While we may be getting used to our new circumstances, Mother’s Day churned up reminders of what we may be missing out on–many of us would have liked nothing more than to pamper our mothers (and ourselves!) with a trip to the spa. Current events have caused most of the country to shut down, and spas are likely to be among the last businesses that will reopen as the coronavirus pandemic subsides. So with the new health concerns and recurring expense of spa trips in mind, why not consider investing in an at-home spa experience?
There are many variations of the home spa. From bathrooms outfitted with simple spa-like features to a room dedicated to pampering with full on spa amenities, a home spa is likely to become a favorite space for any homeowner who enjoys a little relaxation.
A spa-like environment can be integrated into the design of any bathroom. To create a bathroom-spa hybrid, it’s all about the details. First, think about colors and lighting. Serene hues, soft lighting, and luxurious textures are a good starting point. When choosing fixtures, go for spa-like options like basin sinks, waterfall showerheads, shower sprayer systems, and jet tubs. There are dozens of ways to turn regular bathroom features into mini spa experiences.
To take the at-home spa a step further, there are a variety of truly spa grade amenities available for home installation. Steam rooms, saunas, and whirlpool spas are some of the more serious at-home spa fixtures that take home relaxation to the next level. Details like mood lighting, space for a massage table, and speaker systems for relaxing music might make you forget that you are in your home and not at a spa altogether.
There are many ways to tackle a home spa project, and we would love to help you dream up a spa addition or renovation that would offer total relaxation in the comfort of your own home. We are sure that there are many very deserving mothers out there who would love to celebrate Mother’s Day every day of the year with a home spa of their own (hint, hint!).