Everyone enjoys spending the day at the spa, so it’s no wonder so many homeowners are finding ways to bring the comforts of the spa into their own bathroom so they can enjoy relaxing after the end of a long work day. One of the common misconceptions about remodeling the bathroom is that the associated costs could be extravagant, but as long as you shop for sales and know how to come up with creative solutions, you can achieve the look and feel of an elegant retreat without going over budget. One of the easiest ways to achieve this is to remodel one section at a time so you can save up for the next materials you will need for your next project. Here are some great suggestions to help you transform your bathroom into a day spa, one project at a time.
The Most Important Project
Your bathroom will never truly feel like a relaxing spa unless you
upgrade the existing bath tub or shower. Consider installing a steam
shower that will help to relax your muscles and calm your nerves. You
can find amazing steam sauana accessories that will create a cohesive
look, such as stainless steel faucets, shower mirrors and shower grab
bars. Consider including a towel warmer in your budget to make your
transformation feel even more luxurious.
Focus on the Accessories
Day spas are known for the calming aromas you smell the second you walk
into the door. Create a basket with relaxing essentials such as Epsom
salt, bath minerals, soothing aromatherapy blends and a pumice stone.
Some of the most relaxing scents are eucalyptus, lavender, tea tree and
chamomile. Add plenty of candles to create a soothing ambiance.
Add the Final Touches
Consider installing waterproof speakers so you can play the peaceful
sounds of nature as you soak in the tub. Purchase artwork that also
reflects the serenity of nature and complements your color palate;
neutral colors usually work the best. Purchase a few over-sized bath
towels and a comfortable bath robe to complete your project.
Your bathroom can be transformed into the perfect place for you to relax
and meditate, and most of these projects do not even require major
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