3 Ways to Create a Spa Experience in the Master Suite of Your WELL Designed™ Home

Ways to Create a Spa Experience in the Master Suite of Your WELL Designed™ Home

A WELL Designed™ home will support you in so many ways. Rather than taking care of your home, the home will take care of you. Imagine a space where you can really relax, after a long day of running a business, working for charity, and taking care of your kids. My mission is to create spaces like this throughout the home — most of all, in the master suite. Your bedroom, bathroom, and meditation space can feel like a sanctuary, a retreat. Imagine staying at a high-end luxury hotel, or spa; we want to bring that feeling into your home. Feeling pampered isn’t only meant for special occasions. Here are 3 ways to create a spa experience in the master suite of your WELL Designed™ home:

Only the best for your bedroom in a WELL Designed™ home

The bedroom is a place of rest and rejuvenation. As an interior designer, I consider the materials. Finest luxury linens of silk, organic cotton, and organic bamboo, welcome you to a comfortable space. A soothing color palette is based on your tastes; many palettes soothe the senses, including light or deep blues, greens, and neutrals … which create calm in a place where you can wind down and read a good book, escape the noise from the rest of the household. In addition to the bed, the rest of the furnishings should feel inviting and soft. This is not necessarily about style; it’s more about how a certain material makes you feel. You’ll probably prefer firm, upright chairs at the dining table, yet a comfortable cushion to lean back on in the bedroom.

Spa sanctuary, stress-free bathroom

Another way to create a spa experience in the master suite of your WELL Designed™ home is to bring luxurious elements to the bathroom. I recommend adjustable lighting in both the bedroom and bathroom because dimming the lights prepares your body for a restful sleep. Special details that you would find in a well-appointed bathroom are specialty soaps, soft fluffy towels, and in the shower: body jets, a soaking tub, steam shower, and massage features. Water is so therapeutic. Overall, a bathroom design with your wellness in mind is clean, fresh and organized. Everything has a place, at your fingertips, right there, ready for you.

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About the author

Tanya Shively

Tanya Shively is an interior designer based in Arizona. She is known for her extraordinary customer service and one-of-a-kind interiors that are both luxurious and eco-friendly. She is one of the Southwestern U.S.’s few designers who consistently specify materials free of the toxins that can cause respiratory problems, allergic reactions, headaches, and other health issues. She has founded a movement, the WELL Designed Home™ to promote sustainable practices throughout the construction and design industries.

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