Sunday, 9 April 2017

Making Your Bathroom More Relaxing* || With Pebble Grey

White Bathtub on White Tile Bathroom Near Brown Framed Clear Glass Window

*This is a collaborative post*


Let's face it, bathrooms have a tendency to get a bit cluttered. Bottles and containers dominating every available surface, various shampoos, conditioners, face creams, moisturisers, hair products, toothpastes, the list could go on and on.

That clutter can make a bathroom seem messier and smaller than it actually is. Bathroom furnishing expert Pebble Grey* explains how you can eliminate clutter and make your bathroom into a much more relaxing and enjoyable space.

Maximising space


Making the most of the space in your bathroom can help you to eliminate clutter and reintroduce stylish touches that can transform a bathroom from something that is purely functional into a room that is much easier to enjoy and relax in.

When it comes to bathroom clutter you need to be brutal. If there’s a part of a Christmas gift set that you know you’ll never use get rid of it. The same goes for anything you bought and don’t use. Bathrooms are notorious for hoarding bottles and containers that you might no longer need.

Following a clean out you can look at your storage, do you have shelves or a bathroom cabinet? The key to your storage is keep it organised, if everything has a dedicated place you can eliminate clutter.

This not only keeps your bathroom tidier, but it also frees up ledges and surfaces, making a room seem much bigger than normal. Making a room feel less cluttered and oppressive is a key way to make a room seem larger, airier and more relaxing.

Relaxation mode


Shifting from a purely functional bathroom to one that can be used for relaxation doesn’t happen when you simply tidy up.

You need to make changes and add accessories to a bathroom that can help you to relax and unwind.

A Bluetooth speaker, either on its own or built into a mirror can provide access to music. Helping you to chill out however you like, either with some relaxing ambient music or belting out cheesy pop music in the shower.

An illuminated mirror can provide softer light in a bathroom, normally designed to help with makeup or shaving, it could be used to provide a light source that isn’t as stark as a typical bathroom light.

This could mean the bathroom is a bit more sedate in the way it is lit, coupled with music, and a nice bath bomb this could really help make a bathroom a superb place to soak and unwind after a hard day.

A bathroom should be somewhere where you can unwind after a long day and recharge. Through some simple accessories and taking the time to declutter and organise you can quickly and easily create your own little sanctuary to help you rest and recover from whatever life throws at you.

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2 comments

  1. Great tips and beautiful picture of a bathroom ;) I like airy and spacy bathrooms and I keep mine just like that. I love when you have a room for bath-tub, just to put it away from the wall. When you live in an apartment, bathrooms are oftentimes small and everything is squeezed together.

    Ann // Bathrooms in Aberdeen

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    1. I'd love a huge bathroom one day with a lovely roll top bath in the centre of the room! That's the dream - haha. Thanks for your lovely comment!

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