If you have a bathtub, we have got the perfect project for you! These DIY spa tub bath caddies will make your evening soak an experience, and they look good enough to be decor, as well! Don’t lie people, who wouldn’t want a place to set a book, a glass of wine, some bubble bath and a few dark chocolates, all while taking a soothing “spa inspired” bath? Consider. This. Done.
Love this knotted fir bath caddy from ‘Martha’. Quick and easy directions on how to make this, but what makes it different is the more natural state of the plank. Call around to local wood shops or lumber supply to see if they know where you can get a piece with a live edge for something really unique. (A live edge is that uncut, natural edge.)
From ‘Ehow” this rustic bath caddy from reclaimed wood makes this both an amazing place to set scented candles, but also environmentally friendly, too! Good tutorial, charming project!
This DIY spa bath tub caddy from ‘Interiors by Kenz’ proves you don’t have to have a claw foot tub to get a luxury look! She made this from leftover wood from another project. Boom, doubters!
From ‘Domestic Diehard’, this DIY bath caddy and bench used 1×1 planks simply screwed together from the back. Looks like an expensive teak version, and makes a good bench as well!
Our next project is from KariAnne at ‘Thistlewood Farms. Her DIY leather and wood bath caddy was a gift from her brother, and is as elegant as it is useful. The leathers straps really make it look high end. And oh my Lordy, that claw foot tub of hers! Anyone out there not think this may be the best post we ever had?
Ok, if you want to learn how to build a bathtub caddy, this is it. From Kayla and husband Justin at ‘My Crafty Spot’, let me just say, Oh. My. Amazing. This caddy is everything. Wine glass and book holder? Whoa. I will never get out of the tub again. So this is a DIY tutorial, and a good one, but it’s also not as simple a project as some of the others. Good news is that they will be selling these in their online furniture shop too, if you don’t have the skills! Isn’t my birthday coming up? ;) Honey?
This pallet wood bathtub table by Angie from ‘Knick of Time’ is not only replete with rustic charm, it’s cheap! And easy! And so perfectly practical! Easy, quick tutorial. Anyone can do this!
Ok, so this one doesn’t have a tutorial, but by now, you got this, right? ‘Marshalls Abroad’ has this photo of a bath caddy that looks like reclaimed or pallet wood as well. I like that the planks are vertical, makes it really interesting!
Ok, last one! From Colleen at ‘Lemon Thistle’, this DIY wooden bath caddy has a great tutorial with tons of step by step photos. Love the color of stain they used as well. So pretty!Image Credits: Ehow, Martha, Interiors by Kenz, Domestic Diehard, Thistlewood Farm, My Crafty Spot, Marshalls Abroad, Lemon Thistle