10 Wreaths That Will Make Your House Smell Amazing
There’s a reason you’ll find this scent in bathroom soaps and dresser sachets — it’s calming. Plus, a ring of dried lavender is simply beautiful.
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Pinch of Cinnamon
After this eclectic fall wreath was assembled, this blogger used cinnamon leaf oil to give it a spiced scent.
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After you complete the surprisingly simple process of drying your orange slices, use rosemary as a fragrant accent.
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This blogger hung this whimsical wreath (we love this woodland aesthetic) in her entryway, to greet guests with a fresh punch of greenery on the way in.
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Cinnamon scented pinecones are easily attached to a grapevine wreath in this weekend project.
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Lots of Rosemary
This herb isn’t just for cooking! Try it out as your new home’s natural scent.
Sage’s soft green hue makes it a perfect accent for understated holiday decor.
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Take a lap around the flower market and pick up whatever strikes you — this blogger chose garden roses, poppies and ranunculus.
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This blogger used several boughs of evergreen to make her wreath full and lively. Use faux berries to add an extra accent.
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Filling a wreath with faux pumpkins and leaves is one thing — including cinnamon sticks, eucalyptus and oven dried oranges is quite another.
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