A living space full of fresh scents is a joy to be in. Not only do pleasant scents make an area smell more appealing, but they can also aid breathing and help improve the air quality of a room.
No one wants their living space to smell bad, and since you’ll be spending a lot of time in your home or living space, it’s essential to make sure you have it smelling fresh. A lovely smelling home helps with hosting guests, having family over, or having an enjoyable place to come and relax.
We remember places or things that smell good and often associate sweet-smelling scents with positive emotions. Your living space should evoke positive emotions. A strong scent does a lot more than make somewhere smell good; it can affect your whole sense of mental wellbeing. Using a reed diffuser or a hvac scent machine can be a great way to spice up your home.
Now that we have a bit of context on why home scenting is important, let’s take a look at some of the strongest scents you can use to spruce up your living space and see what rooms suit each smell.
The first impression of your home starts in the entranceway. It’s the first place that people will enter. Subconsciously they will make their first impression of what kind of space they are entering, so you want to make sure it’s a positive one.
According to Lora Cantele, the author of The Complete Aromatherapy And Essential Oils Handbook For Everyday Wellness, a vanilla scent works well for the entranceway. If the entrance to your home has a wood finish, then a woody smell like cedarwood can work well at giving a natural and authentic scent to your entranceway.
Give Hotel Scents' free scent sample pack a try, mix and match with a few different scents to see which one works best for your home.
The Living Room
The living room should be a sanctuary in your home. It’s one of the places you’ll spend the most time relaxing and unwinding after a long day, and you want it to have a scent that’ll match this vibe. The living room is also the place where you’ll do most of the entertaining if you have guests over.
A soothing scent like lavender can be the perfect scent to give your living room a relaxing and welcoming feel. There have been plenty of studies into lavender showing it to be an effective scent to help people unwind, and it could just be the perfect scent for your living room!
Another area where you’ll be spending considerable time in your home is the bedroom. The bedroom should also be a place where you can relax and unwind. Having a sweet scent to relax and fall asleep to is the perfect complement to any bedroom.
Again, lavender is a scent that will work for achieving this goal. Other scents consider for the bedroom that has been proven to have a calming effect are chamomile and jasmine. Research has shown that jasmine has similar calming effects to valium. So, it’s a great option to consider for bringing a refreshing scent to your bedroom.
Hotel Scents offer a wide range of different options for every room in your home. Whether you’re looking at a vanilla scent for your entranceway or a jasmine scent for your bedroom be sure to ask Hotel Scents' fragrance experts on what options will work best for your space.