B&M are now selling a bath relaxation rack with room for a tablet and a glass of wine


Bath time is loved by many of us, as it’s a perfect way to wind down after a stressful day (or maybe several!).

There’s nothing like running a relaxing bath, pouring a glass of wine and finding something good to watch, but it can be difficult to balance all of these.

What if you drop something in the bath by mistake? Nightmare…

Well thanks to B&M, bath time has just got so much easier. Their bamboo bath relaxation rack has enough room for a tablet, a glass of wine, and even candles to really create the atmosphere.

The website description reads, ‘Take your bath time relaxation to a whole new level with this Bamboo Bath Rack.

‘Place your tablet in the groove provided and catch up on some television, play games or scour your social media. Enjoy a glass of wine by some candlelight too.’ That sounds like a plan to us!

This genius bath accessory is just £12.99, but unfortunately it can’t be bought online and is only available in-store.

bath rack

Credit: B&M

However, if you do fancy picking one of these up, you could also keep an eye out for B&M’s bath bomb advent calendar to help elevate your bath time even more. You won’t want to leave the tub!

The calendar features 12 cocktail themed bath bombs that are perfect for a cosy night in, especially when the chilly weather starts to set in.

Or if you’d rather splurge on your bath time goodies, Lush has launched a bath bomb filled advent calendar, which also features a range of their iconic products such as soaps, sugar scrubs, body lotion, shower gel, and more.

Whether you’re a mum in need of some peace and quiet, or you just feel like you deserve some you time, B&M’s new bath rack could be exactly what you need to make your next bath time as stress-free as possible.

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Lucy Buglass
Digital Writer

Lucy Buglass is a Digital Writer for What's on TV, Goodto.com, and Woman&Home. After finishing her degree in Film Studies at Oxford Brookes University she moved to London to begin her career. She's passionate about entertainment and spends most of her free time watching Netflix series, BBC dramas, or going to the cinema to catch the latest film releases.