Steam comes of age

Formerly the realm of day spas, luxury items such as steam showers are increasingly finding their way into everyday bathrooms
A view of this bathroom features a steam bathroom, cabinetry, chest of drawers, floor, flooring, furniture, home, interior design, room, brown
A view of this bathroom features a steam shower designed and built by Someone's in the Kitchen and the homeowner.

We all deserve a little pampering once in a while, and one of the best stress releases is to indulge in a day spa treatment.

Ironically, it is one of the contributing factors of stress lack of time that stops many of us from visiting a spa.

The obvious solution is to create a home spa, then any spare time can be used to recharge our batteries. The concept is not a new one whirlpool tubs have been around since the late sixties and are de rigueur in most modern bathrooms. These days, a new range of products have extended the concept, says Someone's in the Kitchen president Mark Horwath.


A view of this bathroom features a steam bathroom, cabinetry, chest of drawers, floor, flooring, furniture, home, interior design, room, brown
A view of this bathroom features a steam shower designed and built by Someone's in the Kitchen and the homeowner.

"Developing technology has seen conventionally commercial amenities, such as steam showers, being re-developed for the residential market."

Your home spa experience doesn't have to be limited to a steam shower though. The specialists at Someone's in the Kitchen can provide you with all the elements needed to create your own home spa.

"Working with our design and build team, clients from across northern Illinois, and into the western suburbs, enjoy a professional bathroom or master suite creation experience," says Horwath.

A view of this bathroom features a steam bathroom, cabinetry, chest of drawers, floor, flooring, furniture, home, interior design, room, brown
A view of this bathroom features a steam shower designed and built by Someone's in the Kitchen and the homeowner.

For further information, contact Someone's In the Kitchen, 1619 North Main St, Princeton, IL 61356, phone tollfree (800) 468 4354, fax (815) 879 0607. Website: www.someonesinthekitchen.org.

Jun 08, 2007
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