Luxury bathroom spa design tips – Check out tips on how you can make your normal bathroom look like a luxury bathroom spa.
In order to make your time spent in the bathroom more pleasant, you must think of the details first. And when we say details, we mean the ones that will obediently serve all your habits, will caress your skin and soothe all your senses.
Here are a few essential steps that you need to have in mind when transforming your bathroom in the spa paradise you have always dreamed of.
Divide your Bathroom in a Couple of Zones
Zoning your bathroom is a key stage in making the interior design of this place, because this will set its functions for the years to come. However, zoning is often associated with some serious repair and conversion work. That is the reason why it is a good idea to do it first.
No matter how much space you have, you must separate the “wet” from the “dry” zone. The sink and the mirror, the bathroom drawers and the toilet must be isolated from any water. A great idea is to separate the shower not only because of the water but also to save ourselves the need of cleaning after using some substances that are typical for the spa procedures.
Make a Boudoir in the Bathroom
If you have a large bathroom, a great idea is to make a boudoir in it. The boudoir must be places in the driest part of the place and include a dressing table, a comfortable chair and why not a nice couch. This part of your bathroom may become the most intimate area in your entire home but it is also the perfect place for making some of your spa mixtures. When choosing the furniture for your boudoir try to find some drawers for your essential oils, soaps, cosmetics and herbal essences.
Ventilation is a Must
You must carefully consider the whole idea of making a luxury spa into your bathroom at home, because you will need a highly-efficient ventilation system. The relaxing effect of spa over our whole mind and body is also a result of fresh air and light aromas. So, if your bathroom is always wet and there is no ventilation system, there will be always a smell of damp and mould, no matter what aromas you use.
It is true that a bathroom doesn’t need a bath in order to become more functional. However, if you find some extra place, put a bath, which will give you the opportunity for different spa procedures. If you have decided to equip your home with a spa tub, choose a hydromassage one. The optimal model must have at least six hydromassage jets. Also, when choosing a jacuzzi, it is important to ask about the way it is supposed to be cleaned.
Lightning is Essential
The lightning in your bathroom is not only important, it is actually the factor that is able to make the space more functional and create a different atmosphere every time you turn it on. The best way to create this particular effect is to put several light sources on the ceiling of your bathroom that will be responsible for distributing the light flow. Put some extra lightning sources around the mirror.
The more exotic and extravagant the decoration of your bathroom is, the more relaxed it will make you feel when entering your own piece of paradise. The choice is all yours. Do not forget to put some aroma candles that can be lit in some special cases. Candles represent the fire element, which increases the energy of water. Put some live flowers or other plants that will help you balance the energy of fire and water.
Choose aromas that soothe you and make you relax. Your bathroom should represent you and your feelings. Use some small containers where you can put some fresh herbs such as lavender, rosemary, sage, etc. They will balance your energy and add pleasant aroma. Avoid using some air fresheners because they release toxins in the air, and that will ruin the whole idea of creating a luxury spa. Always use natural products.
Choose the Perfect Colours
The most suitable colours for your luxury bathroom spa are light, natural colours such as light green, light yellow, blue and lavender. You may experiment with different shades of blue, green and grey in order to create the perfect balance. Try to avoid red, purple, emerald green, navy blue, black and brown.
Author Bio: July Minor is interior designer and entrepreneur. She runs a company for Camberwell cleaning specialists and a small design studio. Her dream is to establish furniture company.