Many of us wish that we had huge spa-like bathrooms, but the fact is that often we have limited bathroom space! However, even if you have a smaller bathroom, there are still things you can do to give your bathroom that spa-like feel! Let’s take a look at a few ideas about how you can achieve it.
Creating a spa-quality for your bathroom is all about the right accessories It’s best to use natural objects to create this look. Think shells, stones, driftwood, or potpourri. You can arrange these objects in decorative bowls or jars and then create a display that’s worthy of a showroom! You can collect such natural objects yourself or purchase them if you aren’t able to do this. When you are choosing decorative bowls and jars, focus on eco-friendly materials like bamboo or rattan to make sustainable choices and create a modern look. There are plenty of high-quality bathroom supplies online whereby you can shop around for the accessories and fixtures to suit your tastes and style.
Plants & Flowers
A super-easy way to create a spa look for your bathroom is to buy some plants and flowers for decorations. There are so many beautiful plants out there which can thrive in a bathroom environment also clean the air of toxins. Plants like aloe vera or bamboo will flourish in the humidity of the bathroom and look great too! When you are choosing plants, you won’t want to go overboard and make your space look cluttered. A few statement pieces on the windowsill will do just fine!
Display Your Towels
Invest in some beautiful towels and then display them to create an elegant look. The best thing that you can do to display your smaller towels is to roll them. Doing so will mean that you make the most of the space and that ensure everything looks neat. Why not add some bows for an extra touch of spa-like luxury?
Adding candles or incense to your bathroom is a really easy way to create more of a luxury space. When you are choosing candles, you will likely want to choose those made from either vegetable wax or soy. This is because these are much healthier than traditional paraffin-based candles. You can also use essential oils to add to your bath. Aromatherapy has long been praised for its ability to aid relaxation. Oils like jasmine, peppermint, bergamot, and lavender are perfect for the bathroom and to promote a sense of calm.
Lastly, the bathroom is a great place to add a lovely piece of wall art that suits your desired style. You won’t want something too large if you only have a small space to work with. In general, it’s best to keep your wall space fairly plain and then use mirrors to maximize light and the appearance of space. If your bathroom lacks natural light, it could also be a good idea to get some bright LED spotlights to frame your mirrors.
Following these simple tips will allow you to make your home look more grand without breaking the bank!
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