Other than the kitchen, bathrooms generally require the most amount of cleaning since it is a place that needs to be cleaned often because of its frequency of use.
Below, we’ve compiled a list of some great and easy ways to make your bathroom smell amazing. These natural remedies are a favorite to industry professionals when it comes to banishing your personal space from unwanted odors!
Upgrade Your Soaps
Keeping quality soaps with pleasant fragrances in your bathroom can make a huge difference compared to cheap commercial soap bars. While luxury soap brands like these do cost more, there really is no comparison. Traditionally made soaps from around the world use natural oils, essential oils and fragrances. Apart from the benefits for your hair and skin, these natural bath and body products smell great.
Plants and Flowers
Potted plants and flowers aren’t just for looks – they’re also natural air purifiers. While an automated air purifier can make the air seem cleaner and fresher, plants can do a much better job of filtering air, and at a fraction of the cost. Not only do plants filter the impurities from the air, but they’re pleasant to look at and provide us with a sense that we’re one with nature. If your bathroom is on the small side, consider incorporating hanging plants into your shower.
Use Essential Oils
Essential oils are a great natural way to keep your bathroom smelling great. They are actually good for the whole house as well. You can use just a few drops and keep the bathroom smelling great for weeks at a time. Asides from helping your bathroom smell pleasant, essential oils also have many health benefits that you can read here.
By using natural, dry ingredients found around the kitchen, you can create a fantastic and wonderful smelling potpourri in no time at all. Leftover lemon peels from last night’s dinner, mint leaves, and cinnamon are popular potpourri ingredients. These spices, when combined with flowers and woods from your garden, are guaranteed to create a pleasant scent in your bathroom. Additionally, potpourri makes great gifts and allows you to ‘recycle’ your garden while using fresh ingredients.