ASID Trends: Home Remedies

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Health and Well-Being at Home

Designers know how to create that beloved “spa look” homeowners seek. Soothing colors, simple textures and decluttered spaces create an oasis in the home. The look is great but it is the feeling of the Spa that has us returning to our favorite retreats. Short of keeping a massage therapist on retainer, there are many ways to get the therapies we love right in the master suite.



Swap out that tired, old, water-jetted tub for a freestanding hydrotherapy tub where you can add essential oils, salts or muds. Add the relaxing and healing benefits of steam to your shower renovation. If chroma and aromatherapies are your ticket to unwinding and rejuvenating, these can be added to your tub, shower or simply installed in a wall-hung unit. Dry saunas can be added as part of the master bathroom or located near the home gym or exercise room. If music relaxes you most, select a tub that doubles as a speaker, or install a Bluetooth showerhead.

Too much? Play new age music from your cell phone play list, light your favorite scented candle, slide into a hot bath and hang a “Do Not Disturb” sign to the bathroom door.


Lynn Middleton

Kitchens & Baths by Briggs

913.387.4900     |     KBBriggs.com

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