DIY Spa Bathroom At Home

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Think Light and Bright

Keep the colors neutral – white, tan, grey or a combination of those shades – to create a relaxing mood. The lighter and more neutral the colors in your bathroom, the more spa-like it will feel.  Bright colors energize while neutrals create a calming environment.  Paint the walls if you can.  If you don’t love the flooring, get a seagrass or sisal throw rug to cover it up.

Lighting

If you have really bright lighting in your bathroom, consider installing a dimmer switch so you can control how much light you want at different times of the day.  Add lightly scented candles for those times when you want a relaxing soak in the tub.

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