Are you tired of paying too much money on average spa experiences? Well, you practically have a tiny spa in your home, it just needs a few little changes to provide you with the right vibe. So, if you feel like your bathroom can be turned into a private spa, here’s how to do it without splurging too much money.
Choose calming colors
Grab a can of paint and get to work! Set the tone of your bathroom spa with relaxing and neutral colors like white, beige or blue that will create a relaxing and welcoming vibe. Leave bold colorful accents for your living room or your home office and make your bathroom very peaceful so you can focus and practice mindfulness and meditation in the bathtub.
Separate your toilet
If you want to reduce that classic bathroom-y feel of your space, you might want to get the toilet out of your sight. Of course, you don’t have to create a separate room for your toilet, just invest in a small divide for your space. For an extra spa look, choose a divide that has a very natural or a very oriental feel to it. This will help you completely relax in your bathtub instead of staring at a toilet while you’re trying to Zen out!
Invest in a Jacuzzi
If there’s one thing you need to splurge on, it’s your tub. Even though Jacuzzis aren’t a new invention, they are really gaining a lot of followers in recent years, especially among Australians who are known for their love of relaxation. For the best experience, it’s a great idea to invest in a Jacuzzi that will recreate the feel of a spa hot tub right in your bathroom. You can even add some essential oils or scented soaps to your water and the bubbles will make your entire space smell relaxing and divine! Additionally, Jacuzzis create a lot of steam, so you can get a complimentary facial with your bath. However, make sure to hire an experienced Perth plumber to handle your installation. You should never touch plumbing yourself or you can cause a lot of damage to your bathroom and your budget!
Spas always have that soft, cozy and relaxing feel thanks to their warmth. So, if you don’t want to crank your heating to the max, you can add warmth with rugs and towels. Replace your old bath mat with something soft and fluffy that will invite you to rest your feet after a hard day. You can also ditch your overused towels and upgrade to new and softer ones that will gently caress your body. Want to something really extra for yourself? Grab a towel warmer and you’ll always have toasty towels just like at your local spa!
Introduce some nature
In order to create a healthy and clean environment in your home spa, don’t hesitate to add some houseplants and flowers into your bathroom. Today, you can find all kinds of plants that thrive in humid and dark environments such as bathrooms, so you don’t have to worry too much about maintenance. If you can’t keep a plant alive for more than a few days, you can fill a vase with fresh flowers and enjoy all the colors and fragrances they add to the room!
None of these tips mentioned above matter if your space is cluttered. So, make sure to keep all toiletries, hygiene products and chemicals out of sight. Store them under the sink, in medicine cabinets or designated baskets. Only essentials ought to be at hand and your bathroom will be perfectly orderly so you can really relax.
Make sure to incorporate these design tips into your bathroom and you’ll never even think about paying for overpriced spa treatments ever again!