Soothing sounds, calming aromas and invigorating treatments are a key part of any relaxing day at the spa. To bring the spa experience into your home, adding a few scented candles and some fluffy white towels is just the beginning of creating a spa-worthy retreat. With a few hardware updates and splurge here or there, your investment can pay dividends of blissful relaxation for years to come.

HydroRain Two-in-One Shower Head

HydroRain Two-in-One Shower Head

The soaking sensation created by raincan shower heads has become a popular choice for spa showers, but there are probably times you’d also appreciate having a full spray as well. Say hello to HydroRain, which allows you to choose from seven settings. Start your shower with a gentle rainfall, switch to a full spray with massage to work out the day’s kinks, then wash it all away with the shampoo rinsing spray.  You can even pause the flow to save water while you shave. 

Designed to fit a standard shower arm, the HydroRain shower head installs in minutes and pivots 40 degrees for broad coverage. It features Touch-Clean spray holes so you can spend more time oohing and ahhing and less time cleaning.  

Tub Fillers with Hand Showers

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Ara Floor Mount Tub Filler with Hand Shower in Stainless

Soaking in hot water to ease muscle aches or simply unwind was a favorite activity of ancient Romans and remains popular today. A freestanding tub turns an ordinary bathroom into a soothing sanctuary. Bathtubs come in a wide variety of styles, materials and finishes, from wood to enamel, and can feature everything from whimsical claw feet to modern, organic shapes. 

To complete your own beautiful bath, choose a tub filler with a hand shower. They are available in various designs and finishes, many of which incorporate H2Okinetic technology, which will lend an extra sense of luxury to your bathing experience.

Barrier-Free Showers

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Trinsic Barrier-Free Custom Shower

If you’re serious about creating a spa-like refuge in your home and have some funds to dedicate to your dream, consider a barrier-free shower. In addition to making your bathroom look bigger, it will remind you of your favorite spa every time you use it. Be sure to select shower elements that coordinate with your other hardware as they will be on prominent display. 

Touch2O.xt Technology

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Addison Single-Handle Lavatory Faucet with Touch2O.xt Technology

Successful spas are known for their pristine cleanliness; fingerprints and soap scum are banished from shiny surfaces. You can achieve this same immaculate look around your own bathroom sink by installing a faucet and electronic soap dispenser with Touch2O.xt Technology. Because you can operate your faucet and soap dispenser without touching them, they stay cleaner longer—no need to hire a full-time staff to clean! 

Custom Showers

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Cassidy Integrated Diverter in a Custom Shower

Personalized treatments are de rigueur at fancy spas, and there’s no reason not to bring that sense of tailoring to your own home. Once you have a MultiChoice Integrated Shower Diverter professionally installed, you can change trim styles or swap out cartridges to go from single-function to dual-function without having to alter the plumbing behind the wall, so  you can build the shower of your dreams without a full remodel if you want to make changes or upgrades later. Our Integrated Shower Diverter is built on the Delta MultiChoice Universal Valve platform, providing you with a streamlined look that you can update any time. 

Building a bathing haven in your home can be as simple as choosing a few premium elements to upgrade. You’ll end up with a getaway that makes you glad to come home, and a cost-effective way to escape the pressure of daily life. Best of all, you’ll be the owner of a spa built to your specifications that requires no commute and no membership fee.