DIY: 9 Delicious Ways to Make Your Home Smell Like Fall
It’s just not autumn without pumpkin spice, cinnamon, and apple scents.
Simmer a Pot
A bounty of aromatics (like apple slices, cinnamon sticks, and cloves) waft through your home entire home when you warm them in water on the stove.
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Hang a Garland
Dried orange slices, balanced by bay leaves and cinnamon sticks, look lovely strung up on a mantel — but smell sweeter than a fabric banner or glittering garland.
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We love a treat that’s a feast for the eyes, taste buds, and nose — and these comforting cinnamon granola apples say “fall has arrived.”
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Pour a Candle
Pumpkin spice has secured its position as the official scent of the season, so make a DIY candle that will last through December (much longer than you can say for those lattes).
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Or, Just Add Coffee Beans
Store bought pumpkin spice votives are buoyed by handfuls of dark roasted beans achieving that quintessential coffeehouse smell.
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Craft A Scented Bookmark
Curling up with good book makes a fall day great. Enjoy it with a scented leather bookmark.
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Dry Fruits, Herbs, And Spices
Potpourri is the oldest game in town. But if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. Dried fruit paired with nuts and spices look great in a decorative bowl.
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Make Pumpkin Spice Soap
These little guys will bring a smile to your face every time you wash your hands.
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Make Cinnamon Apple Syrup
This sweet and gooey topping will get gobbled up quickly over French toast or ice cream, but its scent will pleasingly linger in your kitchen.
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Amp Up Pinecones
Pinecones easily fill a bare space on your bookcase in fall, but a little cinnamon essential oil is the surprise that keeps on giving all season long.
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via House Beautiful