The Best Bathtime DIYs to Kick Off Your Self-Care Routine
The holidays can be exhausting in more ways than one. So come January, it's totally normal to hit the reset button. Setting new intentions for yourself and decluttering start your year off on a fresh page, but so is creating a calming oasis in your bathroom. DIY a little something for all of your senses with lotions, candles, decor, and plants. Don't forget a good book and a killer soundtrack to complete your experience.
DIY Candy Striped Concrete Candles: There's nothing better than reclining in the bath after a long day, that is, unless you have the flames of a beautiful candle flickering on your vanity. (via A Kailo Chic Life)
DIY Amethyst-Infused Gem Body Oil: Bring the power of crystals into your beauty routine to save your winter skin. (via Blissmakes)
DIY Bathroom Organizer: After Kondo-ing your medicine cabinet, you can corral all that's left onto this handy little caddy. (via Paper & Stitch)
DIY Essential Oil Diffuser: Create your own custom blend, one for each corner of your powder room. (via A Beautiful Mess)
DIY Toothbrush Holder: Get the boutiquey spa look with wood on wood, and keep your toothbrushes off the countertop. (via The Merrythought)
DIY Cedar Bath Mat: You know what feels great? Not having to wash a bathmat. This one dries itself and can be stored away when not in use. (via Brit + Co)
DIY Terrazzo Clay Incense Holder: Like marble, terrazzo is synonymous with luxurious settings, and now, with your bathroom. (via Blissmakes)
DIY Essential Oil Candles: Make one for every mood, and you'll always be able to unwind and relax. (via Hello Nest)
DIY Crystal Planters: All you need is a little natural light to keep a plant going, and with a bit of moonlight, your crystals can recharge too. (via Jojotastic)
DIY Lucite Bathtub Caddy: Live your best bath life with a proper tray for wine, chocolate, and your show of the week. (via A Beautiful Mess)
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Ariel loves color, bold design, and eclectic decor. She goes by many names including "color decor wizard” and is also the voice behind PMQ for two (www.pmqfortwo.com) where she creates interiors and decor that are renter-friendly and creative.