If you’re like any other person obsessed with interior design, you practically live and breathe through Pinterest. So much so, your dreams are filled with inspiration ranging from marble kitchen benchtops to grand, luxurious bathrooms. If your dreams are filled with spas for your bathroom, you’re in luck! We’ve compiled a list of some of the most luxurious spas known to man.
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One of the most visually appealing home spas are those that are built within the floor (also known as ‘sunken tubs’), giving off a more immersed and smoother look to the bathroom. Having the tub as part of the floor makes it look more appealing and gives it a sleek feel.
However, if having a spa built into the floor isn’t exactly your style, classic, round tubs also make for a luxurious addition to your bathroom. The size of your spa will obviously depend on the size of your bathroom. If your bathroom and your wallet can handle it, having all that extra leg room in a grand spa always makes a difference.
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If you’re a sucker for tiles, then this next spa might be exactly what you’re looking for. This home spa is for the fanatics of the classics. There’s no denying that classics will never go out of style, and tiled spas are no exception.
You’ll be able to personalise your spa as much as you want, as the colour of the tiles you select will depend on the colour scheme you've chosen for your bathroom. However, don’t be afraid and skip the opportunity to be bold. If you’re feeling up to it, sneak in a different shade of colour, separate from your colour scheme, to add an unexpected, but still suitable pop of colour.
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We’ve got another classic heading your way with the good old claw foot tub. These small but luxurious tubs have made a comeback, and we aren’t complaining.
Claw foot bathtubs will give any bathroom a more vintage, classic feel, and, due to their recent rise in popularity, you should know that they also carry a luxurious price tag. Depending on the look of your bathroom, you’ll typically have the option between silver and gold ‘claw foots’.
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This next luxury spa design has strong ties to nature as it is crafted through various small stones.
Although these spas may look tough and rough around the edges (literally), they can actually bring about a sense of calmness and tranquility.
As they are built with the help of stones, your bathroom will look uplifted with a more earthy tone. These tubs are also another way to add simplicity to your bathroom. If you’d like to stick to the ‘stone theme’, you can also collect and selectively place similar coloured stones around your bathroom.
It’s entirely up to you as to where you choose to place the stones, but you can never go wrong by placing them into a bowl on a side table or squeezing and piling them into corners around the bathroom. If you want to take your luxurious spa room to the next level, try to hunt for flat, black stones, similar to the ones you’d see at an actual spa. After that’s all done, pop on your favourite face mask and enjoy your own personal spa resort.
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These types of spas were made for those who like to occasionally dive into the world of unconventional, and that is, wooden spas.
Not to be confused with the ones you might have come across in old family photos, where your parents are in the backyard sitting in a worn-down wooden tub, getting a bucket of water dumped over their heads. Wooden bathtubs are the latest, modern trend when it comes to sprucing up your bathroom.
Although they are quite a modern move, ironically, they also add a historic, medieval element to your bathroom. Bare in mind though, there is such a thing as ‘too much wood’, so use it sparingly and your bathroom will end up looking like something out of a catalogue.
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