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The Newest Spa Mosaic Decor Trends: How to Design and Accessorize

Dreaming about a spa getaway, but 2020 has grounded your travel plans? We’ve rounded up the latest in spa decor trends so that you can bring that pampered and rejuvenated feeling home. 

The best bathroom style trends often start with spas and resorts and then make their way into home design. Read on to learn how to start planning and setting up a serene getaway of your own, with all the best ideas for spa decor. 

It’s Natural

Blending the outdoors into your home spa space is guaranteed to lower your stress levels and lift your mood. Adding big doses of potted plants, utilizing windows and doors that open directly out to a courtyard, and incorporating details such as stone, bamboo, wood, mosaic decor and even moss are ways to feel more grounded.

The doors next to the sunken spa tub shown below can be opened out onto the private space. Tiled walls and a granite surround complement the wood accents, as well as the lounge outside. Once you’ve relaxed in a hot bath, you can curl up outside to read, meditate, or just nap.

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This airy bathroom has a surprise element: A mini-atrium for the owner’s potted palm trees, lined with natural stone pebbles. Take note of the hanging lanterns that provide extra ambiance. Other spa-inspired details: An oversized mosaic decor shower room with overhead spray nozzles, soothing colors on the accent wall mosaic pattern, and an oversized sink basin.

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There’s a good chance you spotted a trendy “green wall” as spa decor on a recent visit. These living pieces add oxygen to the air and thrive on the humidity. Below, a selection of mosses and vining plants are anchored to the wall above the soaking tub. Other natural details are the large piece of petrified log that’s used as a side table, and the slate flooring. 

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You may not make it to Fiji this year, but the spirit of tropical spa visits can fill your home. An outdoor soaking tub with a teakwood surround already looks exotic. After adding a canopy and muslin curtains, a bath becomes an experience. Natural stones, an outdoor shower, and a private plant jungle add to the spa-like mosaic decor.

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Open Showers

Popularized at spas and resorts, open-style showers and shower rooms are a big design trend. Lined with tile,  open and inviting – they provide therapeutic water action and aesthetic appeal.

This urban bathroom has some great details. Twin overhead shower nozzles, teak shower floors, and the use of mirrored walls are just a few creative ideas.

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Tucked under an atrium window, this spacious shower has mosaic wall art that keeps it from feeling cold and sterile. Overhead nozzles aim the water spray downward and create a “bathing in the forest” atmosphere.

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This inviting shower room has all the necessary components for a leisurely scrub: a marble seat, multiple water nozzles, and an outstanding piece of mosaic art to ponder as you bathe. 

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Lounge Away

A delectable part of spa visits is settling into a comfy lounger while you relax from your massage, wait for your treatments to work, or listen to soft music. Now, you can incorporate these features into your own home spa decor. 

An oversize chaise is a comfortable and welcoming spot in this simply appointed bathroom. Marble tiles, a smoked glass shower enclosure, and a sunken tub provide everything the homeowner needs for a soothing retreat.

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Heated beds within the shower/steam room? Yes, please! Prepare to see more of this type of built-in feature in the future. 

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This shower room is bright, open, and surprisingly practical, despite the luxurious accents. One of the best elements is the built-in bench – perfect for lying down or just stretching out after a long, hot shower.

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Mosaic Floors

A feature of spas for centuries, it’s now easier than ever to add mosaic floors to your home spa space. They work beautifully in showers and other areas exposed to water – and they’re non-slip by nature.

Wouldn’t you love to slip under the water in this private residence? Actually, why would you even need to visit a spa, after spending time here?  

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On a more modest scale, even shower floors are uplifted with a mosaic tile floor treatment.

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In this bright white space, the glass-enclosed shower might seem a bit cold, due to the abundance of white tile and fixtures. The floor’s mosaic pattern in a busy, cheerful blue was the perfect, grounding touch.

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Mosaic Rugs are another way to add pattern, color, and warmth to a spa-like environment, without the worries about water or vacuuming. 

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These Spaces Are All About the Soak

New home designs have been featuring “Retreats”, rather than just a “Master Bath”. Whether using a colorful stand-alone soaking tub or evoking the feel of a shrine, these spa-inspired spaces feature the fine art of bathing, front and center!

Tropical ambiance? Check. Built-in beverage tray? Check. A tub you can sink into? Check. This bath could be anywhere in the world – or just past your bedroom door!

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This palatial version could easily be the location for a whole day of home spa treatments!

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Although this almost feels like a Shrine to Bathing, there’s actually no reason why one can’t enclose a free-standing tub and add columns. Why not celebrate your inner Greek God or Goddess, light some candles, and indulge in a soak with some aromatherapy?

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Niches and Shelving

It’s a subtle detail, but current home design trends have stolen the idea of niches and shelving directly from the best spa destinations. There, they hold accents like candles and carefully chosen accessories. At home, you can do the same! 

Soft, neutral colors and natural stone elements are set off with the array of candles in the wall’s tile-lined niche. 

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Staggered high shelves in the shower space make it possible to enjoy lighted candles in this luxurious spa bathroom. Soft lighting also sets off the watery effect of the mosaic decor shower floor.

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Tiled columns and glass display shelves let the accessories float above the bathtub. This particular space actually uses several of the design trends we’ve discussed: Can you spot them all?

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As you can see, the spa decor trends have lots of practical and inspiring ideas for any home. The question is: Which one would you like to try first? 

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