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Creating a Natural Bathroom Environment

If you’re looking to create a natural bathroom environment that is comfortable for you and healthy for your surroundings, there are some simple changes you can make to achieve that. From installing water-saving fixtures to embracing greenery in your bathroom and opting for energy-saving lighting, there are great ways to make your space more than just a place to relax.

Keep these ideas in mind when creating a natural relaxation retreat in the comfort of your home:

Use Natural Cleaning and Bathing Products

Natural bathrooms are all about sustainable choices, eco-friendly products and accessories, and nature-inspired ideas. When it comes to cleaning your bathroom, you don’t have to use commercial cleaning products, which could be chemical-filled. Also, consider using all-natural bathing products to cleanse, nourish, soothe, and moisturize your skin. You can visit the Environmental Working Group’s Skin Deep website to discover healthier alternatives.

Reduce Water Consumption

Another idea on how to create a natural bathroom is by reducing the amount of water you use. From the toilet to the shower and sink, a lot of water is used daily. Reducing your water usage is one of the best ways to make your bathroom more natural and eco-friendly. Fix any leaky faucets, reduce your shower time by several minutes, and turn off your faucets while brushing your teeth or washing dishes. These small steps will make a big difference.

Choose Water-Friendly Fixtures

According to the EPA, toilets are the main source of water use in homes, accounting for almost 30% of indoor water consumption. If you’re creating a natural-inspired bathroom, you have to think of extra water-saving measures beyond the ones shared above. Think of installing a dual-flush toilet or a low-flow toilet, low-flow shower-heads, motion-sensor faucets, a grey-water diverter for collecting water for garden use, lowering your thermostat, and insulating your heater.

Add Greenery to Improve Air Quality

Introduce potted plants, wall-hung plants, or flowers in colorful vases on bathroom vanities. Some plants like aloe vera, bamboo, and ferns can help you improve air quality and will thrive in the more humid bathroom environment. Greenery not only adds visual appeal but also creates a nature-inspired space. Whether you’re creating a Zen bathroom or a modern space, adding plants and flowers on a corner vanity or countertop will add a splash of color to your space.

Embrace Natural Light and Use Energy Efficient Lighting

Natural bathrooms are all about natural light and warm earthy accents. If you have large windows that let in lots of natural light, then utilize them. Open your bathroom space and go for brighter walls to reflect more light. If you don’t have lots of natural light, opt for energy-efficient LED bulbs to enjoy that natural-looking illumination while also saving energy and money over time. Opt for innovative wall sconces, pendant lights, and portable vanity top lights.

Add Natural Bathroom Accessories

natural-inspired bathroomNatural bathroom accessories play a vital role when it comes to creating a calming space. There are a variety of accessories to add a rustic or nature-inspired look to your bathroom. Opt for natural textures and neutral color schemes that fit into a wide range of bathroom settings. Think of natural stone trays for storing bathroom essentials, bamboo baskets for your cotton towels, wooden brushes and massage tools, recycled bath accessories, and colorful bathtub mats.

Shop Storage Cabinets at Builders Surplus

Your bathroom is never complete without the right storage cabinets. You’ll want to reduce clutter and make sure you have stylish cabinets that can meet all your needs without making your bathroom look too crowded. Builders Surplus brings you over 75 styles of bathroom vanities, linen cabinets, corner vanities, and medicine cabinets to meet all your storage needs. Visit our showroom or contact us for an estimate or samples today.

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