Woman in Sauna

Imagine a sauna glowing in the sunny rolling hills in your loft. The marveling sight will leave your visitors in awe. Your dream come true situation should include a modern home that rejuvenates you every day. The contemporary home sauna is a luxurious home furnishing, which gives a new definition of achievement in a person’s dream house. Pools, backyards with lots of greenery, great views on balconies, and the living room are all standard features that real estate agents quote. However, a sauna in a house today still fetches top dollar irrespective of the location. It is a limited option available in only the best houses you see in the market. The beauty of all this is that your entry into this exclusive list of homeowners is not that hard. Here are a few tips and a look at the modern home sauna designs worth implementing.

Sleek wooden sauna

elegant saunaThe elegant look is also cool for all occasions. Plain wood in its attractive brownish surface can be light or dark in color. Either way, it represents comfort and a Zen-like simplicity. Wood is a compliant material that introduces an atmosphere of meditation in the sauna. When you place your few white towels on wooden benches against wooden walls in the sauna, you immediately present a tranquil and turquoise theme.

The best sleek look is achievable when you have all wooden surfaces such that the inside of the room feels like a cabin deep in the woods. Adding ambient noises to set the mood, and leaving ample natural light from high windows to shine through the roof and walls should complete the awesome sleek sauna design.

The semi-outdoor sauna

The best example of this choice is the rooftop sauna. Familiar cedar rooftops that combine wood, plastic surfaces and marble on the floors are common in townhouses. The flooring can include layered slaps so that water draining from the sauna does not get to the ceiling or actual roofing material of the house. The natural facades give the sauna a modern appeal that does not stand out much from the traditional tiled floors and wooden doors of a typical house.

The Swiss glass and lounge

outdoor saunaIf you have space, and an attic roof, then you are in luck because you could get a Swiss-themed sauna to fit an otherwise empty storage space. The rustic interiors of the roof rafters will pair well with the modern look of the sauna that will include brightly colored soft and flat wood surfaces visible through partial floor to ceiling glass walls. You may have two walls of the cube made of glass and two walls plus the ceiling made of the soft light-colored wooden panels.

The glass walls and door will then give you a view of the rest of your attic that you convert into a lounge complete with comfortable sofas and ambient music. Your external attic walls could retain their rough edges as long as you spray them with a favored color to bounce light back into the room.

Conclusion

It is almost impossible to go wrong with the modern house home sauna ideas. Besides, you could also spruce up your sauna installation with some beach rocks with their soft surfaces to improve the mood.