In terms of perfumes or scents in the home, I tend to agree with Martha Stewart, who once said that she prefers homes to smell like nothing (just clean) or only fresh flowers. I feel that way, too, but I live in a world where deep cleaning my home on a weekly basis just isn’t going to happen. To combat the everyday smells that come with normal life (and having a pet), I’ve learned to embrace candles after years of hating them. I tend to stick with pretty neutral scents like fresh linen and watery smells, but I’m starting to wish for something a little quicker when I’m running around and don’t have time for a subtle scent to permeate the room. So today I decided to round up some great smelling room sprays that will help you freshen your space in a snap. From soft floral scents to woodsy aromas, these sprays cover an array of less-than-pretty smells and look cute enough to leave out if you need to use them regularly. And if you’d prefer to make your own, Amy is sharing a great DIY linen spray (and bottle/label) project this afternoon. In the meantime, you can check out Ashley’s all-natural room spritz recipe herexo, grace
*If you don’t see anything that suits your style, click here for the full roundup of 65 room sprays that I collected during my initial research.
Image above: 1. Rose Spray, $33 | 2. Juniper Spray, $20 | 3. Relaxing Room Spray, $6.25 | 4. Alpilles Room Spray, $29 | 5. Rose Home Perfume, $20 | 6. Ginger and Fig Spray, $20 | 7. Rose Room Spray, $21.50 | 8. Citron Room & Body Spray, $19 | 9. JR Watkins Citrus Spray, $6.99 | 10. Shanti Spray, $38 | 11. Japanese Plum Spray, $24
Image above: 1. Cire Trudon Room Spray, $190 (This stuff is intense.) | 2. Verbena Spray, $21.50 | 3. Verbena Home Perfume, $25 | 4. 34 Boulevard Saint Germain Room Spray, $60 | 5. Orange Blossom Spray, $30 | 6. Orange Citrus Spray, $12 for three | 7. Wild Mint Spray, $9 | 8. Thyme and Coriander Spray, $22
More room sprays after the jump . . .
Image above: Orla Kiely Home Fig-Scented Room Spray, $27