Modern spa ideas & inspiration

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What makes the perfect modern spa?

The perfect modern spa should mean you spend your long days at work day dreaming about returning home! Having a calming place to spend your time and relax in your favourite way is a great way to invest your money. This luxury may actually only be a dream for many but, if you’re one of the few, then investing time and money into creating a beautiful ambiance is essential!

Although many people may not even consider having a home spa, you may find that with simple tricks, it may be easier than you think! If you have enough planning and inspiration, then you are more than likely able to create a perfect modern spa in your home!

In order to have a perfect spa, you should take into account how to create a relaxing ambiance in your home. One of the best ideas is to cater to all five senses! Whether you use candles or incense, have a place where you can play relaxing music and, for a modern room, use neutral colours. All these components drawn together can make a perfect modern spa!

Modern spa ideas and inspirations

There are many places in which you can find inspiration and ideas for your modern home spa.

Thinking about your preferred design and colours is a good place to start, for example, having warm colours is often a good way to create a cosy atmosphere. The lighting should be kept warm.

In contrast to using a variety and mixture of pastel shades sticking to shades of blue is a soothing colour and one that is used often but works well for a modern spa.

There are many different places in which you can find ideas and inspiration, from magazines to local spa resorts. Always remember to keep in mind exactly what it is that you enjoy most about the spa experience so that you can recreate it in your own home. Home spa ideas are easier to come across than you may realise!

With homify, you also have the ability to check out many modern spa ideas and even save these into an ideabook. With an ideabook you have a great way of reminding yourself exactly what you expect from a modern spa.

How do I design a modern spa at home?

In order to have a perfect modern spa in your home it is worthwhile to spend time researching your options and perhaps speaking to professionals if you are new to the process! There are hundreds of choices which you can make from equipment you would like to have to the colours that you find most relaxing.

Where you are going to put your modern spa is also something to take into consideration. If you would like to have it in a room which is too large, then hiring an interior architect may be essential. Changing the shape of a room for your spa can be an expensive process, so always remember to draw up your budget before you begin any work!

Another good idea would be to make use of the guest bathroom or of any spare room that so far had been used only for storage purpose. You would primarily need to set up a water supply for the modern spa and work on the décor.

Deciding on whether you would like to include a sauna, steam room or any other spa equipment is worth taking into account before you begin too as these need planning before! Your choice in colours should create a soothing atmosphere – blues, whites and brighter choices are often most popular.

What do I need to consider when building a modern spa at home?

When building your modern spa it is worth remembering that it is not a cheap option and any mistakes can mean you have a room which you don’t like spending time in. It is well worth considering hiring an interior architect who specialises in spas, this way you are likely to have a room which is well put together with your favourite spa equipment.

The atmosphere within your spa is something extremely important to consider. Making sure your spa is in a quiet spot in your home, or even sound proofed, is a good idea if you live in a noisy home! You should also consider how often the modern spa would be used. Keeping this in mind the owners can decide where it should be placed and how big it should be.

Remember to take into account the number of people in the family who would be using it too so that you can choose the right equipment and size.

What equipment do I need for my home spa?

As well as décor, you should consider equipment – do you need a massage table or a sauna? Would you prefer a music player or radio to listen to? There are hundreds of different choices for a rather small space, so remember to keep your eyes peeled for inspiration!

The types of equipment would again depend on the people using it and which features they would like to have. A Jacuzzi or a sauna would also be recommended. In addition to that one can have a massage chair, a pedicure machine or even a face massager when considering your home spa equipment. Your equipment does not necessarily have to be expensive, if you have a limited budget then just creating a space in which you can sit and reflect may be a great idea. Foot massagers are not often expensive either, remember to do your research before you buy!

What facilities does a spa need?

There are many different options when it comes to equipment for your home spa. If you are hoping to include a sauna or a steam room then you will find that the price will be a lot more expensive than if you are just hoping to include a heated lounger and a foot massager! However, this shows that no matter your budget there are options for you! Remember that your spa should include everything you need to relax after a long day at work. As many people pay for gym memberships every month often to just be able to use a sauna, you may find that you actually save money by having one in your home!

If you do decide to have a sauna, steam room or hot tub, if you have children then it is essential that you have the right safety measures in place. Always remember that you are able to hire a professional to install your sauna. Although there are many DIY options out there, reparations could cost a lot more in the future if you don’t have experience!

What other styles could I choose for my spa?

As with all aspects of home design, there are so many different options when it comes to choosing what you would like from your spa. A modern spa may appear chic and this style is popular among many homeowners, but it is definitely worth looking into other options too to make sure you have made the right choice! Creating a safe haven just off from your home is a great way to ensure you enjoy retreating to your spa. However, having a unified style from the previous room is often a great way to create a peaceful atmosphere too! The options are endless.

Industrial style spas

The industrial style makes use of darker colours and metal elements. A good idea for this style would be to have exposed pipes, but this means hiring a professional in order to make sure everything is safe! Dark wood works well for this style, so saunas would be great in an industrial style room. This style is becoming more popular and emphasis on geometric shapes makes it a more interesting style to choose!

Rustic style spa

A rustic style spa also makes use of woods and darker colours, but should create a homelier feel than that of the industrial spa! Exposed brick may also work here as well as interesting tiles! There are many different options for this look, using homify you will be able to find great ideas – from raised bath tubs to tiled flooring, there are hundreds of great options!

Country style spa

A country style spa should create a feeling of being out in a retreat, far away from the stresses of everyday life. Using wood and natural colours is a good way to implement this style. Having emphasis on a large bathtub may also work well here. Colours used are often homelier, from yellows and oranges to darker browns. You may even consider including plants for a country feel!

Eclectic spas

Eclectic styles are becoming increasingly popular with homeowners as they do not limit your creativity! To create a perfect eclectic spa, you should use your favourite colours and accessories, bring in as many candles as you please and have a serene yet quirky atmosphere to come home to! Interesting tiles and patterns work perfectly for this style too. And, if you don’t have the budget for expensive saunas then you will find that a homemade spa could even be as simple as using scents and having somewhere comfortable to sit, practice wellness and meditation or simply reflect on the day!

Classic spas

The more lavish homeowner may choose to have a classic spa. This style works best when you have a larger space to play with as high ceilings and expansive rooms can accommodate the expensive choices often needed when creating a classic style. Often, this style gives the appearance of a spa in a luxurious hotel so remember to include touches such as large tiles in neutral colours or even pieces of classical artwork.