3 Design Ideas for Spa Home Baths
With the cooler months quickly approaching, it’s the best time to think about design ideas that add a certain coziness to your overall home. After a long day at work, all you probably want is to relax and treat yourself to de-stressing from a busy day. For this reason, spa home bath designs continue to be a popular remodeling choice in the most recent years, including luxury designs ranging from having a glass walk-in shower, to even having heated flooring. This article is going
to discuss 3 of the most popular design ideas for spa home baths.
At first thought a free-standing tub may not seem like a special, true height of luxury spa bath component, however it surely is one since it is a design detail that is a step up from the traditional bathtub that is fitted against the wall. Luxury home bath ideas do not always have to be very fancy and over the top elements, but they may just be design items that you appreciateand hold highly. The first thing to think about is which tub fits your design style since there are
many different variations of free-standing tubs, ranging from antique claw foot bathtubs to bathtubs that are sleek and modern with smooth shapes. No matter the tub style, after a long day of work, or a stressful day in general, having a relaxing place to unwind is well earned.
Spa experiences should always be design elements that you have dreamt of having, but never actually treating yourself with. The options are endless for walk-in showers, and the customization can come down to every little detail. Do you like showers that have glass walls surrounding them, or just a matching curtain that provides privacy? Do you prefer bright and unique geometric tiles, or organic black and grey subway tiles? Or do you favor a finish that has no tiles at all. A popular spa luxury trend in recent years is the addition of a rainfall shower head that lets the water cascade down from the ceiling. The customization details are truly limitless down to the tiniest of details to suit whatever your design interests may be.
Heated floors may not be the first luxurious spa home bath experience in design one may think of, but it still is an extremely popular choice. With the cooler weather coming, the last thing you want after a nice warm and relaxing shower is feeling the cold chill of the floor the second that you step out. Heated floors come in a variety of options, but typically people install tile flooring. It’s the perfect added feature to truly take your bathroom to the next level and to the height of
Although there are many design ideas for spa home baths, the most popular elements include a free-standing tub, a walk-in shower, and heated flooring. A luxury space within your home can really add to your overall wellness of life and can reduce your daily stress levels. If you are thinking about adding a spa home bath to your home, consider reaching out to Baine Contracting, Inc. to help you make your own dream space.
By Shannon Johnstone at Baine Contracting, Inc.