DIY Room Spray

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This is a simple and easy tutorial for making a beautiful DIY Room Spray with essential oils. It’s easy and smells amazing!

Hello, I am Libbie from A Life Unfolding, a blog where I share about home decor, DIYs, and renovations. Today, I am very excited to share one of my favorite ways to keep your home smelling fresh and clean with a simple DIY room spray.

Bottle of DIY Lavender and Chamomile Room Spray with sprigs of lavender and dried chamomile flowers.

A bonus is it’s all-natural and environmentally friendly! Woot!!

How to Make A DIY Room Spray

I promise this will be the easiest DIY ever!

What you need: 

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Ingredients for making a DIY ROOM Spray. Essential lavender and chamomile oils, dried lavender and dried chamomile flowers.
DIY Room Spray ingredients
Glass bottles for DIY Room Spray
Glass bottles are better for the environment

Benefits of Essential Oil Room Spray

All Natural- because this room spray is made with essential oils, it doesn’t contain the toxic chemicals that some store-bought air fresheners do.

Friendly to the Earth- reusing a glass bottle saves the environment from plastic bottles and excess packaging.

It’s easy to customize. You can experiment with scents you enjoy for a more personalized DIY Room Spray. I like to add 2 tsp of vanilla to this recipe for a warmer scent. Another version I like is to mix orange oil and verbena oil for a fresh, clean scent. Orange, cinnamon, and clove are other favorites when the weather turns cold.

It’s safer than lighting a candle around pets and little ones.

Adding dried flowers makes this a pretty birthday or hostess gift.

Hand holding bottles of essential lavender and chamomile oils.
Essential oils are compounds extracted from plants.
Pouring essential oils into bottle for a DIY Room Spray.

Other Uses for this Room spray:

Linen Spray

This room spray is also lovely when lightly sprayed-on sheets and bedding (always check on an inconspicuous spot first) or your pillow at night. As a bonus, lavender is thought to promote a restful night’s sleep.

DIY Room spray used as a linen spray in a bedroom with a blue quilt.
Lavender promotes sleep

It helps laundry smell amazing

Lightly spray onto wool dryer balls, then toss them into your dryer, making your laundry smell fresh and clean. I own short-term rental properties, and my guests often comment on how wonderful our sheets and linens smell in our reviews.

Close up a bottle of DIY Lavender and Chamomile room spray next to a wool dryer ball.
Spray lightly on your wool dryer balls.

Vacuum Cleaner Refresh

Whenever my vacuum cleaner starts to smell like my dog- which happens more often than I like to admit, I spray this DIY room spray onto the filter in my vacuum, and it disperses as I clean.

Hubby’s gym bag

This room spray is perfect for those hard-to-wash items like gym bags (yours or hubby’s) and shoes that sometimes need a little bit of help.

Shows adding water to make a DIY Room Spray
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DIY Room Spray

A Simple DIY Lavender and Chamomile Room Spray
Prep Time5 mins
Work Time10 mins
Total Time15 mins
Author: Libbie Burling
Cost: 5.00

Equipment

Supplies

  • 1 piece Glass Bottle
  • 2 cups Distilled Water
  • 2 Tbs Vodka or rubbing alcohol
  • 20 Drops Lavender Oil
  • 10 Drops Chamomile oil
  • 5 Sprigs Dried Lavender
  • 1 Tbs Dried Chamomile
  • 1 Piece Wood Tag

Instructions

  • First place the dried flowers into the bottle.
  • Then add 2 cups of distilled water to the bottle.
  • Next add 2 tablespoons of vodka or rubbing alcohol to the bottle.
  • Next you add 20 drops of lavender oil to the bottle.
  • Next you add 10 drops of chamomile oil.
  • Then shake the mixture well.
  • Last step add a label, I used the wood tag with the fragrance written on it and tied it to the bottle.

Notes

This DIY room spray will last for weeks.
 
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