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Spa Bathroom Decor

Spa bathrooms are all the rage, but this one in a summer house in Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts, is something special. Not only is it absolutely gorgeous, with its artfully wallpapered walls and swirly mosaic tile floor, but it includes the homeowner’s own personal wood-lined sauna. See more on turning your bathroom into a spa.
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Spa Bathroom Decor

While you can’t live in a spa, you certainly can make a few changes in your home to get the same calm, relaxing feeling. By following these six bathroom decorating ideas, you can turn your bathroom into your own hidden sanctuary.
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Spa Bathroom Decor

Take Inspiration from Nature – Who doesn’t enjoy relaxing by the water, preferably with a cool drink in hand? Inject that vacation vibe into your bathroom by using colors inspired by the sea. This tranquil, spa-like bathroom with its palette of sand and sea would provide relief after even the most stressful day.
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Spa Bathroom Decor

Circular The circular bath is not for every bathroom but, when done well as in this example, it’s the perfect way to create a day-spa-at-home. Circular baths are not a space-saving option so are not generally suited to more compact bathroom spaces.
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Spa Bathroom Decor

If you’re going to splurge anywhere in your bathroom, update your towels and bath rug first. A soft, fluffy, neutral-colored towel goes a long way if you’re trying to turn your basic bathroom into a spa-like oasis. Not sure which towels to buy? Good Housekeeping recommends Macy’s Hotel Collection.
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Spa Bathroom Decor

1. Enclose it Part of the joy of a spa is that ability to take a break from life — to step away from the stresses and just focus on you. So consider a way to create a barrier between you, your bathroom and the rest of the world. It could be an extra lovely/dramatic shower curtain. It could be a curtain that you place over the door for an extra barrier. It could be big plants that partially obscure the rest of your bathroom from say, your tub. Get creative to think of a way you can enclose yourself to feel protected and a little bit transported.
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Spa Bathroom Decor

As you can imagine, bath salts, yummy-smelling soaps and other treats for your body are a great way to treat yourself to a spa day. But don’t just line them up unceremoniously on your bathroom counter. Think about the presentation. Put products in lovely containers you like handling. If you have a tub, consider splurging on a lovely-to-you bathtub caddy that you can slip into a warm bath under.
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Spa Bathroom Decor

If you can’t commit to redoing your entire floor (or if you want to include an extra element of nature), add a unique bath mat. When it comes to traditional bathrooms, people usually opt for soft rugs made of fabric. While there’s nothing wrong with this, choosing an alternative style can add a spa-like feel to the room (and omit the need for a soggy piece of fabric on the floor). Try these bath mat ideas:
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“This bath is part of one of my all time favorite projects,” says designer Jamie Herzlinger. “I designed it to be a true spa — an oasis in the home.” The feature-filled shower boasts steam, two shower heads, a hand-held sprayer, a bench and even a stereo system. Cove lighting in the ceiling is “the perfect way to set the mood for a relaxing steam while listening to music,” says the designer.
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In a personal steam room, designer and architect Peter Rose created sculpted body recliners to provide a truly relaxing experience. “The undulating forms of the recliners are tied to the rectilinear forms of the wall through the integration of mosaic tile on both. Glazed porcelain wall tiles provide an elegant and immaculate spa counterpoint,” says Rose.
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For a beach house with spectacular ocean views, designer Molly Frey created a master bath oasis influenced by the watery tones of its setting. Spa-like amenities include a large shower with a combination of marble and glass tile, multiple shower heads and body sprays, a large soaking tub, radiant heated marble floors and custom-built vanities with frosted-glass detailing. “We even added a shelf to hold an iPad at the vanity, a heated towel rack and linen storage built into the eave,” says Frey.
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Not only overflowing with pampering amenities — multiple shower heads, a built-in bench, integrated storage niches — this walk-in spa shower boasts green cred, to boot: “The luxe-looking limestone wall tile is actually Lithoverde, the only natural stone comprised of 99-percent post-industrial recycled and reclaimed material,” says architect Kevin Yoder. A skylight floods the shower with sunshine, a feature the owners cite as one of their favorites.
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What’s more luxe than a wooden bathtub tray? It’s got space for your book, your loofah, your glass of wine — everything you need for the relaxing home-spa day of your dreams. You can even make it yourself by following this easy DIY from Instructables.
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A bathroom should not be a plant-free zone. Not only do they help clear the air, but they’re an easy way to add color, personality, and drama to a stale bathroom. And thanks to the higher level of humidity, the plants are much easier to keep alive (even for a green thumb!). Not sure which plants are best? Try aloe vera, bamboo, and philodendrons.
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Luckily for you, your bathroom offers the same type of personal area to de-stress, detoxify and unwind as those professional spas. Whether you’re looking to splurge on a full remodel or start small with a few simple changes, follow these six bathroom decorating ideas to turn your space into your own private oasis.
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In an Atlanta family home, the downstairs bathroom has a utilitarian Oak Hill DXV console sink, which designer Matthew Quinn notes is both elegant and durable. The shower and toilet are hidden behind curtains in Cabana Cloth from Thibaut’s Portico collection of Sunbrella fabrics. Suspending a mirror in front of the window allows for privacy.
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Get ready for your close-up by perching this cordless, LED-lit sensor mirror on your bathroom countertop or vanity. Great for low-light bathrooms, it automatically turns on as you get close to it, and the illumination is intended to simulate natural daylight. Just charge it up once every five weeks, and you’re good to go!
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Simplehuman 7X Sensor Mirror $159 BUY NOWGet ready for your close-up by perching this cordless, LED-lit sensor mirror on your bathroom countertop or vanity. Great for low-light bathrooms, it automatically turns on as you get close to it, and the illumination is intended to simulate natural daylight. Just charge it up once every five weeks, and you’re good to go!
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$159 BUY NOWGet ready for your close-up by perching this cordless, LED-lit sensor mirror on your bathroom countertop or vanity. Great for low-light bathrooms, it automatically turns on as you get close to it, and the illumination is intended to simulate natural daylight. Just charge it up once every five weeks, and you’re good to go!
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With a guiding principal of tranquility for this master bathroom design, designer Catherine Frank recommended an open layout to create a flexible, curated quality for the space. “The focal point of this linear, rectangular room is a freestanding acrylic bathtub by WetStyle; its sleek curvature and monolithic form create a sculptural vista seen immediately upon entering the room,” she says. “We specified a neutral palette to further simplify the environment, using only three materials: rift-sawn white oak, striped marble slabs and textured white marble tiles on the accent wall behind bathtub.”
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In some projects, the bath is the last space to get the designer’s magic touch. But in this renovation, the master bathroom was the first priority. Designer Andrea Schumacher created a rich, classic look by pairing khaki-colored grasscloth wallcoverings with blue-and-white Suzani-style draperies that perfectly frame the piece-de-resistance: The freestanding cast iron tub. “The mother-of-pearl fireplace surround lends a hint of glam to the room,” says Schumacher.
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If you’ve got the room, adding extra seating like a small stool or ottoman will make your bathroom look elegant and upscale. Where else would you sit while you moisturize, your legs propped up on the tub like a scene from Pretty Woman? On the toilet? No.

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