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Creating a calm, soothing spa interior is essential to help clients relax from the moment they arrive. By their very nature, spas are meant to be stress-free and relaxing. Harsh lighting, overly bright colours, disorganised therapy rooms, cluttered reception areas, an unwelcoming atmosphere, and a uninviting layout can all affect the customer’s sense of well-being. How do you ensure that your customers feel at home from the moment they step in the door? For starters, you can plan a natural, stress-free spa interior.
How to Enhance Your Spa Interior
Some of the ways that can enhance your spa interior to create the perfect atmosphere include the following:
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Although darker colours can create a cosy atmosphere that can work for massage rooms, whites and muted tones will give the illusion of open, airy spaces. It is also best to stick to a monochromatic theme to further help to create an open flow. You could use variations of the same colour in different rooms to create harmony. If you decide to use complementary colours, stick to colours that are similar in intensity and try to use toned down colours rather than bolder, brighter colours. Cooler tones can often increase a sense of tranquillity – consider adding blues, greens, and violets in muted tones.
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Look for furniture and structures that are both functional and attractive. Consider custom-made massage tables that are fitted with built-in shelves, storage spaces, cabinets, and stools. You could add solid surface storage units that double as décor. Waiting areas and reception desks can be enhanced with solid surfacing too, with reception desks that are designed in your signature colours and style. This will help to continue your colours and décor style throughout the practice, which, in turn, further enhances the flow of tranquillity. Our FunderMax exterior woodgrain range can also be used as furniture to further create a natural flow.
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Additional elements such as water features and personalised 3D displays can also help to set the mood. Water is a great way to calm the mind and revive the senses, creating calming sounds that help customers feel at ease. These can be placed in treatment rooms or in the main reception area. You could also consider incorporating some Feng Shui into your practice to ensure that your energy flows are balanced. This ancient Chinese practice uses the elements of wind (Feng) and water (Shui) to increase the flow of energy. Rooms and structures are designed to balance the peaceful yin and the vibrant yang. Salvocorp has everything you need to design functional, eye-catching structures and surfaces with a range of Staron solid surfacing products. Contact us today to find out how you can transform your spa interior.
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