Imagine creating a fragrance from just ordinary items you already have. Lemon, vanilla, rosemary, and peppercorns.
First of all, this isn't my recipe. It came from Williams Sonoma (along with the featured picture) - I want to give credit up front since this is a fantastic and easy way to scent your home by using what you most likely already have in your kitchen.
I believe that my home should always smell amazing. Mixing up your fragrance routine is something most people don't do very often. For instance, when we get a new candle, we light it and use it until we finish it off then we reach for the next one. I personally like to mix up the fragrances so I don't get nose-blind to the fragrances I put into my home. If we use the same fragrance every single time, days on end we end up not only going nose-blind but wasting the experience which also is like wasting money.
After using a fragrant candle, I put it away and the next time I get a different fragrance to use. This will help you not get bored or even nose-blind. Now, if you run out of your JOHNSTON + EICHER scented candles and need a great recipe try this one from Williams Sonoma. It's fantastic.
How To Make Your Home Smell Like A Williams Sonoma Store
Welcome guests to your home this winter with the fragrant aromas of rosemary, vanilla, and lemon via this easy simmer pot. As the ingredients warm slowly on the stove, they begin to release a combination of fragrances that may remind you of a soothing cup of tea or creamy, lemon-scented custard.
In a Dutch oven, combine the rosemary, lemon, vanilla extract, and black peppercorns. Cover with water and bring to a simmer over low heat. Continue to simmer, uncovered, for up to 2 hours.