Inspired by the beautiful spa-master baths from our White Horse project by Camelot Homes in Scottsdale, AZ, we asked the members of the PDI Team: How would you design your dream spa-master bathroom paradise?
When thinking of spa-master baths, our senior designer Edie G. thinks of them as “luxurious, with natural stone, spacious in layout and freestanding tubs are a must.”
Spa-Master Bath of Verano, Plan 3 by Pardee Homes in Santa Clarita, CA
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Our designer Miori N. is “totally partial to Japanese spa baths”–where the “water stays hot and you can soak in a deep tub!” In the Japanese culture, the bathing area is a space to relax and rejuvenate the mind and body, after showering, you hop into the hot soaking tub. “If I ever remodel my future home, I’m definitely adding a Japanese style spa bath,” she says.
Here is how Miori conceptualizes a Japanese style spa bath in her home:
As for our Brand Manager and Senior Designer Roseli K., she would design her spa-master bath to have a “large open shower with all glass doors,” a freestanding tub, stone walls, and ambient natural lighting. It also “must have an incredible view!”
Spa Master Baths of Plans 1-3 at Avignon by CalAtlantic Homes in Brea, CA
Chris Le, our Social Media Strategist, is new to our industry and has seen a handful of projects during the final install stage. The spa-master baths from Harvest at Green Valley by TRI Pointe Homes has caught her attention. “I haven’t really thought of what kind of master bath I would want as of yet–there are so many options out there! But, I really love the walk-in shower with a rain shower head! Also, there’s an incredible amount of natural light in this bathroom during the day. It’s a gorgeous space to be in anytime throughout the day,” she says.
Spa Master Bath of Plan 3 at Harvest at Green Valley by TRI Pointe Homes in Fairfield, CA