Lowcountry Home Magazine Features Spa-Like Bathroom Trends

February 21, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Lowcountry Home Magazine, the Best Modern Home Magazine in Bluffton, SC, highlights why spa-inspired bathrooms are now becoming popular. Most homeowners are transforming their bathroom to have their personal spa at home, the media company adds.

To achieve a spa-like experience at home, adding luxurious bathroom features is necessary, according to Janet Wall, Area Showroom Manager for Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery in the Carolinas. In her article published in Lowcountry Home Magazine, she gave a clear explanation about the trending spa-like bathroom nowadays.

“There are a myriad of ways to transform your bathroom into a spa-inspired sanctuary,” she quipped. One of which is adding freestanding tubs. Today’s modern tubs feature sleek lines, geometric shapes, and a wide variety of coordinating freestanding faucets and hand showers. The tub’s generous size provides the ultimate all-around comfort and relaxation, she adds.

Another option is the addition of digital showering systems at home. Remote-controlled showers allow users to save their favorite temperatures and showerhead combinations, as well as play music. Steam showers can also give a spa-like experience at home. Adding touchless faucet, which is popular in commercial settings, is now even possible.

One thing to consider for a complete spa experience at home is to upgrade lighting systems. Adding recessed fixtures or decorative chandeliers could add a relaxing effect in the house, particularly in the bathroom. To read the full story, check Lowcountry Home Magazine online at https://www.lowcountryhome.com/.

To create a perfect spa retreat at home, the Best Home Living Magazine in Bluffton, SC recommends Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery. They offer world-class appliances, lighting, and plumbing products. Their website is www.FergusonShowrooms.com.

Meanwhile, Lowcountry Home Magazine features more home decorating ideas on its latest issue. The premier building and construction magazine serves as a vital industry source for home building and home improvement ideas in Beaufort, SC. They feature numerous local businesses from professional services, home remodeling, landscaping, plumbing, interior design, and so much more.

The home living magazine is celebrating its 25 years in the business this year. With the slogan “Better Southern Building,” Lowcountry Home Magazine aims to promote a better life for the community by being a primary source of information in the area.

Lowcountry Home Magazine also provides a directory of professionals for all occasions. They have a list of architects, builders, home design providers, and remodelers, among others. Those looking for pros in real estate, insurance, mortgage and loans, building, remodeling, kitchen, baths, windows, architecture, interior design, flooring, pools, and more can also refer to the pages of the Best Home Decorating Magazine in Bluffton, SC.

To read more stories and updates from Lowcountry Home Magazine, contact them at 843-247-7272. Their office is located at 2 C Anolyn Ct, Bluffton, SC 29910, United States.


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