Build the Perfect Home Spa Experience

When it comes to creating the ultimate bathroom oasis, the home spa calls for an environment that’s peaceful, luxurious and stylish. While channeling peace and luxury may be a given, style is an element that’s just as important. A space that doesn’t suit your specifications is hardly conducive to relaxation. Along with your residential steam shower, the right mix of bathroom fixtures and furniture work together to produce a personal retreat that’s truly reflective of you. For those seeking stylish inspiration, here’s a look at some of our favorite designs for a traditional or modern home spa.


Stately and elegant, the traditional style represents luxury from a bygone era. Inspired by ancient Roman baths, Stone Forest’s Old World Bathtub is a stunningly-crafted testament to times past. Carved from a solid block of carrara marble, the bathtub features unique veining and natural coloring of the distinctive stone, which complements a rich, traditional aesthetic.

Distinguished by the sinuous, semi-circular projection of its basin, the Stone Forest Renaissance Console brings an“old world” feel to the bath. Also carved from honed carrara marble, this classic vanity sink combines the subtle detailing of the washbasin with traditional console legs in aged brass or polished nickel.

A stately sink requires a faucet just as luxe to match. With vintage styling, the Gramercy collection by Watermark Designs offers inspiration from one of Manhattan’s most historic and exclusive neighborhoods. Classic cross handles displaying timeless “hot” and “cold” labels, while the rest of the collection rounds out faucet, shower and tub filler fittings for your traditional bathroom.


With a fresh and modern look, the Kartell by Laufen collection breathes new life into the bathroom suite.

Designed by ludovica and roberto palomba, this collection brings together Kartell’s mastery of plastic and LAUFEN’s expertise in ceramic bathroom pieces. The new saphirkeramik material offers an exceptional hardness and bending strength – all while weighing half of what it would normally. Featuring bathtubs, washbasins, furniture and more, this collection’s style is both functional and poetic.

Adding another luxurious element to the contemporary bath, the VOLA towel warmer is a modern marvel. Comprised of a built in unit which hides its technical components behind the wall, it is designed as a flexible system of bars which can be combined in number and location to fit any given interior design or tiles arrangement. Not every bathroom needs five towel bars, but with the VOLA towel warmer, you have the flexibility of adding up to 20 bars! This concept allows maximum freedom and provides a great design solution for any modern bathroom.

With a warm towel waiting for you, all that’s left is to take a relaxing shower. Sensuous and sculptural, Luna is one of GRAFF’s most elegant and contemporary bath and shower collections. Exquisite lines and fine European craftsmanship combine to create this family of fixtures – available as a vessel filler, roman tub filler and thermostatic shower forms in polished chrome and Steelnox® satin nickel finishes.

What do both traditional and modern home spas have in common? Residential steam showers. We opt for ThermaSol systems because they offer a variety of controls that fit in both traditional and modern settings (or anywhere in between). ThermaSol’s Serenity Light & Music Systems produce high intensity full spectrum light and sound to create the ultimate relaxation experience.

Paired with the Solitude Mobile Application, users can control all steam shower functions (including light, sound, temperature and more) via handheld wireless devices. Peaceful, luxurious, stylish – this steam shower is all three.

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