Curbly has certainly featured its share of techniques to add pleasant scents to your home and person (here, here, here, here, and here), but there are those time when your home is ALREADY aroma-ed, and you'd actually rather give it the old neutralize rather than cover it up.
To that end, Apartment Therapy offers these solutions and others:
- Simmer a pot of half vinegar and half water
- Simmer a pot of water with lemon and orange peels
I really get into the change of the seasons, and though it's not autumn yet, it's gonna be quite soon.
I appreciate a seasonally-scented home, but dried flowers and nut-ish things don't really suit my design aesthetic. I have pretty bad allergies, so only the natural-ist of candles are safe, but you can't leave those burning for long periods of time.
So, is there a modern solution to make one's home autumnally-aromaed? Or a tricky way...