Comfort Based Improvements To Turn Your Bathroom Into A Home Spa

Posted on 05/22/2012

Your master bathroom sees a lot of use on a regular basis, and after a few years it may be time to refresh the aesthetic of the space. If you're the kind of person who loves to spend time at the spa and appreciates the relaxation benefits it provides, why not incorporate this decorative scheme in your own bathroom? There is a variety of home improvements you can make to your bathroom that can improve its utility and create a laid-back atmosphere you can enjoy each day. Here are a few ideas to get you on the right track.

1. Additional seating. If you have room to spare, use a bare corner to include a small loveseat or chair to give you a place to relax after a long shower. This will give you a place to apply makeup, a facial treatment or simply unwind. Your additional seating will also provide a boost to your interior design, so go with a complementary fabric color that suits your color scheme. In other parts of the year, you can simply place a slipcover on top and use seasonal throw pillows to give your space a quick face lift.

2. Towel warmers. There's nothing quite like a warm towel to wrap around yourself after a long shower, and in the past this was only something you'd find at a world-class spa. However, now with the Riviera Towel Warmers from WarmlyYours, you can turn this luxury into an everyday pleasure. These elegant stainless steel towel warmers can blend in with any decorative scheme and can accommodate two large towels. These electric devices operate at a fraction of the cost of liquid-filled devices and will be a welcome addition to your redesigned space.

3. A dual-sink vanity. If you and your spouse are always quarreling over use of the bathroom, a dual-sink vanity may put those arguments to rest. This vanity will allow you to create personalized areas of the countertop that can accommodate you and your loved one's favorite bath products and give you plenty of space to work with. Look for a vanity with open storage so you can use the shelves below to stack towels, toiletries and storage baskets.

Comfort and utility should be your main goals when crafting a small bathroom, so use these improvements as jumping-off points to design a cozy and functional washroom.

Posted by:
Kathryn Scott
05/22/2012

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