Create the bathroom of your dreams with BathFitter NW.

Create the bathroom of your dreams with BathFitter NW.

Turn your bathroom into a sanctuary for wellness

How to craft a multi-sensory oasis right in your own home!

There is nothing quite like a hot bubble bath to help you unwind after a stressful day. Up your bath game this spring and create the ultimate bathroom getaway. Design a space that invokes all five of your senses with these tips from BathFitter NW.

  1. Sight: Let your bathroom set the stage for relaxation and self-care. Opt for calming tones like soft blues, greens, or earth tones that naturally create a serene environment. If your tub has seen better days, consider having BathFitter NW set you up with a brand new bathtub that is sure to help create a more relaxing bathroom environment.
  2. Sound: Invest in a quality waterproof speaker to further your immersive experience with soothing sounds or music. Adding a sound element to your bathroom can help you mimic a calming spa-like environment.
  3. Smell: Use aromatherapy to further tap into your inner zen. Invest in an essential oil diffuser and try using calming fragrances like lavender, cedar, lemon balm, or sandalwood.
  4. Touch: Indulge in soft, luxurious towels and bath mats by opting for organic cotton or bamboo fabrics. Or really up your bathroom game and consider installing a heated floor and towel warmers. Be sure to give your skin some TLC while you’re at it by using a bath bomb, epsom salts, or baking soda to help ease aches and pains, balance your body’s pH, and replenish your skin.
  5. Taste: To make your relaxing bath experience truly complete, set yourself up with a glass of your favorite wine or a cup of tea, and don’t forget something indulgent to snack on like chocolate or fruits and nuts.
Along with tub replacement, BathFitter NW offers easy tub to walk-in shower conversions as well.

Along with tub replacement, BathFitter NW offers easy tub to walk-in shower conversions as well.

Bring all five of your senses into harmony by designing the bathroom of your dreams online at bathfitter.com and using their interactive ‘design your own bathroom’ tool. Just follow a few simple steps to see what your future bathroom could look like right down to color schemes, fixtures, and safety add-ons like handrails.

Enjoy a safer and more serene bathing experience this spring, book a consultation online, by phone: 877-639-2284 or visit Bath Fitter NW at their locations in Mountlake Terrace, 6900 220th St SW, or Kent, 7649 S 180th St. Follow BathFitter on Facebook or Instagram for the latest promotions and design inspiration.

READ MORE from Bath Fitter NW:

How to transform your bathroom affordably and stay in your own home longer

Update your bathroom this spring – minus the mess, time and cost of a full renovation

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