Spa Inspired Bath

You don't have to worry. You can have all the relaxation of a spa, in the comfort of your own home. We have all the tips, tricks, swaps and inspiration that you need.

Affiliate links are sometimes used on this page. If you click on any of these links we may earn a small commission, at no cost to you.

Baskets are a must. Lined baskets are even better because you can wash the linings as needed while keeping yourself organized. Unlike regular baskets, which are great but need to be hand washed.

You don't have to have a green thumb to green up your bath. Greenery is always going to add a sense of nature. Fake plants are a simple way to add some, without adding any extra chore tasks to your day.

Start by removing clutter and adding natural tones.

Don't feel bad if you don't know how to organize your home. Lots of us were never taught. Never fear, its not too late to learn. Books can help you.a

There is evidence showing that clutter causes feelings of chaos in your home. (Reach this article from Psychology Today. "Why Mess Causes Stress") Clearing counters and organizing drawers and cabinets can relieve feelings of stress.

On the other hand, having the things you use daily stored easily at hand creates feelings of ease.

By limiting your color palette, using lots of neutral and natural tones, and storing items in nice containers you can achieve this easily.

Add in natural elements and "green".

A calming atmosphere is vital to any spa bath look.

Adding in plants and greenery are "natural" choices. You can use plants on surfaces, shelves or hanging from the ceiling. They don't need to be real, either. Believe it or not, fake plants bring the same feelings of relaxation and rejuvenation.

Wood tones work well on accessories, mirror frames and on furniture, such as cabinets or a stool in the shower. Wood is often used in bath tools, too, which can be displayed to enhance the mood.

Glass apothecary jars are a lovely way to add organization and natural spa elements at the same time. Use glass for soaps and lotions, cotton balls and swabs, and other storage items.

Marble is a beautiful look. You don't have to use it everywhere, you can use it on counters if you want to, but you can also use it on the walls, or as an accent with accessories like vases and soap dishes.

Marble comes in many shades and tones, with many different kinds of veining.

The color green has the power to influence a positive mood. By surrounding yourself with natural elements you can create a feeling of contentment. Faux plants work just as well and you don't have to water them.

The extra floor space allotted by a wall mounted sink will make your toes happy in the morning while still providing lots of room to hide your stuff.

A solid teak vanity with baskets is the perfect base for your vessel sink. Open lines with concealed but accessible storage are perfect for your spa guest bath.

Use comfort elements as accessories to improve your mood. Expandable bath trays are functional and can be left out with candles and pretty bath salts.

Marble tile is beautiful and classic. Use it floor to ceiling on your walls, or sparingly on a backsplash behind a sink. Either way, it elevates the look and feel of any bathroom.

Bamboo storage baskets corral clutter and display nicely on shelves or on your toilet or counter top.

Streamlining storage can go a long way to inspiring a relaxing mood in your bath. Glass and wood are a classic mix of naturally beautiful materials.

Use black in small but substantial ways to ground your space, providing contrast and a place for the eye to rest within a muted palette. Lights like these black industrial style keep bulbs clean.

Create space for solace.

Decluttering and using natural tones and textures will take you a long way towards your goal. Hide clutter in baskets and inside cabinets. Use dividers and labels to keep things in order.

Next, add elements of luxury, such as squishy bath towels and a massaging shower head. Display wooden spa inspired bath tools, and use other natural materials like marble and stone. You can use these things throughout the room to create a mood that feels calm and refreshing.

Displaying items grouped in similar, streamlined containers, and displaying luxury bath items is another way to bring a sense of calm by eliminating visual clutter and a mood of richness and calm.

Rugs and window treatments are just as much form as function. Use a cohesive color palette and nice materials.

Calming scents, such as lavender and bergamot can be left out to enhance your mood. Leave scented candles and oil sticks on shelves. Or, use a tray or basket placed on the toilet or countertop.

If you have the space, a place to sit and a stool in the shower can be welcome relief. It doesn't need to be large either. Simply having a place to put a foot up for a shave can make things easier, creating a more refreshing experience in your bath.

Freestanding soaking tubs are easy to install and easy to clean. Deep ergonomic designs are relaxing and elegant.

You don't have to remodel your entire bathroom floor to get a freestanding tub. Choose a wall mounted spout with an extra long reach and you're all set.

Expandable shelves give your cabinets extra layers, doubling storage in the back.

Natural fibers make perfect baskets. This set of two is made from renewable water hyacinth.

The power plants have to improve your mood is real. The color green is visually inspiring. Don't worry if you don't have a green thumb, fake plants work just as well.

You don't have to be an expert to get Inspired Room Design.

Check out our blog articles, mood boards and shop to get inspired.


Website, blog and shop.

©2022 Inspired Room Design. All Rights Reserved. Privacy Policy