Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Find the Perfect Tub to make the Perfect Date.


Nothing says Happy Valentine’s Day like a heart shaped bathtub. This adds more than a touch of romance. Doesn’t look comfortable? There are six hydrotherapy jets that disagree. Each jet is strategically placed to target the shoulders, back, legs, knees and feet; providing relief to sore, aching muscles that collect the tensions of the day or year’s relationship.

Don’t want to go that extreme?

Vintage Tub & Bath’s champagne clawfoot bathtub creates an idle bubble bath while still having a shower head for everyday use. A clawfoot tub completes any bathroom, but a champagne clawfoot tub adds a bit of innovation, relaxation and romance. Turn a remodeling idea into a Valentine's Day surprise this year.

If you were not planning on remodeling your bathroom anytime soon, consider just getting away for the night to a place that already has the perfect tub. For those who live in the Northeast or others willing to make a road trip for romance, a fool-proof plan is the Caesars Pocono Resorts, home of the world’s only 7 foot tall Champagne Glass Whirlpool bath. This is the ultimate Valentine’s Day get-away. Caesars offers the Champagne Glass Whirlpool in the suites at four different Pocono Resorts. Each suite is accented with elegant, imported tile, stunning Egyptian murals and d├ęcor, a tantalizing heart-shaped pool, a dry sauna and massage table, along with a cozy log-burning fireplace. Caesars suites guarantees love is in the air and the water.

Monday, January 28, 2008

Valentine’s Day Recipe Served in the Bathtub

Most cook a romantic dinner for their loved one on Valentine's Day. Here is a recipe to enjoy after that special meal and doesn’t break any New Year’s resolution diets. Use a pinch of this to transform an ordinary night into a serving size for two of romance.

Need some alone time to yourself? There's no need to look for an excuse for a quiet, relaxing bath. This quick fix recipe can be stirred up for one at anytime.

Romantic Bathtub Potion Recipe
3 cups

5 min prep

1

Cup Baking Soda


1

Cup Epsom Salts


1

Cup Citric Acid (available at drug stores)


3-5

drops essential oils (Lavender, Rosemary, Thyme, or Rose, Patchouli for example)


  1. Mix first three ingredients in a large bowl.
  2. Gradually add a drop of various essential oils to the mixture.
  3. Lavender relieves anxiety.
  4. Rosemary and thyme revitalize.
  5. Rose soothes and patchouli is very sensual.
  6. Stir ingredients thoroughly.
  7. Transfer ingredients from a bowl into a glass container, such as a jam jar.
  8. Seal tightly and shake well.
  9. Draw a warm bath
  10. Adding 1 to 2 tbs, of mixture.
  11. Sink in and soak for at least 20 minutes with someone special

Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Spend Valentine’s Day in the Bathroom...

...and we don’t mean on the toilet.

With Valentine’s Day less than a month away, Vintage Tub & Bath is finding uses for bathtubs other than strictly bathing. Every year people search for new romantic ideas to do for their significant other that isn’t just a box of chocolate or jewelry. This is the “holiday” that the phrase, “it’s the thought that counts” is actually true. Between now and February 14th, we’ll be offering unique, romantic ideas that will score you major brownie points with that special someone.

Single? Do something special for yourself. You'll fall in love with your creative side.