How to Make Your Apartment Smell Amazing

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When decorating your apartment home, it’s easy to focus on the visual aspects like decor, but don’t forget about another essential detail – the smell. Your home can look perfect, but if it smells bad, this can completely destroy the aesthetic you were going for. While you may initially think to opt for candles, there are many other ways to make your apartment smell amazing without wasting money. Keep reading to find out how!
An essential oil diffuser can make your apartment smell amazing!

Air Purifying Plants

Adopting a plant is a great way to make your apartment look and smell amazing! Some of the best are different kinds of palm trees, orchids, and peace lilies. Once bringing it into your home, you will quickly notice a huge improvement in the smell of your home. We recommend flowers for a short-term smell solution; their strong fragrance will fill the air but only for a short period of time. 

Stovetop Potpourri 

While stovetop potpourri is normally associated with the holidays, there’s no reason you can’t make your apartment smell amazing year-round. Simply fill a saucepan with water, add sliced lemon and your favorite herbs, and simmer on low heat. You can even use your Crockpot to avoid heating up your entire apartment with a live flame. 

Essential Oil Diffuser

Essential oil diffusers are simple to use, and they will make your apartment smell amazing. Just fill it with water and add a few drops of your favorite essential oil, and soon enough, a fine mist will appear. Do your research ahead of time to see what each essential oil can do for you. Many can help with sleep, relaxation, and anti-anxiety, so find the right combination to better your day. 

Make your home smell amazing by implementing the aforementioned tips. Do you have any questions about making your home look and smell great? Ask away in the comments below.

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