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5 Aromatherapy Recipes For Your Home!

Visual style isn’t the only component in a trendy, beautifully decorated home. Imagine setting your eyes on the most gorgeous and perfectly designed living room, dining room or even breakfast nook while being infused with a luxurious scent that enhances the mood and theme of the space. Spicy orange or a dainty lavender can help to bring a cohesive, filling element to a room that needs an extra kick. That’s what great about aromatherapy. It not only relaxes you, but sets a mood and feel to an already beautiful space. So, let’s take a look at some great home remedies to get your house smelling at great at it looks!

1. Rosemary Vanilla Deodorizer.

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All you need is a sliced up lemon, a couple sprigs of fresh rosemary and a dash of vanilla. Fill a pot up halfway with some water and then leave it to simmer all day. Your house will smell like a fresh, warm springtime day. Perfect for an afternoon when the ladies come over for tea on the patio or the kiddos have a play date with their buddies from school.

2. Baking Soda Mason Jar.

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Another easy way to create an effortless ar0ma is to grab a it of baking soda and your favorite smelling oils. I’d pick eucalyptus, it smells fresh and clean, perfect for any room. Pour some baking soda into a decorative bowl or recycled mason jar, then pour around 8 drops of the oil into it. It’ll last a while!{found on brunchatsaks}.

3. Holiday Cinnamon Scents.

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Get your pot ready again. This recipe is great for any of the winter holidays. It’s warm and cozy. And, it’ll be perfect for the house when it’s all dressed in time for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Drop some cinnamon sticks, apple peels, orange rinds and a couple whole cloves into a pot and simmer throughout the day.

4. Apple Cinnamon Dessert.

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Want your house to smell like dessert? Drop a sliced apple into a pot and some cinnamon sticks too. Simmer on the stove and then invite everyone over for a dinner party. Your newly renovated kitchen and dining room can be shown off in style and in scent.

5. Spicy Harvest Aromatherapy.

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Perfect for the fall when all your warm colors come out to play. Pour apple cider into a pot, 1 cup of canned pumpkin, 3 cinnamon sticks, one handful of whole cloves, a sliced apple, some grated fresh nutmeg and a tablespoon of vanilla. Simmer on low heat and resupply the cider or water as needed throughout the day.

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Posted in How To, Tips, and Advice on February 13, 2013

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Grace Lynne Fleming
From the outskirts of Nashville, I couldn't imagine calling anywhere else home. Graduating Summa Cum Laude from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga with a B.A. in Communication, I'm a lover of words. I like to fancy myself a freelance creator, loving the pretty, the delicious and different. With a knack for fashion, style and a minor obsession with weddings, I've been professionally writing for the past few years and hope to continue to explore different outlets to contribute to. Basically, I live in a writer's world with a lot of sparkly decorations.

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