After a very tiring day at work, nothing beats a spa visit to rejuvenate your spirit, mind and soul. However, as the cold weather begins to creeps in, most people tend to skip the pricey trip to a spa and would rather stay warm at home.
So, why not turn your own bathroom into an “at-home” spa?
We’ll show you in this blog how to enhance your life by recreating the vital spa experience right in your small bathroom by Talce.
Spoil Yourself with a Small, Deep Soaking Tub
Just because of the fact you live in a small bathroom, that doesn’t mean you are prohibited to enjoy a relaxing soak in the tub. Bath manufacturers are offering a wide array of tubs that are no longer than five feet, but deep enough to soak.
A wooden tray or board that you can slide over the tub is just so relaxing! You can fill a glass with your favorite drink, put a few candles, or even bring a book in, go in the state of art and enjoy your moment.
Speaking of candles, whenever recreating your spa experience, always make sure you have some going around the bathroom to create a magnificent aroma. If candles make you nervous, just replace them with some oil diffuser with Lavender and Cedar-wood oils
Create a Warm Feeling with Faux Wood Tiles
Warm Up With Heated Towels
Who wouldn’t want to wrap up a nice, healing hot bath or shower with cold towels, especially during the winter? To retain heat within your body, there’s no other way than embracing yourself in comfy, warm towels after a long session of hot water.
Going back to earthy Roots
If you go to any spa, you’ll notice how all the colors are very earthy. So, if your bathroom isn’t that color, then try to put plants or small trees in your bathroom to give it that extra earthy color.
Set the Mood
Dim the Lights
One of the most important thing to do when recreating your ultimate spa experience in your bathroom is to dim the lights. Maybe one of the most important factor to achieving you’re at home spa are the lights. When they’re low, it soothes your eyes which makes you feel more tranquil than ever. If you don’t have dim lights, try to put a non-burning towel over the light.
If possible, invest in hot rocks or a steam bed that allows you to add some steam to the room, or at least heat up the temperature. It feels great and isn’t too costly compared to an actual spa visit!
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