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Giving Your Bathroom a Spa Feel

Giving Your Bathroom a Spa Feel

We all deserve to be pampered now and again, but not everyone can afford a trip to the spa on a regular occasion. But, what if you didn’t have to? Why not bring the spa to you instead? A few changes to your bathroom can give it a spa feel, which will completely transform how you relax when you are at home. Keeping that in mind, let’s take a look at some of the best ways to give your bathroom a spa feel.


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Add little touches – It is the little touches that make all of the difference when it comes to creating a luxurious environment. For example, have plush bath robes hanging up on the door so that you can use one once you get out of the bath or shower. It is also worth buying a bath tray, so that you have somewhere to put your glass of wine and book while you are soaking in the tub.

Choose a deep soaking tub – You don’t need to spend a lot of money in order to have a relaxing soak in the bath. If you have a small bathroom, you may feel that a lavish soak is unachievable, but this is certainly not the case. Go down the route of choosing a small yet deep soaking tub and you will definitely feel the difference.

De-clutter – You are never going to be able to relax in your bathroom or appreciate the beautiful décor if you have clutter everywhere. De-cluttering is a necessity when giving your bathroom a spa feel. Have you ever walked into a spa and seen empty product bottles everywhere and old magazines in the corner of the room?

Warm up with heated towels – Another way to give your bathroom a lavish feel is to invest in a heated towel rail. Once you get out of the bath, you can dry yourself off in a warm towel, and then put on your plush robe. What could be better?

Focus on scent – One thing that really stands out about a trip to a spa is the therapeutic scents. If you are to give your bathroom a spa feel, you definitely need to focus on scent. Choose relaxing scents that enable you to unwind, such as cherry blossom or vanilla. You can use candles to create a lovely atmosphere, but if you’re a bit worried about this approach, oil diffusers work just as well.

Add some calming music – Calming music is a necessity for bath meditation. You don’t need to spend a lot of money to add a speaker to the bathroom. Classical music is proven to help people relax, or why not play sounds of the ocean?

If you follow the tips that have been provided above, you will give your bathroom a more relaxing feel, making it your own home spa. When you get back from work, you will be able to truly unwind in your serene and revitalising spa/bathroom space.



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