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Take Time To Relax With Luxurious Bathing
The bathtub specifically is a last refuge of parents who get precious little time to relax.
People tend to work more and play less these days. Time for relaxation and isolation are few and far between. For that matter, so are the places a homeowner can escape to if given the chance. Similarly, the bathroom , or master bathroom, has long been a place of solitude for homeowners, especially parents. The bathtub specifically is a last refuge of parents who get precious little time to relax.
So the bath is a logical choice; it is cleansing, relaxing, solitary, and therapeutic. The logic among today's remodelers is to reinvent the bath as the most luxurious spot in the house. Adding floor space, large vanities, and jacuzzi tubs are just the tip of the iceberg. The 21st Century luxury bath is a monument to today's overworked, over-stressed homeowner.
Many of today's elite luxury baths are in fact showers with ample space, doors rather than curtains, and wide shower heads for a rain-like experience. Now add in another handheld shower head, digitally controlled steam bath feature, and other jacuzzi-like features such as jets shooting water from the walls in all directions. It's something akin to standing up in a hot tub without getting out.
Of course such luxury cannot mean going without. So the tub and shower often remain separate. Luxurious tubs have features like hot tub jets, extending nozzles, light and sound therapy, and even tiny holes that shoot out air after th...
Unconvetional Bathtub Variety; Roman, Stone, Japanese and even Teak!
A luxury teak bathtub. Photo Credit: Square Magazine
Bathroom tubs come in an endless variety of sizes, colors, and styles, and deciding on one can be daunting. But oh, the possibilities of design can be so fun; why not let your imagination go wild or a little unconventional? Why settle on the traditional square acrylic?
The first thing you will want to do, though, is know your style for the overall bathroom. Base your choice on your needs, desires, and budget. Think about the bathroom becoming a place of decompressing, a haven of peace and tranquility, or even a place for a touch of romance.
Now, let's talk exotic and unconventional.
Teak Bathtubs. Now, you might think that wood and water don't mix, and generally speaking, that's true. However, that's not the case here. Teak wood bathtubs are kiln dried, having low levels of moisture. This ensures that the wood won't split or warp, even in extreme hot and cold conditions. It also keeps the wood from expanding or contracting, thus resulting in an enduring product that will last for years. The wood is beautiful and striking and makes a perfect choice for soaking bathtubs in Asian or Tropical decors.
Stone Bathtubs. These types of tubs are usually, for practical reasons, freestanding or pedestal tubs. They are more often than not for soaking. They come in natural stones like marble, limestone, or granite with grain patterns and color stains to give that exotic unique look. These tubs are a little ...