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The rise of the spathroom: why wellness at home is a growing interior design trend.

 

Who remembers the days when the bathroom was simply a place to shower after a long day at the office? Or a room to remove make-up before slipping into bed for a long, peaceful slumber? In our fast-paced, digitally-driven society where the importance of self-care and mindfulness has become more significant than ever, today an increasing number of interior design clients are realising that their bathrooms should not only be a place for bathing but also a personal sanctuary, transforming them into the most ritualistic room in the home. Enter the ‘spathroom’.

“This transformation in bathrooms isn’t just about aesthetics, it’s about creating a rejuvenating and relaxing environment, and a personal retreat from the hustle and bustle of life,” Liz Beal, design associate at Goddard Littlefair tells Effect. “With the right design elements, a bathroom can become a mini spa that provides a luxurious, calming and pampering experience.”

As self-care becomes an increasing priority, today’s bathrooms are following suit as hotel-style luxury makes its way into the comfort of our own homes.

 
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Who remembers the days when the bathroom was simply a place to shower after a long day at the office? Or a room to remove make-up before slipping into bed for a long, peaceful slumber? In our fast-paced, digitally-driven society where the importance of self-care and mindfulness has become more significant than ever, today an increasing number of interior design clients are realising that their bathrooms should not only be a place for bathing but also a personal sanctuary, transforming them into the most ritualistic room in the home. Enter the ‘spathroom’.

“This transformation in bathrooms isn’t just about aesthetics, it’s about creating a rejuvenating and relaxing environment, and a personal retreat from the hustle and bustle of life,” Liz Beal, design associate at Goddard Littlefair tells Effect. “With the right design elements, a bathroom can become a mini spa that provides a luxurious, calming and pampering experience.”

Who remembers the days when the bathroom was simply a place to shower after a long day at the office? Or a room to remove make-up before slipping into bed for a long, peaceful slumber? In our fast-paced, digitally-driven society where the importance of self-care and mindfulness has become more significant than ever, today an increasing number of interior design clients are realising that their bathrooms should not only be a place for bathing but also a personal sanctuary, transforming them into the most ritualistic room in the home. Enter the ‘spathroom’.

“This transformation in bathrooms isn’t just about aesthetics, it’s about creating a rejuvenating and relaxing environment, and a personal retreat from the hustle and bustle of life,” Liz Beal, design associate at Goddard Littlefair tells Effect. “With the right design elements, a bathroom can become a mini spa that provides a luxurious, calming and pampering experience.”

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