Now that cooler temps are sticking around and Fall is definitely in the air, the smells of chilly weather like orange and spices and apples and falling leaves are starting to pop up in stores! I love making my own sprays and putting together my own Fall blends instead of purchasing ones at the store mainly because I know exactly what is going into my DIY home fragrances. This Autumn Air room mist is simple to make and contains zero chemicals! It’s all natural and contains 100% therapeutic essential oils! If you have about 5 minutes, you can make essential oil room spray that brings together some of your favorite fall scents!
Essential Oil Room Spray Tutorial
Ingredients/Supplies for your Autumn Air DIY Home Fragrance:
- 4 oz spray bottle
- organic witch hazel
- distilled water
- Young Living orange essential oil
- cinnamon bark essential oil
- Young Living bergamot essential oil
How To Make Essential Oil Room Spray:
Grab your supplies and head to the kitchen counter. To make room spray, start with your spray bottle and the witch hazel. Pour 2 ounces of witch hazel into your spray bottle. The witch hazel in this spray helps disperse the essential oils throughout the water and also helps the scent of the oils last longer in the air.
After you have added your witch hazel to your bottle, grab your essential oils. Add 5-6 drops of each essential oil. If you want a heavier scent, add more, if you’d prefer a lighter smelling room fragrance spray, add less. It’s just personal preference. You definitely want to be able to smell the mist when you spray it so make sure you are able to smell your Autumn scent.
After you have added your essential oils, top the bottle off with distilled water. Screw the top on, give it a good shake and spray away! Every room in the house can be sprayed with this Autumn Air DIY Home Fragrance! It’s so easy to make essential oil room spray and this is a lovely light scent that the whole family will enjoy!
I hope you enjoy this essential oil room spray recipe. Let us know what you think of this room fragrance spray in the comments below or tag us @familyfocusblog.