Tuesday, 8 March 2016

Tips on how to make the most of your hot tub

A hot tub is a great place to sit back and relax after a long day. But, how can you make this relaxing setting a little more laid back and inviting? These are a few ideas to consider when sprucing up the outdoor area of the home, and adding a little bit of a relaxation setting around the hot tubs.

Consider mood lighting

Not only can you choose lights which flash, pulse, or change colours, you can set the mood for the perfect evening when you want to kick back and relax. There are a variety of lighting options to choose from, so you can find something that suits your mood and style, regardless of when you want to enjoy the tub.

Add jets

You can custom set the jets in the hot tub, or add additional jets to help with the relaxation you wish to enjoy. With many different options, jet designs, and spray and intensity settings, you choose the level of relaxation, and you decide how powerful or soft they are going to be.


Install speakers into the tub

Water proof speakers are a great addition as well. You can listen to calming music, you can listen below or above water, and you don't have to worry about the speakers getting damaged outside either. If you want to add flowers or a soothing fountain outside the tub, this also adds to the calming setting which you are trying to create in this outdoor space. 

There is no single answer when it comes to making the most out of your hot tub, and creating the most calming, relaxing environment possible. These are however a few great ideas which you can incorporate to the outdoor space, and can consider adding when modifying the hot tub, to ensure a more relaxing environment each time you step into it. 


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