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Spa-like DIYs for Your Bathroom

So you like the spa? Join the club. Lucky for all of us in need of some daily TLC, it isn’t hard to transform your bathroom into a luxury affair, complete with all of those de-stressing and detoxifying elements trademark of a professional spa. Keep reading for four DIY ideas.   


Sport Some Seafoam 

Is there anything more serene than lapping water on a quiet beach? Mimic the relaxation of the sea-side with seafoam. Pair the soft green hue with white or beige for a warmer look. 



Employ a Curved Shower Rod 

Hack your way to a bigger shower with the nifty invention that is a curved shower rod. The curved rod, which is corrosion and rust-resistant promises to add inches of valuable space to your shower sans any costly, time-consuming renovations. 

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Visit to read more about this curved shower rod and to shop it.


Or How About a Chic (Cedar) Bathmat 

Again, if you’re not in the market for any big renovations, a bunch of small DIY projects can make a big impact. Like this bathmat DIY, employing cedar, which is affordable, water resistant, and soft; (as far as wood goes, anyways). 

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Visit The Merrythought for full instructions on how to make this cedar bath mat.


Whip Up an Aromatherapy Blend 

We’d be remiss if we forgot to include essential oils in this rundown, (because what could be more spa-esque than essential oils). 

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Visit Hello Glow for six aromatherapy blends to help you clear everything from your sinuses to your mind. 

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