These homemade room spray recipes and ideas will fill your home with the scents that you love the best. With just a few ingredients, you can mix together your own room spray and know that you've created a household item that's natural and free of harsh chemicals. A homemade room spray is a simple DIY project that just about anyone can handle.
These DIY room sprays make wonderful gifts for the holidays, housewarming, hostess gifts, and more. Just about anyone would love to get one of these as a gift, and they'll be touched that you made something homemade for them.
What's in a DIY Room Spray?
A DIY room spray needs a few common ingredients to work. The base of the room spray is water, and many recipes use distillation to purify the water. Essential oils are added for scent, and then an emulsifier is added to make sure the water and oils mix. This can be alcohol, witch hazel, sea salt, or another emulsifier.
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This Citrus Fresh homemade room spray uses a combination of two essential oils that really gives it a kick. It's the perfect scent to use all year and will fill your home with an energizing fresh smell. There are also two other recipes here: one for a Lemon and Almond room spray and one for a Vanilla and Lavender room spray.
Included with this recipe are some free, printable labels for your bottles (perfect if you plan to gift them). There are three different label shapes, and you can use whichever one you like best.
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Chamomile can be used for more than just tea, as this recipe from Hello Glow proves. The calming scent of Chamomile is mixed with the energizing scent of Rosemary for a unique scent that both calms and motivates. There are two other recipes here for room sprays: Bergamot Brightening and Sunny Lavender. Also included are tips on how to add sprigs of herbs or plants to your bottles.
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This isn't just a room spray, it's also a DIY spray for linens. There is a basic recipe here to make a neutral-smelling air freshener, but that's just the start. There are also some recipes here to create Zen Spa, Sleepy Time/Relaxation, and Floral Dream room sprays.
There's a free SVG cut file included if you'd like to add the vinyl label that says "Refresher Spray" to your own bottle.
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There are three different room spray recipes here, and you'll want to make at least one of each. Cozy Vibes, Fresh Vibes, and Campfire Vibes each have a unique scent combination that evokes certain feelings and memories. They're packaged in pretty perfume bottles, putting a little bit of beauty into a daily routine.Continue to 5 of 12 below.
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There are three room spray recipe ideas here. Dream is woodsy, Still is calming, and Awake is energizing. All use a unique combination of essential oils to get their scent. These room sprays can also be used as linen or pillow sprays.
Get the same look by using the free, printable labels provided and printing them on Kraft paper.
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This Summer Sun room spray is going to add some sunshine and clean smells to your home with its scents of lemon, orange, and cypress. There are also recipes here for Island Breeze and Mojito room sprays. A video is included to give you detailed directions for making your DIY room sprays.
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Pumpkin Spice is a popular flavor and scent in the fall, and this room spray will give you that cozy and sweet scent that you love year-round. Cinnamon, nutmeg, clove, and a few other essential oils give this room spray its scent. There are also directions here on how to make your own pumpkin spice potpourri.Continue to 9 of 12 below.
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Here's a group of homemade room sprays that cover just about everything. There's "Home Sweet Home," "Sleep Tight," "OMG Hurry Up and Grow," and "Nostalgia." Whatever you're feeling, one of these is sure to fit the bill. These are designed to be mini-sprays that you can easily stash wherever you need them.
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This Good Vibes room spray recipe combines 5 essential oils, including Ylang Ylang and Juniper Berry, with rose water to create a scent that's one-of-a-kind. Don't feel like you can't deviate from the recipe—these scents in any combination would be lovely.
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The holidays call for their own room spray recipe, and you'll love this one. The warm scents of cinnamon, orange, and clove are used to create a room spray that smells warm and comforting. There are free labels here that match the ones in the photos. They'd be the perfect touch for this room spray and also turns it into a lovely DIY gift.
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