Bathroom Spa Denver CO

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Interior Intuitions
(303) 355-2772
288 Clayton Street Suite 100
Denver, CO
 
Bathbuilder.com
(303) 922-0351
Winona Ct.
Denver , CO
 
Kreative Kitchens & Baths
(303) 572-2252
1100 Santa Fe Dr.
Denver, CO
 
Denver Marble Concepts
(303) 333-0797
4411 Garfield Street
Denver, CO
 
Lookout The Renovation Company
(303) 975-1820
1380 S Santa Fe Dr Ste 102
Denver, CO
 
Design Times
(303) 399-4223
1209 Madison St
Denver, CO
 
Giltner Built Construction
(303) 861-4868
1615 Downing St
Denver, CO
 
Lookout Renovation Company
(303) 872-5227
1380 S Santa Fe Dr Ste 102
Denver, CO
 
A-Reliable Plumbing Inc
(303) 871-1908
1014 S Jason St
Denver, CO
 
Time For Change
(303) 587-0100
5017 Wyandot St
Denver, CO
 

Create a Budget Bathroom Spa

Don’t have the money or the time to lounge in luxurious resort spa? Turn your bathroom into a tranquil mini-version of an upscale spa with these tips.

Paint bathroom walls a relaxing pastel color. Transform dreary white walls into a pale pink, light blue or mint green oasis. According to Solera Home Improvement of San Jose, California, the tint or hue is more important than the color itself. Natural colors that evoke the outdoors, like forest green or sandy beach, will refresh your bathroom.

Even if you have a tiny bathroom in a studio apartment create more space with a shelving unit above the toilet tank. Easy to assemble two, three or four shelf units are available from Bed, Bath, & Beyond and home improvement chains. The shelving is placed over the sides of the toilet tank, giving you more storage space for spa goodies and everyday toiletries. For a sleek modern look, choose a stainless steel frame with glass shelves. Elegant wrought iron or bamboo space savers are also popular.

Browse your local 99 Cents store or the bath and spa aisle at the drugstore for cheap or discontinued foot scrubs, loofahs, body butters and massage oils. Buy manicure and pedicure tools, pump bottles, smocks and professional grade hand lotion at a beauty supply store. Stores like Sally Beauty Supply stock items you can’t find at the corner drugstore.

With the money you’ve saved at the discount store, invest in 100 percent cotton bath towels, the thick, fluffy kind used at upscale hotels. Fold and store in your shelving unit for easy access after a bath or massage.

Customize your shower. Replace your one-size-fits-all showerhead with an adjustable rainfall showerhead. Available online for around $40 , rainfall showerheads have several settings, including rain, massage and aeration (air mixed with water).

Making a few simple changes can turn your bathroom from blah to comfy without breaking your budget. Whether you’re treating yourself t...

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