A day spa is a way to go
when it comes to the true relaxation. Arrangements for
a bubble or steam bath to pamper your body at your
very own home spa are for those who love to splash in
luxury and style. Here are some wonderful tips for you
to set up a home spa in less space and low budget:
Choose bathtubs that are extra long and deep
for more relaxing experience.
While jets and bubbles are of course there,
showers for home spa comes with more than one showerhead and
massaging and cascading fixtures.
Use natural material and colors to decorate
home spas for the serenity.
Home spas may need more space and specialized
fixtures than a regular bath and thus, you may have to remodel
the bath completely.
A bathtub with whirlpool jets controls
airflow with variable pressure to give a personalized
massaging effect. However, you may not be able to use bath
oils or salts in them.
Bath additives can be used with the air
bubble systems though and some of the tubs feature both jets
and air bubble systems that you can choose according to your
For small space spas, narrower Japanese
soaking tubs are a good ideas, where you can sit submerged in
water up to your neck.
Hot tubs can be installed outdoors and there
are longer and narrower ones meant to accommodate two persons
at a time for a romantic bath for a couple.
Cascading effect can be achieved by
installing a wide waterfall faucet.
You can save your space by replacing
over-sized tubs wit sleek, efficient and specialized
showerheads and sprays.
Tub deck may be used as a bench for your
Two showerheads with multiple settings such
as massaging sensations and set to their heights are a boon
for couples having a romantic shower together.
A ceiling-mounted rain dome or body jets to
spray you from head to toe are some popular choices.
Thermostatic or pressure-balance valves help
you to regulate the temperature of water while showering.
Steam bath is also a popular feature that
people like to have in their shower stall.