How to Turn Your Bathroom into a Spa
May 28, 2012 9:34 am
Wouldn’t it be wonderful after a long day at work to come home to a soothing spa experience? It’s not as difficult as you might think. Here are a few ways you can turn the bathroom in your new home in Plano, TX into a relaxing spa:
Massaging/ Multiple Showerheads – Melt away your stress by switching your showerhead for a massaging one, or add multiple showerheads for maximum body coverage and relaxation.
Steam Saunas & Showers – Who needs to go to the gym for a sauna, when you can install one right in your own bath? Special pre-fabricated steam shower units trap billowing steam for a stress-free experience.
Spa Lighting – Add multiple lighting sources or a dimmer switch, so you can have spa ambience when you want it, and bright lights for shaving and makeup application. Consider adding shower lighting to your new home in Plano, TX too. It will help you spot grime, and keep your bath looking its best.
Candles & Aromatherapy – Lighting candles create a serene mood, while scents like lavender, bergamot and patchouli help to instill relaxation.
Air-jetted Whirlpool Tub – Soothe your sore muscles and relax aching joints with an air-jet whirlpool tub. The tiny air bubbles massage more gently than water jets. Plus, they can be lower maintenance too, since water jet pipes need flushing to clean and bubble bath, oils and salts are not recommended.
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