7 DIY Bathroom Mats For A Spa Feel

7 diy bathroom mats for a spa feel cover

We’ve already shared some simple DIY bathroom mats of fabric and yarn and today I’ll share something more special. If you don’t feel like a usual mat or want to add a real spa feel to your bathroom: they are made of natural materials like wood, moss and others. Let’s take a look at them all.

Wood

Sometimes, it’s hard to make a small space feel styled and put together, especially in an area like a bathroom. One way to make your bathroom look and feel more luxurious is to update the space with a few accessories. The easiest idea is to make a cool wooden bathroom mat that will add a natural touch and a chic feel to the space. The hardwood used for this wooden bathmat is actually re-purposed slats from the headboard. Get inspired!

DIY hardwood bathroom mat or a mat of repurposed wooden slats (via eclecticcreative.com.au)

DIY hardwood bathroom mat or a mat of repurposed wooden slats (via eclecticcreative.com.au)

This simple and modern bath mat brings a spa-like feel to your bathroom and is an easy enough project to tackle over a weekend! Take cedar because it’s an affordable water-resistant wood, that’s also soft, so it’s great for stepping on; teak would also be a great choice if your budget is a little higher. Wood bath mats might take a bit to get used to, but the clean, modern look definitely wins us over!

DIY cedar wood bathroom mat for a spa feel (via themerrythought.com)

DIY cedar wood bathroom mat for a spa feel (via themerrythought.com)

This creative and patterned bathtub is made of IKEA outdoor decking, yes, it’s not only a bathroom mat, it’s an IKEA hack project, which we all love. To make the bath mat all you need is 6 squares of the pre-assembled outdoor decking. The wooden squares are created in a way that allows air circulation below the mat, so the water drips through the mat, and then the air dries it quickly. Genius!

DIY spa bathroom mat of outdoor paving by IKEA (via www.houseofhepworths.com)

DIY spa bathroom mat of outdoor paving by IKEA (via www.houseofhepworths.com)

It’s not actually wood but still a very cool idea for making a mat – this is a mat made of wine corks, a great idea who love drinking wine or have such friends. Collect all the wine corks after drinking and rock wood glue to attach the pieces of cork to each other. read the detailed instructions to make this cool wine cork mat.

DIY simple wine cork bathroom mat (via sustainmycrafthabit.com)

DIY simple wine cork bathroom mat (via sustainmycrafthabit.com)

Pebbles

Such a bathroom mat will bring a spa feel to your space like no other because it’s covered with pebbles! It’s a usual rubber mat covered with smooth ocean or river stones – make sure they are porous, not slick and polished. The amount will vary on the size of the mat and can be found near rivers, oceans, or your local craft store. You may also collect some pebbles during your beach vacation, and this way you’ll remind yourself of it each time you’ll be stepping on it. Get inspired!

DIY bathroom mat covered with ocean stones (via www.tattooedmartha.com)

DIY bathroom mat covered with ocean stones (via www.tattooedmartha.com)

Grass And Moss

If you are in mood for a naturalistic and very unconventional bath and shower mat, then this one tops them all. This is a moss bathroom mat, and moss is a great material for making a mat. Moss gets its moisture and nutrition from the air around. They thrive on damp air which makes bathroom the perfect place for the moss shower mat. Not only that, moss is known for collecting harmful particles like smoke and bacteria and absorbing them.

DIY real moss covered bathroom mat (via www.jebiga.com)

DIY real moss covered bathroom mat (via www.jebiga.com)

Do you like the way that grass feels on your feet? Maybe you should make a bathmat made of grass. The piece is made of foam and real grass planted into these tiny ‘planters’. Such a mat will be very natural and awesome, it will easily add a spa feel to your space.

DIY real grass bathroom mat (via en.fishki.net)

DIY real grass bathroom mat (via en.fishki.net)