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Top Tips To Help You Create An At-Home Spa

Top Tips To Help You Create An At-Home Spa

There’s nothing quite like a day at the spa to revitalise yourself in body and in mind, but finding the time to go on a regular basis can be quite tricky… so what about designing your own at-home spa in the bathroom at home?

With clever design decisions, you can come up with a luxurious and relaxing space, no matter how much room you have to play around with, so don’t be deterred if you do have a bathroom that’s on the smaller side.

The key to a successful spa experience at home is to make sure that your scheme is a multisensory one, with all your senses taken into account. Sight, sound, smell and touch should all be factored into your overall design so that you come out feeling invigorated in every way possible.

Your colour scheme is particularly important, so cast your mind back to what spas you’ve visited in the past look like… they’re usually in neutral shades or white, exuding a sense of calm and serenity.

You can help bring the room to life by bringing in some plants, which will also help you feel connected to nature - giving you a big boost to your mental and emotional health and wellbeing.

Focus on the scent of your at-home spa, as well, as this will be absolutely key in helping you to relax and unwind. Common fragrances you often find at actual spas include lavender, eucalyptus, rosemary, ylang ylang, green tea, lemon flower, bergamot and mimosa. You could have a great time finding your own signature scent.

Being able to control the lighting can also help create a spa feel, so either swap your bulbs for something with lower wattage or install a dimmer switch. And natural materials are also a must when it comes to your design decisions and spas often feature lots of wood, so look out for teak, cedar and hinoki, which are all moisture-resistant.


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