If you’ve been waiting all year for the scents of fall, we don’t blame you! Crisp mornings, cooler days, and changing leaves call for cozy smells and fall fragrances! If you’re looking for an easy, non-synthetic DIY fall room spray that is all natural and toxin-free, you’re in the right place! This DIY blend pairs perfectly with autumn and will bring you the seasonal scents you love, plus the aromatherapeutic benefits of essential oils!
What You’ll Need for DIY Fall Room Spray
- 4 oz. glass spray bottle (you can use a bigger spray bottle, you’ll just need to increase the ingredients proportionately! We chose a smaller bottle because we prefer making smaller batches so that the room spray stays fresh and fully fragrant. Once you have the ingredients on hand, it will only take a few seconds to make a refill batch!)
- 1 tablespoon witch hazel
- Approx ⅓ cup distilled water* (or a little more depending on the size of your spray bottle)
- 5 drops cedarwood essential oil
- 5 drops frankincense essential oil
- 3 drops eucalyptus essential oil
- 2 drops orange essential oil
How to Make Fall Room Spray
Start with a clean, sanitized glass spray bottle. Add the essential oils. Then add the witch hazel. Then top off with the distilled water* until the bottle is almost full. You want to leave a little room at the top to shake and mix the ingredients. After closing the bottle, give it a good shake and your DIY fall room spray is ready to use!
*Note: You might be wondering if you can use regular tap or filtered water for this project. If you’re going to use all of your room spray within 24 hours, you can get by using tap or filtered water. But if you’re going to keep your room spray for longer than 24 hours, you must use distilled water. Otherwise, the room spray could go bad. Distilled water discourages the growth of bacteria and helps your DIY room spray retain its full fragrance for longer.
Need a quick, one-step blend? Try one of our custom blends that smells like fall!