If you're like many people these days, you've been spending much more time in your own home. You're probably also missing certain community amenities such as spas, and you're most likely looking forward to things returning to normal. However, no one is quite sure when that's going to be. Fortunately, there are ways for homeowners to create spa-like experiences in their own homes — following are four of them.
Have a Towel-Warmer Installed
Few things feel more luxurious after a bath or shower that drying off with a soft, warm towel. With your very own towel warmer in your bathroom, you can have this experience every day. You can also use them to warm robes and pajamas. As an added bonus, towel warmers help regulate the temperature of your bathroom, which helps keep mold and mildew infestations at bay.
Have a Spa Shower Installed
Significantly larger than traditional showers, spa showers have multiple bells and whistles that provide a superior shower experience. They are equipped with features such as steam and mist generators and often have two or more showerheads. They also tend to be constructed from the type of natural materials such as marble, granite, and sandstone and have comfortable seating areas and ample space to store body wash, shampoo, and conditioner. Spa showers can be custom designed to suit individual needs and preferences — they can even be equipped with sound systems and minibars.
Add a Small Seating Area
If your bathroom is big enough, the addition of a small seating area will create such a luxurious ambiance that you'll never want to leave. If your bathroom isn't big enough as it is, you can always investigate the possibility of having an alcove added on. This can provide a relaxing place to sit with a book or a beverage before or after your bath or shower.
Install a Hot Tub
Hot tubs provide an excellent way to ease away tensions and relax at the end of a busy day or to get your day off to a good start. Evidence suggests that hot tubs may also benefit those with conditions such as arthritis and fibromyalgia. Relaxing in a hot tub also helps improve blood flow, loosens tight muscles, and promotes a sense of well-being. You can customize your hot tub to provide the experience that you want — for instance, tubs with built-in small jets provide targeted water massages, and self-cleaning and regulating tubs are available for homeowners who want to keep maintenance to a minimum.Share
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