Spa days can be a great way to relax and unwind. However, they can be expensive and can make it difficult to find the time to go. There are many ways to create a spa bathroom in your home. You can make every day a trip to the spa. It doesn’t take much time to visit a traditional spa, or to pay the steep fees. You can access all the spa amenities right from your home. Learn how to create a spa bathroom.
Use deep colors and natural textures to remodel
Many spas have a common aesthetic: their natural textures are the main feature. Spas often use natural stone walls, deep wooden coloring, and other relaxing elements like potted plants to infuse the spa with a sense of serenity. This design style can be recreated by you to create a spa-like bathroom. You can choose natural stone or warm wood textures for your bathroom. In a bathroom that is filled with bright and intense colors, a darker color scheme will give it a more relaxed feel.
Separate the tub and the rest of your space
To make your bathroom feel more “bathroom-y”, think about ways to separate the tub and the rest of the space. You could place the tub in an arched space such as this. The tub could be placed behind a divider. This could be a permanent or literal wall. A divider with an oriental or cultural design will give your spa experience an extra dimension. It will feel more like you are in your own oasis, like a hot spring or bathhouse.
A jacuzzi tub is a great investment
It’s possible to recreate the feeling of a hot tub in your bathroom. Jacuzzis can be used to add essential oils or soaps as the bubbles in the water help disperse natural scents. You can also get a facial in your own bathroom because they generate steam faster. They can be used to relax in and let your hair treatment or facial mask set like in a spa. There are many ways to use jacuzzis at home to recreate a spa experience.
For a spa-like bathroom, choose artsy elements
You can also make your bathroom feel more spa-like by choosing artsy fixtures. It is common for spas to use unique and interesting decor. If you are looking to create a spa bathroom, it is a good idea to follow this example. The sinks shown above are just one example. You can also use other unusual sinks such as natural stone sinks or raised leaf-shaped bowls. Geometric mirrors are also an option, such as the one in the photo. This photo also illustrates how houseplants can instantly relax a bathroom. Small rubber plants and bamboo are great choices because they have an exotic appearance. Traditional spas love exotic designs.
Use alcoves or other flat surfaces
A good spa will know how to use candles to create a relaxing atmosphere. This photo shows how an alcove can be used for candlelight. The alcove could also protect the candles from the dangers of water and shower curtains. An alcove would also keep candles out of reach of the water or dangerous shower curtains. Are any of these tips appealing to you? We would love to know how you intend to transform your bathroom.