How to improve your bathroom


Bathroom, Kohler’s VibrAcoustic, Good Sound Vibration

The tubs had come a long way since my great-grandmother’s time. A tin basin filled with warm water was as luxurious as a Saturday night bath. The most popular modern bathtubs on the market are practical and at the same time practical. They are like hedonistic pleasure pods, equipped with the ability to emit a multitude of sounds, colors, smells and vibrations.

Is all this high-tech bath magic just a bunch of hooligans? Many medical professionals don’t think so. Aquatic remedies have long been used in Oriental medicine to improve well-being, relieve pain, and restore balance to the body and mind. In fact, buying a bathtub with one or more features can be a wise investment in your family’s health and well-being. Check out the options available in today’s modern bathtub.

Described as “music that users can feel in their bones,” the new acoustic system combines songs with vibrations that fill the tub and resonate throughout the body. Kohler’s VibrAcoustic technology conveniently hides beneath the surface of the tub, where a sensor transmits music under the draught. Choose from four built-in songs or connect your smartphone, tablet or MP3 player to play your own.

Quiet Whirlpool

Given that the day is full of cell phone calls and traffic, you may crave silence instead of stone. Then enjoy a hydrotherapy tub with what’s called a silent whirlpool. What you can hear everywhere is your own sigh. Canadian manufacturer MAAX offers a line of massage tubs that are 66% quieter than other whirlpool systems. You can even save energy: the system recirculates the heat generated by the pump back into the water to keep you warm, and power consumption is reduced by 350 watts.

Change the color of the water in the bathtub, MAAX

In the 1970s there was a craze for atmospheric rings. A stone that changes color depending on the emotional state of the wearer. Mood rings may be a fad, but there is strong evidence of a connection between color and emotion. This is the science behind pigment therapy. Today’s version of the bathtub uses a palette of LED lighting to change the color of the bath water and improve your mood.

Based on Ayurvedic healing rituals practiced in India for centuries, chromotherapy uses warm colors such as red and yellow to enhance alertness. Muted indigo and purple are truly inspiring. Companies like Kohler, MAAX (MAAX) and BainUltra (BainUltra) have gotten into chromotherapy, and if you have the money, you can do it.

Add aromatherapy, Add the feeling of heat

Did you know that you can enhance the positive effects of aromatic bathing sessions by combining them with aromatherapy? For example, if you want to relax, combine purple light with the aroma of lavender and jasmine. For a more stimulating effect, rosemary combined with red light does the trick. The MAAX AromaScents option has a built-in pump that sprays a lightly scented mist. Simply add a few drops of essential oils, which are kept out of the bath water, and you will achieve the desired energy level.

Do you have spinal pain after spending time at the keyboard? You’ll find sweet relief in Kohler bathtubs with heated surfaces. This feature with three custom settings allows the bather to sit leaning against a heated surface that compensates for the temperature of the water.

The MAAX bathtub with the ThermaZone™ option includes a heated backrest with selected temperature settings to relieve neck, back and shoulder muscles. And with one of Aquatic’s new bathtubs, you can cool down as warm as you want, thanks to a built-in heater that constantly maintains your desired bath temperature.

Do not try to bring into a new interior everything bright and flashy.

Remember: in everything there must be a measure, and it is much wiser to choose small accessories in pastel colors than rainbow objects, which in a few days will make your eyes water.

Good changes are so good that they do not catch the eye and pleasantly caress the look and feel.


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