Homemade Room Spray

DIY Room Spray by A Blissful Nest

I have really enjoyed creating a more chemical free home using my essential oils. It has become a passion of mine and anyone around me knows I talk about this stuff ALL THE TIME. It has been amazing for our family for treating symptoms of aches, pains and illnesses and creating a cleaner healthier home. One of the main things in our home that I loved was our air freshener plugins. I love the smell of the house always being clean (even if it’s not!). So with my quest to make a more chemical free home, I made some homemade room sprays!

DIY Room Spray by A Blissful Nest

These are the 3 sents I love the most and down below are some free printable labels for you!

-Lemon Oil (25 drops)/Almond Extract (3/4 tsp)

-Citrus Fresh Oil (25 drops) /Peppermint Oil (10 drops)

-Vanilla Extract (1 tbsp) /Lavender Oil (28 drops)

Of course I love the Young Living brand of oils for it’s high industry integrity and seed to seal guarantee. You can read more about it here.

DIY Room Spray by A Blissful Nest

What you’ll need:

DIY Room Spray by A Blissful Nest


  1. Pour 1 cup of distilled water to glass bottle (or enough to fill it 2/3 full)
  2. Add in your essential oils according to our instructions above
  3. Put top back on bottle securely and shake to mix ingredients
  4. You’re ready to use your spray!

DIY Room Spray by A Blissful Nest

Just remember to shake the bottle before each use. I may come up with some other favorite scents and keep adding to the list above. My daughter and I love smelling the bottles and creating new mixtures!

DIY Room Spray by A Blissful Nest

DIY Room Spray by A Blissful Nest

Want to grab these free labels to dress up your bottles?! You can download them HERE! All you need is full sheet sticker paper (I like these) to print on. Cut them out and apply to your bottles. It could not be easier!




DIY Room Spray by A Blissful Nest

Homemade Room Spray with Free Printable Labels by A Blissful Nest

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  1. I’ve been wanting to make something like this for quite awhile. I have a few oils but none that could be used as a room spray. I think I’ll need to get some lavender. That one sounds like it would be a heavenly combination. Thanks for the great DIY! Liz http://www.4evermysweetpea.com

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