Characterized as a large tub or a small pool, a hot tub uses warm water for hydrotherapy treatments, relaxing and pleasure. Both recreational as well as functional in aesthetic, these emulate a certain luxurious vibe that can make even the most cramped of spaces seem kitschy rich. They can be installed in pool houses, either on the side, or within the pool, in lawns or patios, or even a luxury bathroom. Most people install it for recreational purposes. Its large, easy build adds a quotient of relaxed spa like aesthetic in almost each place that it is set up in. These can also emulate the pool vibe; these can be used in a recreational party setting as well. Further, we’ll be looking at a few tips on how to emulate a hot tub aesthetic within a desired space.
Hot tubs are usually available in large sizes, so finding a small one can be a bit hard. These are usually the size of a single bathtub and do not allow for more than one occupant. Aside from the usual porcelain lining on the inside, a small one can be accented with relative customization suitable to its placing and the surrounding aesthetic. Small ones are usually tall in size, so you can even customize by adding a manual staircase on one corner in suitable colors, materials and accents. Another way to add a personalized touch is to stylize by putting a small planter to the very side in order to camouflage the sleek, fashionable exterior in a more organic aesthetic.
The larger variety of general hot tubs tend to resemble a small pool, and as such, can be installed side by side in a pool house. If you do not own a pool house, then these can also be installed in a small veranda or loggia extension with a partial view of the outside. Large ones can be used to take a long dip, swim and even be the centerpiece of a pool party in the winters. The best part about the bigger ones is that their elongated physique allows for maximum comfort while drawing out the aesthetics of a larger, more sophisticated pool house.
The round version is the epitome of all garden variety hot tubs – the most easily contrived one out of the lot, around which a very exceptional rustic style interior can be mustered. Of course it can also look great in the outdoors; at the side of a property with exceptional views or even a rocky, landscaped lawn. The round, rustic aesthetic of such a style is perfect for installing in a large recreational room, and you can even fashion a cottage style ambiance with the it as the centerpiece. The simple, organic style of this kind may not be the trendiest, or even the snazziest, but it is perfect for emulating a warm, cozy ambiance wherever it is placed.
This sumptuous style would be perfectly suitable inside a large, luxury master bathroom. Its spa like aesthetic make it a sensible choice for a centerpiece. It can also be installed to the side with jet sprays shooting from above, creating a double dose of indulgence. This kind is also first choice for a luxury spa or a five start hotel room installation. You can even complement its modish fashion by styling a contemporary Zen theme around it – wooden and contrasting but definitely a suitable to its aesthetic.
The most common style, this kind of aesthetic articulation is perfect for an addition as a poolside accouterment. The hot tub of the perfect size can be designed as part of the pool interior, but it can also be designed as a separate entity outside the periphery of the main pool. This allows for maximum utilization of individualized functions for both the tub and the pool, while allowing the designers to manipulate the surroundings to resemble a five start extravaganza even in a small space. The overall outlook of such a design is especially sumptuous – a literal waterside haven in a limited amount of space.
Luxury hot tubs may not be one of a kind anymore, but there are still enough varieties out there to make you discombobulated about what you actually want. The large sized ones do not even need to be an extension of the pool; they have a wide girth of their very own. These kind need a wide station of their very own, and the relative aesthetic fashioned around them is distinctly contemporary – glossy tiles, white hues, LED lights, modern blue accents, jet sprays and more.