Secure your spa by closing and latching any doors. Often thumbscrews are present to make it easy to secure doors. You might want to consider covering your spa for the winter with a cover that blankets both the water surface and cabinets. Using a cover like this helps keep snow melt or rain water from seeping into the spa and causing freeze damage.
This 18,000-square-foot luxury retreat, known as Terra Veritatis, features an on-property spa. This luxe space has as its focal point a dramatic circular pendant lit with a romantic red-tinged glow. Broad windows overlook the property's stunning outdoor vistas.
Neutral ceramic and glass tile create a spa-like feeling in the shower that now boasts a niche storage area and seating under the window. The green glass sinks add an interesting detail to this transitional bathroom.
This finished backyard at the Johnson residence features a covered patio with a fire pit for chilly nights and a spa for relaxing by licensed contractor Matt Blashaw and his crew as seen on the HGTV's Yard Crashers.
A maple vanity topped with creamy natural quartz offers his-and-hers sinks, plus under-counter storage for spa essentials. Contemporary stainless steel vanity hardware and bath fixtures add subtle sheen in a space defined by smooth, neutral surfaces.
Designer Mary DeWalt selected a color scheme for this home--blue, green and brown--that she brought outdoors for masterful effect. As seen here at dusk, the soft beige hardscape surrounding the turquoise blue pool displays a serene aura against the blue sky and verdant landscaping, the same feeling that is imbued indoors.
Ashe marble floors and walls create a streamlined look for this luxe master bathroom. The large walk-in shower beautifully contrasts against the walls with dark gray tiling and features dual rainfall shower heads.