Transforming Bathrooms into In-Home Spas
For many individuals, the busiest room in the home is also the most peaceful.
The newest trend in houses, according to interior designers, is to transform bathrooms into opulent living areas, and a recent survey suggests that homeowners may be onto something. The Rheingold Institute in Cologne, Germany, discovered on behalf of the German bathtub maker Kaldewei that bathing caused psychological changes and concluded that a soothing bath in the evening was tranquil and helped individuals “wind down.”
So how can you turn your bathroom into a spa at home? Aromatherapy is a viable option. Try out these delicious bath recipes:
Fortune and Peace
Add 4 tablespoons of honey and cream together with 5 drops of jasmine, 3 drops of orange, and 2 drops of vanilla to warm bath water.
Dream Soak for the Spirit
4 tablespoons of honey, 3 drops of lavender, 3 drops of rosemary, and 2 drops of violet oil can alleviate stress and anxiety.
Boil one cup of lavender flowers and filter into bath water using a strainer. Add 1 to 2 tablespoons of cream and 2 drops of peppermint oil.
Obviously, all the lovely scents in the world won’t help you relax if your bathroom isn’t comfy, and the bathtub is an excellent place to start.
The leading manufacturer of bathtubs in Europe, Kaldewei, produces opulent bathtubs that are guaranteed for 30 years. The bathtubs are made from an enamelled steel that is resistant to damage from cleaning agents, abrasions, impacts, and scratches. The scratch resistance helps prevent the growth of germs, and the bathtubs are easily cleaned with a dry cloth, so you can spend more time resting in the tub and less time cleaning it.
Additionally, the bathtubs are resistant to the long-term deteriorating effects of scents and oils, making them ideal for aromatherapy.