Recently I’ve been busy creating a Pinterest board for the C.P. Hart home spa blogger challenge, featuring all the ingredients of my ideal dream home spa bathroom.
As my previous post mentioned, my ultimate dream home spa bathroom would be contemporary in style and have enough space in the room to provide plenty of relaxation experiences.
So they’d be a big freestanding hydrotherapy bath to ease away aches and pains, a steam room area to invigorate the senses, a contemporary shower to cool down in and a choice of two saunas, with different heats and scents, to relax in.
Although I normally like a bit more colour in a room, in this case the colours are kept deliberately neutral to help completely relax the body and mind.
I like the look of the minimalist style and design or the C. P. Hart wooden bathroom furniture and feel it complements the large, rectangular basins and design of the sauna/shower combo and steam room/sauna very well. The addition of the oval freestanding bath would help add a bit of a gentle line into the room, so that the clean, straight lines aren’t too overpowering.
As my dream home spa bathroom has a balcony space just outside, a luxurious double lounger, complete with parasol, would be just outside the room and ideal for relaxing outside in the elements (I am imagining warmth!).
Of course, any spa bathroom isn’t complete without some pampering treats and you absolutely must have a cosy bathrobe to slip on! To provide the ultimate finish and warmth for the floor, there would be underfloor heating fitted under the neutral porcelain tiles and a heated towel rail to keep towels warm between treatments.
You can see the full rundown of bathroom elements on my Pinterest board.