How to Make your Bathroom Feel Like a Spa

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The bathroom is more than just a space to get ready on busy weekday mornings, it’s also a place where you can escape from the stresses of everyday life. But if your bathroom feels far from tranquil and indulgent, it won’t do anything to help you feel calm and relaxed, and it will be the last place that you feel like retreating to after a long day.

So, if you’re stuck for ways to make your bathroom feel like a spa, then check out these top tips from bathroom specialists, BigBathroomShop, and you’ll soon be feeling inspired.spa bathroom

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Enjoy a relaxing soak

If there’s enough space and budget allows, it’s worth replacing an old bath with a freestanding one. Freestanding baths come in both modern and traditional styles, and are perfect for adding wow factor to the bathroom. They incorporate plenty of space to ensure a relaxing and comfortable bathing experience.

To enhance a sense of relaxation, play some soothing music and place some scented candles around the bathroom

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Countertop basins

A countertop basin, or two, will add instant spa-style luxury to your bathroom. This style of basin is becoming an increasingly popular choice, and they come in various shapes including round, oval, rectangular and square. Team with a high rise or wall mounted tap for an eye-catching feature.

Squeaky clean

All spas pride themselves on cleanliness, and you won’t notice a grubby mark or soap grime anywhere. So, take inspiration from this, and thoroughly clean your bathroom on a regular basis to keep it sparkling.

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New towels

Swapping out old towels with some new luxuriously soft ones is a quick and easy way to add a spa-like feel to your bathroom. Choose white or cream, and complete the look with a matching bath mat. You could even roll some towels up and display them in a wicker basket.

A clutter free space

Your spa bathroom should be free from clutter, so hide everyday toiletries and cleaning products in a vanity unit or cabinet to ensure the space remains calm and organised. There are many storage solutions available including vanity units, cabinets, shelves and baskets to suit any budget and bathroom.

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Rainfall showers

Rainfall shower heads are a must-have item for any spa bathroom. They deliver a refreshing rainfall effect that will leave you feeling calm and relaxed. Add some massaging body jets to your shower system for a true spa-like showering experience.

Add some greenery

A touch of greenery will add an instant spa-style touch, and enhance a sense of calm and relaxation. Plants create an inviting feel, provide an attractive feature and bring oxygen into the room. Place foliage around the bath, hang from the ceiling or display on a shelf for a luscious feel to your bathroom.

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Make use of wood

Wooden surfaces provide a soft, natural feel, and look great against a white basin and toilet. Wood can also make your bathroom feel cosy and welcoming, and can be introduced through accessories, a ladder shelf and traditional style vanity unit.

Neutral colour scheme

A neutral colour palette is the way to go when it comes to a spa inspired theme. Pale shades create a serene haven, helping you to relax after a stressful day.

Luxury toiletries

No spa-inspired bathroom is complete without some luxurious toiletries and candles. Display them on a wood or metal tray and place on a shelf or next to the basin. You could also keep your bathing essentials close to hand on a table placed next to the bath, or on a bath rack.

 

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Thanks to bigbathroomshop.co.uk for partnering with us on this post!

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