Cre­ate your own bath­room re­treat

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With so much time spent in the bath­room, it is im­por­tant to give that space a lit­tle TLC like the rest of the home. Almost ev­ery­one that en­ters your home sees your bath­room. From chang­ing ac­ces­sories to a to­tal bath re­model, it is im­por­tant that it re­ceives a lit­tle refreshment. A bath­room should be an oa­sis, and the en­vi­ron­ment that it dis­plays di­rectly cor­re­lates with just how re­lax­ing it is.

While this room is seen as a place of re­lax­ation in the home, it should also be de­signed for func­tion. Bath­room van­i­ties and fur­ni­ture pieces are a way to in­cor­po­rate both at­mos­phere and stor­age. Th­ese are two fac­tors that can be in­cor­po­rated in any bath­room, large or small, be­cause the key is max­i­miz­ing space and cre­at­ing a calm en­vi­ron­ment through decor and ac­ces­sories. their orig­i­nal po­si­tion to keep a tidy room.

Use open stor­age. When done cor­rectly, dis­play­ing items can pro­vide the bath­room with character. Find clear bot­tles to store ex­tra sham­poo and body wash and store it in a cute bas­ket on an open shelf.

For more ideas on how to make your bath a re­treat, go to www.well­born.com.

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