Your Flagstaff apartments are already set up with gorgeous views and modern conveniences. Why not put the icing on the cake and make your apartment home smell as lovely as it looks? You could buy a commercial air freshener, of course, but it’s definitely worth it to try using essential oils instead. Essential oils smell wonderful. However, some say they also can have benefits for your mood. For the ideas below, try using essential oils in scents like lavender, vetiver, citrus and other scents that appeal personally to you. Here are two ways to scent your apartment home with essential oils.
Ways to Scent Your Apartment Home With Essential Oils
Sew Drawer Sachets
Drawer sachets are simply tiny little pockets of sheer cloth that sit inside your drawers. When you open the drawer, you are greeted with a waft of pleasing scent. You can sew drawer sachets from almost any sheer cloth. If you have an antique linen handkerchief, that works well, too. First, to make the “filling,” you’ll need essential oil and some crushed and dried leaves, such as lavender or chamomile. Put the leaves in a bowl and drop in a few droplets of essential oil. Toss gently with your fingertips. Place this into the center of your cloth. Fold into a square or rectangle and sew together. If you don’t know how to sew or prefer not to, you can make a little ball of the sachet and secure it with a rubber band. Cover the band with a pretty ribbon and tie a bow.
Make a DIY Room Spray
With this DIY room spray, you can quickly make any room in your Flagstaff apartments smell fresh and clean. To do it, all you need is a small spray bottle. You can find these at discount stores and grocery stores. Fill your spray bottle almost to the top with distilled water. Add a few drops of essential oil and shake. Smell it to see if it’s strong enough for your liking. If not, just add a few more drops, one at a time. Remember, essential oils are potent, so less is more. Now you have an instant room spray for your apartment home!
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