Nothing says relaxation like a hot bath at the end of the night — add your salts and suds and soak the stress away. Transform your tub into a tranquil spa with this bathtub tray DIY project.
What You’ll Need:
Measure the outside width of your bathtub at its widest part—this will determine the length of the wood board you need.
Measure the inside width of your bathtub—this will determine where you’ll put stoppers on the underside of the tray (they will prevent the tray from sliding off your tub).
Cut your piece of wood to size using your measurements. Hardware stores will typically cut a piece of wood for you for free. Sand the cut-to-size piece of wood until it is smooth to the touch.
Measure where the stoppers will go. Attach them to the backside of the board with wood glue and nails.
Stain each side of your board, letting dry between sides. This step is optional—you can skip to applying varnish.
Apply your varnish following the cans directions. Let dry. Add your handles of choice.
Ah, isn’t your new bath setup relaxing?