Only fitting that as Mom’s Day nears a spa bathroom is a reality not a fantasy. In-home spa dreams can come true with some design planning.
A good soak and a good view are all you need some days. If it works for your home, we love how this bathroom brings the outdoors in and still manages to feel secluded and private.
What’s the secret sauce to a spa bathroom design? Let’s begin. Heated floor, heated towel rack, mood lighting, comfortable tub shape and depth, privacy options, music, scents, nearby table and seat. For recent clients I was limited to existing walls and plumbing locations but a skylight was a bonus.
For these clients the natural light was above in a skylight. That bonus brought daylight and nightlight into an otherwise windowless room as the footprint was fixed. And doors at either end add privacy and quiet. Beautiful materials and art complete a serene spa bathroom. Warm towels are near the shower and tub adding a luxury touch too.
After a long, hard day at work, for me, there is no better therapy than stepping into a steaming hot bath and letting the stress of life float away. Whether or not your bathroom is the place you go to relax and rejuvenate, make this all important space lovely and inviting. Continue the spa experience using these ideas ~
We all have lots of toiletries scattered around our bathrooms. Don’t hide them. Instead display your toiletries as seen in magazines. It’s easy to do Look for containers. Apothecary jars are great for bath salts and crystal or glass bowls for small soaps. Organize them into a tray that suits the design style of your bath. Add fresh flowers, votives, and Then fill in with a few more great accents, like a candelabra, fresh flowers or a diffuser of your favorite scent.
Let us design a spa bath getaway to pamper Mom every day. Call us to schedule a consultation.