Marjoram: The Herb Of Happiness

There is a multimillion dollar market for bath and spa products. However, the most effective bath additives can be mixed at home for a fraction of the price of store bought bath salts and aromatherapy capsules. Below you will find information about five different spicy bath mixes that you can add to your water to stimulate, relax, ease soar muscles, relieve itchy skin or just reduce your stress level.

If you are looking to create a sense of tranquility in your rooms, choose light and airy colors, such as light purple, light green or light blue. The furnishings should be primarily covered with linen fabrics. Avoid heavy fabrics, including brocade. herbal incense on the coffee table and a scented candle can also add serenity.

Slipcovers can do for your furniture what paint does for the walls. Buy a set of white or off-white cotton canvas slipcovers for a really quick way to refresh your living room decor for the new season. This can become your new tradition to bid winter farewell each year. It’s a classic way to refresh the living room and it only takes a few minutes. Now that’s what I call a quick change!

You will want to bring the element of water into your home; a good way to accomplish this is to purchase a tabletop fountain. There are several on the market, and some can be easy on your wallet. Remember the water should be clean and free flowing.

Glue clothes pins onto a yard stick and you have a way to hang all sorts of things. Tack the yardstick up in a closet and use it Herbal Potpourri to hold ties purses scarves and much more. Nail it up in an entry way or laundry room to hold jackets, sweaters and many other things.

In the fake flower section of Wal-mart or K-mart you should be able to find fall leaves to hang up around the edges of your ceiling. When hanging these you can either purchase some hooks or nails in the hardware section. This makes a big difference. It is high enough to be out of the way but just right to make that big difference.

While we’re on the subject of fragrance, I always change the fragrances I use in my home with the seasons. I tend to gravitate to spicy, woodsy or fruity home fragrances in the winter like cinnamon or apple. For a quick change, I refresh my living room every spring and summer by switching to floral scented candles, potpourri and other air fresheners. When I change the fragrance to lavender, lilac or honeysuckle, it refreshes and totally changes the mood in the room.