Making your home a pleasant and comfortable space to live in is sometimes as simple as making it smell good. A nice smelling aroma can make for more productivity and can be enough to instantly put you in a great mood.  While there are many artificial air fresheners you can buy which will do the trick, there are also more natural options you can use. Here are a few for your smelling pleasure.


1. Scented Wood Blocks

All you need is to cut up wood blocks and lather them with scented oil of your choice. After covering them with the oil, you can put them in a closed decorative container with extra oil. Close the container and shake up the blocks and leave it overnight to absorb. Lift the lid and leave it in one of your favorite rooms in the home for instant aroma. Scented Wood Blocks


2. Lemon and Rosemary Simmer Pot

Simply simmering a big pot of lemon, rosemary and vanilla all day will make your home smell amazing. This is perfect for when you have company come to visit.
Lemon and Rosemary Simmer Pot


3. Cinnamon Stick Candles

Wrap some cinnamon sticks around your unscented candles to create a spicy and sweet scent that will make your house smell festive all year round.
Cinnamon Stick Candles


4. Homemade Fragrance Spray

Pour one cup of water into a reusable spray bottle. Add two tablespoons of vodka and 20 drops of essential oils. Combine the scented mixture and spray throughout your home.
Homemade Fragrance Spray


5. Orange Peel Mix

Mix ½ cup dried orange peel, ¼ cup whole cloves, ¼ cup anise pods and 40 drops sweet orange essential oil into a mason jar for a naturally blissful aroma.Orange Peel Mix


6. Baking Soda Freshener

Baking soda is a natural deodorizer that many of us already use to keep the smells to a minimum inside our fridge. Mix half a cup of baking soda with 1/4tsp essential oil in a mason jar to create your own personalized aroma. Cut a hole out of the lid of a mason jar and then fill the hole in with scrapbooking paper. Poke holes in the scrapbooking paper to allow the scent loose throughout your home.
Baking Soda Freshener


7. Green Tea Leaves for Litter Boxes

Is your cat’s toilet causing an unwelcome smell to spread across your home? Sprinkle the litter box with green tea leaves to reduce the smell of your feline’s feces.
Green Tea Leaves for Litter Boxes


8. Fresh Herbal Bouquet

Infuse your room with some natural herbal aromas courtesy of freshly snipped herbs, such as geranium, peppermint, rosemary, and lavender, in small bud vases. They are also visually attractive when placed in odd groupings (e.g., three or five) on a dining room table.Fresh Herbal Bouquet


9. Pomander Balls

Unleash your inner crafter by creating this old fashioned air freshener made from orange and cloves. Hang them on your ceiling or by wrapping ribbon around the orange.Pomander Balls


10. Vinegar Spray

Add some freshness to a stuffy room using this grandmother-approved technique of spraying one part vinegar to four parts water. As a bonus, this mixture also zaps bacteria, creating not only a nicer smelling home, but a cleaner one as well.Vinegar Spray