5 Ways to Bring Autumn’s Scent Into Your Home

5 Ways to Bring Autumn’s Scent Into Your Home

Leaves are changing and chilly weather has arrived. Good bye summer, hello autumn. It’s time to put away the citrus scented candles and lavender room spray. Fall has arrived and it’s time to make your living space smell like it! Here are 5 different ways to bring autumn’s scent into your home.

DIY Potpourri

Why buy potpourri, when making your own is much more fun? Try various mixtures of dried fruit, herbs, and essential oils for different and wonderful smells. 

Scented Oil Reed Diffuser

Essential oils are one of many ways to fill your home with a natural scent and reed diffusers release just the right amount of scent without overpowering a room. Plus, diffusers are a great flame-less option for apartment dwellers or homes with children.

Autumn Scented Candles 

Candles are an easy way to make your home smell like fall. The autumn-themed scents are nearly endless—strike a match and fill your home with the smell of crisp leaves, pumpkin, or apple crisp.

Bake Pumpkin Bread

Nothing warms the soul or appetite like good ole’ fashion cooking. Influensters rave about Pillsbury's Pumpkin Quick Bread and we love that not only do we get to eat our treats, they give the whole house a spicy, delicious scent.

Autumn Simmer Pots

Simmer pots are extremely easy to put together and smell great. Simply fill a saucepan with water, bring it to a boil then add your favorite autumn ingredients such as cinnamon, orange peel, apples, ginger, anise, and cloves. Allow to simmer gently on the stove top, topping up the water when needed.

Have you tried any of these? Or have any other ideas? Let us know in the comments below!

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