With just a few ingredients you can make your own essential oil-based DIY room spray that will make your home smell great and bring all the good vibes with it.
I love to diffuse oils but I also wanted to make a good vibes spray to make it super easy to spritz around when needed. Because boys stink. And this takes just minutes to make!
I live with 3 boys. So sometimes I need something that can help me make the house smell a little bit better like a homemade room spray. I’m also a wannabe hippie so I love the idea of good vibes and positivity and blah, blah, blah.
This DIY Room Spray brings good vibes
Do you ever have one of those days? Yeah, one of THOSE days where either everything is going wrong or you just feel blah? I’ve been having way more of them than I would like to.
So I decided that I needed to figure out how to get myself out of my funk when I find myself in a downward spiral headed towards rocking back and forth in a corner.
I love essential oils and have tons of them (I think they are a great way to include a little “me time” during your day). I decided I needed to be more intentional with using them.
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Regardless of whether you believe in oils or not, they smell amazing.
And to me, good smells help me shift my mind frame. I made this anti bad vibe spray to help change my negative Nancy mood. Mom life can stress a gal out, yo.
I’m guessing you can use some good vibes too.
Sometimes you can’t get a change of scenery to help alleviate your stress. But you can make your space feel different (more spa-like even). Essential oils are a great way to do that.
While I really loved this combination, you can mix and match per your own preferences. This smells amazing and if it happens to help lift up my spirits, all the better.
Room Spray Supplies
Here’s what you need to make a rosewater room spray
How to make a Room Spray with essential oils
1. Add the oils to witch hazel
To your glass bottle, add 1 ounce of witch hazel. Add the essential oils and put on the lid. Shake well.
The witch hazel will help the oils distribute in the water better.
2. Add the rose water
Add 3 ounces of rose water. Put the lid back on and shake well again.
You will still need to shake the house spray well each time you use it to mix really well.
Everybody knows that lavender is the best and totally relaxing. Ylang ylang, lemon, and bergamot are also mood uplifting and calming.
And while I picked Juniper Berry because of how the smell works with the other essential oils, it also helps relieve tension and stress.
Feel free to change up the room spray recipe with oils based on the smells you like. Good vibes are just around the corner.
If you feel like you or your home are in a funk you should definitely make this DIY Room Spray for good vibes! This refreshing blend of essential oils will help change your mood! Just spritz and smile.