20 ways to make your home naturally smell amazing!

Essential oil diffusers, which combine essential oils and water to create a scented mist in the air, are an affordable way to add scent to your home without noxious chemicals.

 Essential Oil Diffuser

Before running the vacuum, lightly sprinkle carpets with baking soda to remove musty odors and pick up excess dirt.

Use Baking Soda To Deodorize Carpets

Bags of activated charcoal can be found at many retailers, and are great for absorbing smells from smelly closets, car trunks, and other damp, dark places. 

Hang Activated Charcoal In Closets

Dried lavender looks lovely in vases as a decorative accent, and its muted purple buds retain their floral scent even after being dried.

Use Sprigs Of Dried Lavender For Both Scent And Decor

Tie up the dry coffee grounds in a couple of layers of cheesecloth, then allow to sit for 2-3 days for maximum smell absorption. 

Use Coffee To Absorb Unwanted Odors

Both aesthetically pleasing and fragrant, fresh flowers add a burst of color and fresh scent to any space.

Bring Fresh Flowers Into Your Home

Candles are a go-to for many folks for decorative reasons. For a more natural option, choose soy candles with wood wicks that are scented with essential oils. 

Burn All-Natural Candles

Houseplants like pothos and birds of paradise work to filter the air, which means that they can help make your space smell fresher by purifying the air. 

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