10 Tips to Make Your Home Smell Amazing

There is nothing more pleasing than a sweet-smelling home. It lifts the spirits and rejuvenates the senses. Try any of these 10 simple tips and you will have a great smelling home in no time. 

1.       Perfumed candles

Candles and reed diffuser

Candles can add a delicious scent to your room as well as being a modern decorative feature that creates a warm ambiance. Especially great for bath time. 

2.       Fragranced sachets

Fragrance sachet

Fragranced sachets are highly versatile and can be used to make anything or anywhere smell great. Hang them in your closet, tuck them in your linen cupboard or place them in my gym bag for fresh smelling clothes. 

3.       Scented drawer liners

Drawer liners can be used to keep your clothes and linen smelling sweet. Mr Price Home sells affordable drawer liners.

4.       Room diffusers

Essentials oils diffuse through reed sticks to give your home a fresh aroma that is long-lasting. 

5.       Fresh lavender

Lavender sprigs

Fresh lavender is available at most flower shops and can simply be placed within the home. The fragrance of lavender is a soothing smell that has a certain calming effect.

6.       Incense sticks

Incense sticks

Incense sticks release a fragrant smoke when burned. Burning incense sticks is also an effective way to channel positive energy, beat stress and revive the senses.

7.       Room / linen spray

Refresh the air in the room by using a quality room spray.

8.       Soap bar

Soap bars are a inexpensive alternative to drawer liners and fragranced sachets. They can be placed amongst clothing and linens to keep them smelling fresh and clean.

9.       Potpourri

Potpourri is a mixture of dried plant material, spices and essential oils. Potpourri can be tied in small sheer sachets and placed amongst clothes to give a fresh scent.

10.   Cedar blocks

Cedar blocks infuse linen cupboards, closets and suitcases with the forest-fresh aroma of natural cedar wood. Cedar blocks also prevent insect larvae from infesting and devouring wool, linen, cotton and many other fabrics.