To personalize the olfactory signature of its interior, besides scented candles and rotten jars , many homemade recipes are easily made with essential oils, plants, fruits or spices. Creations of spray, fondant for diffuser, simmered pot pourri and amber apple are presented in this selection of room fragrances .
Some tips before you start
- Do not spray any room spray on a flame, skin or eyes.
- For diffusers operating by capillarity, return the sticks regularly.
- Place the diffusers in a ventilated room.
Concoct a mood spray with essential oils by Minute Forme
This perfume made with essential oils of lemon, bitter orange and ylang-ylang can be used to perfume a room. It can also be used as a pillow mist or to perfume oneself.
- Disinfect utensils and containers with 90% alcohol.
- Mix the essential oil of ylang-ylang with the essential oil of small grains bigarade.
- Add that of lemon. Mix.
- Pour the mixture into the spray.
- Fill the bottle with alcohol at 90.
- Close the bottle and shake the mixture.
Spread a Christmas perfume by La Quotidienne
The first method of perfuming your home during the holidays is a potpourri simmered with cider , cinnamon sticks, nutmeg and vanilla. By letting it cook and evaporate, this mixture will scent the house. The second part of the column turns to a spray with essential oils of sweet orange, cinnamon and cloves. This perfume should not be sprayed to a flame, skin or eyes.
Pot pourri simmered (pot pourri pot pourri)
- Pour the cider into a pan with the cinnamon sticks.
- Bring the mixture to a boil.
- Add the cloves, nutmeg and vanilla extract.
- When boiling is reached, lower the intensity of the fire.
- Allow the liquid to evaporate well.
Scented pine cones
- In a clean bottle, pour the essential oil of sweet orange and cinnamon bark and clove.
- Fill the bottle with 70 ° alcohol or vodka (minimum 40 °).
- Place the closed bottle in the refrigerator for 24 hours.
- Use this spray on decorative objects.
Fondants Burns-perfume by Sandra DIY & Co
Like small individual soaps, these solid indoor fragrances are then melted using a diffuser and a candle.
- Melt soy wax and white beeswax in a bain-marie. Mix.
- Out of the fire, add the essential oils of orange and lavender aspic, mixing.
- Pour the mixture into individual molds.
- Cool the fondants in a cool place so that they harden.
- Place a fondant on a burner with a candle and let it melt.
Diffuser and indoor fragrance 100% natural by Comme à la maison by Lyly Line
This tutorial recycles a plastic or glass jar to turn it into a diffuser for use with wooden sticks. The perfume is made from sweet almond oil and 70% alcohol, as well as essential oils of vanilla and grapefruit.
- Recycle and clean a jar.
- Pour sweet almond oil into the vial.
- Add the essential oils of vanilla and grapefruit.
- Complete the mixture with 70% alcohol. Mix.
- Cut the pointed part of the skewers.
- Immerse the sticks in the diffuser.
Apple amber and Christmas perfume by France 3
Julien Keibeck proposes a natural and traditional method to perfume the house and the cupboards, while moving away the mites. Stitched with cloves, an orange then becomes an apple of amber diffusing a perfume continuously. In addition, it can be kept for several months without becoming moldy. The second part of the video is then dedicated to the manufacture of a perfume spray that should not be diffused towards the skin or eyes, flame or fragile tissue.
- Place a ribbon around the orange so that you can hang it later.
- Make holes in the skin in areas not covered by the ribbon.
- Stitch cloves into the holes created.
- In the bottle, pour the essential oils of cloves and sweet orange.
- Add the alcohol to 70%.
- Close the bottle and mix.
- Relaxing pillow mist by Evie Beautyandcare : this spray applied on the pillows is composed of distilled water, essential oils of lavender, small bitter orange grains and orange.
- Plants to perfume the house by Oumzaza: the first method allows deodorizing the house by infusing a mixture of spices such as cinnamon, cloves or plants such as lavender. The second method is to burn plants such as verbena, lemongrass or thyme in a censer. This operation must be performed by ventilating the parts.