger, cardamom, wild orange and clove essential oils, which smells just like pumpkin pie straight out of the oven.
DIY Pumpkin Spice Room Spray with Essential Oils from Happy Money Saver
This blend brings a nice woodsy, spicy outdoorsy scent indoors when misted, perfect for lazy days at home with the entire family.
Woodsy, Spicy Fall Room Spray from Hello Glow
Wild orange and clove essential oils are the mix behind “campfire vibes”, a sweet room freshener that’s perfect for Indian summer.
DIY Natural Room Freshener from A Beautiful Mess
Instead of using essential oils, this room spray uses actual cinnamon, pumpkin, apple and dried leaves! A lovely DIY project for modern foragers.
Homemade Natural Autumn Room Spray from Home Talk
Clove, cinnamon bark, nutmeg and balsam fir – what a perfect combination for fall! With a pinch of sea salt and some distilled water, you’ve got yourself an easy seasonal scent for your home.
DIY Fall Scented Room Spray from An Uncomplicated Life Blog
We love fall, but let’s be honest: the shorter days tend to come with the blues (or even Seasonal Affective Disorder). Make an uplifting room spray to mist around the home, and you’ll feel more energized.
Clarifying Grapefruit Mist from Hello Glow
Palo Santo is a plant that’s traditionally been used to combat negative energy and to cleanse objects and spaces. Use it in this easy-to-make smudge spray to prep your home for the seasons’ change.
Palo Santo Smudge Spray from Hello Nest20
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