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For many homeowners, nothing beats the feeling of coming home after a long day and relaxing in your own private space. But unfortunately, our properties usually aren’t always as tranquil as we’d hope.
Some bathrooms in the UK can be dull and outdated. Whether that’s because it’s too tiring to keep up with the latest trends or it’s low down the ‘to-decorate’ list, it’s not uncommon for the bathroom to be your least favourite space at home.
In this guide, we’ve shared how you can transform your bathroom into an at home spa, along with some top décor techniques to make it the most relaxing room in your house:

Choose warm tones

When it comes to redecorating your bathroom with relaxation in mind, one great tip is to use warm colours throughout the space. Colours like burnt orange and brown can help the bathroom feel cosier and can often be added without a major overhaul.
You could replace the towels in your room with brown ones, or add a neutral-coloured bath rug to create a spa at home feel. If you want to make a bigger impact, you could consider using waterproof bathroom flooring to make the bathroom look more like a personal spa.

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Use soft lighting

One of the biggest aspects you need to consider when creating a relaxing space is the lighting, so you may want to consider replacing blue-toned bulbs with those that are softer.
Features such as downlights can allow you to turn-off and relax and with the ability to change the brightness on some models, it’s the simplest way to turn your bathroom into an at home spa.

Light candles

The chances are, if you imagine a dreamy space, candles will be included somewhere! For that reason, you might want to display some delicately-scented ones around your bathroom for that spa feel.
They can also be used a form of soft lighting.

Keep it fresh

Because spas are extremely hygienic places, you’ll want to ensure that your bathroom is clean and free from clutter to get the same effect.
This can be done by ensuring that white surfaces stay that way - free from stains and condensation! Keeping the area fresh can be done by ditching traditional tiles and their associated mould, for plastic wall cladding, which does not require grout.

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Use storage effectively

After de-cluttering, you could use hidden storage features to ensure that items such as toothbrushes, hair products and towels are out of sight.
This can be done through installing wall cupboards to store smaller items. You could also consider storing larger items in other rooms to make the bathroom clutter-free.
As you can see, you don’t have to complete major renovations to make your bathroom feel like an at-home spa. Don’t forget that our team of experts are always on-hand to advise on the best wall solution for your home; making sure it complements your bathroom and caters to your budget.