luxurious chromatherapy bathing

posted by the scholar on October 28th, 2007
filed under: design, furniture

to me, a long, relaxing bathing experience is a luxury. when i think of the perfect showering experience (okay, sometimes i do!), i think of being in a cavernous room, surrounded by tons of warm-toned slate, soothing ambient light and a decadent deluge of water falling from way up above my head. jaclo gives me everything i want waterwise with their dream light shower system. imagine a delicious canopy of rain coming pouring down on you, with a thin stainless steel sheet covered in led lights that showcase the spectrum of colors effortlessly and silently. (via trendir)

jaclo_dream_light_showerjaclo_round_drenching_shower

if you don’t care for the jaclo version (huh?), kohler also makes one. their watertile ambient rain overhead shower panels come with 54 nozzles for maximum water delivery while providing the full spectrum color range. they have also included the chromatherapy (a holistic method of using color to achieve good health) option in select bathtub and whirlpool models.

kohler_watertile_rain_shower

kohler_purist_whirlpool_bath

one more thing to complete my ideal shower: no one around to hear me saying “ahhhhhhh.”


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4 Responses to “luxurious chromatherapy bathing”

  1. binny Says:

    ooh yeah, baby!

  2. the scholar Says:

    that’s what i’m talking about! 🙂

  3. Bri Says:

    Yum! I love these rain-type showers. The new trend of having bath tubs fill to the very top and flow over into an outer ring is so decadently luxurious too. It always bugs me how I can only have like 4 inches of water before it starts draining out of the little overflow hole near the spout.

  4. the scholar Says:

    hi bri,

    i completely agree with you. total immersion is a bonus and a luxury. you also need a really big water heater (or maybe the hot water on demand heater – very good), otherwise you’ll have to put the kettle on…

    nice to see you!

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