Blu Bathworks was founded by architectural designer, Michael Gottschalk, who had a vision of creating attractively priced, architectural quality bathware so that everyone can enjoy the privilege of high quality contemporary design.
Today, we feature a list of 7 inspirational bathrooms to invoke your imagination. Each of the magnificent bathrooms below have one thing in common – elaborate attention to detail.
Vanities, tubs, tiles, mirrors and flooring- these homeowners did a great job of remodeling their outdated, shabby bathrooms. Using the elements of light, color and modern amenities their previously embarrassing bathrooms are now their favorite rooms!
The first thing that you’ll notice about the new EAGO whirlpool tubs are the distinctive clear-wall design that add an entirely new dimension to the look and appeal of your bathroom decor. But once you slip into an EAGO whirlpool, you’ll discover that there’s so much more to this eye-catching tub than innovative aesthetics. Read more »
At first glance, there doesn’t seem to be much difference between whirlpools and air tubs. Both provide jet massages in a tub. But once you are in the market for one or the other, you will quickly realize that there are some important variances between a whirlpool tub and an air tub. The main distinguishing feature that sets the two apart is the mechanism by which the jets operate. Simply put, a whirlpool shoots jets of water while an air tub uses jets of air. This can have several implications in regards to upkeep, function and personal preference.
The most noticeable difference is the sensation. A whirlpool’s water jets come with the classic, high pressure, deep massaging jets that most people have come to associate with hydrotherapy. When you visit a professional physical therapist, this will likely be the type of tub they have. An air tub, on the other hand, is a more generalized, effervescent feeling. Instead of a few concentrated jets, the air tub has numerous air jets that shoot millions of massaging bubbles. It’s a gentler sensation, but still highly relaxing.
The other significant difference between whirlpools and air tubs is the maintenance. Both are relatively simple to clean. For a whirlpool, simply add in a cleaning solution (store bought or homemade) and run the jets for a few minutes. It’s also important to remember to never run a whirlpool unless it is filled. An air tub, on the other hand, is self-drying and is thus self-cleaning. Simply drain the air tub and turn on the jets until the tub is completely dry.
Neither the air tub nor the whirlpool is a superior choice. Choosing which one you install in your home is simply a matter of taste.
So you’ve decided that you want to kick back, relax and melt away all the workaday stress from your life in the comfort of your own home spa. Good – you deserve it. But that means you are about to invest in a whirlpool or air tub. Because of the meteoric rise in popularity of whirlpools, air tubs and spas, you are faced with a vast array of choices when shopping for a tub. In order to avoid making a regretful decision, be sure to follow these crucial steps.
Combining the Acumassage whirlpool system, exclusive Smooth Air™ massage and soothing Chromatherapy lighting, Premium Combo Massage baths provide a completely customizable soak. Read more »