A good home is equal to a fresh home. With the second wave of COVID-19, we all are looking for ways to keep ourselves positive and happy. And what better way to do so than with some changes in your home? Home fragrances are an essential in every household as it acts like a mood enhancer. Fresh smelling homes are divine and we all want to feel the same. And instead of getting artificial fragrances, why not add something more natural to our home? Indulge yourself in some DIY (do it yourself) activities on the weekend and get that natural fragrance at home. To help you through, we have listed DIY hacks to create your own preferred fragrances for your home
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What is better than a fresh and natural fragrance in our home? You are not that far away from getting the perfect fragrance for your home. All you need to do is just put some peels of lemon, orange or some other citrus fruits in boiling water. The peels help in bringing out the essential oils and their natural fragrance. You can pour the essence in a spray bottle and use it at home.
Ingredients like sandalwood, lavender etc are brilliant to be used as home fresheners. They have a natural essence and are super easy to make. All you need to do is take the preferred essential oil and add a few drops in a hot water bowl as it will help in easy diffusion, leaving your home with a good and natural fragrance.
The citrus essence is just perfect for every home. For this, you need to add sliced lemon, four stems of fresh rosemary and one tablespoon of vanilla extract in a pot and put it on the stove to heat for a while. Add some water to the pot then and allow it to heat on a low flame.
Either you can buy the potpourri leaves of your choice and then display them in your home and do add some essential oil to it for a long-lasting fragrance or else you can make your own potpourri at home. For that you will need to choose the flowers for potpourri, ensure that you choose those which retain their color and shape when you dry them. You would also need essential oil for a long-lasting fragrance.
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