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January 7, 2022

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9 Home Massage Room Design Ideas for 2022

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How would you like to have a home massage room in your home in 2022? Do you want to know how to design one that will be great for your needs? If so, this article is just what the doctor ordered.

If you are like most people, however, your first thoughts probably go to the things that directly affect you on a day-to-day basis.

Home massage room design is one of those things that may not come to mind unless some incident has prompted you to give it some thought.

This article will show you 10 home massage room design ideas for 2022.

1. A Splash of Color

The dark wood massage table is a nice base for the room, but its bed cushioned recreational surfaces add a pop of color to the scene. The light walls and flooring keep everything from dark while still matching what is going on in this design.

2. Modern Japanese

With its heavy top and twin legs, a Japanese massage table reminds me of a Japanese structure. A dark wood countertop is contrasted by light walls and easy green drapes. A huge window adds a little bit of the outdoors to the room. If a large window isn’t possible try some biophilic elements in the room.

This room might have a very busy design, but the various elements come together for a finished and polished look that is inviting and sophisticated.

3. Dim and Hush

This room is nice and dark, with the natural light blocked by heavy drapes. Small lamps add just enough light to see without disturbing your sensitive eyes.

A warm brown bed complements light wood furniture, while dark floors and white walls create a sense of rest and calm. The atmosphere is deepened by the floor vase, flowers, and candles.

4. White and Bright

This room is crisp and clean, with nothing to mar the shining white walls. A dark wood massage table fits in perfectly, adding to the modern feel of this room.

While there are no frills here, there is still something very comfortable about this space. A soft green chair backs up against a set of sliding doors that lead out onto a veranda or patio for relaxation in warmer weather.

5. Shades of Red

This is the only design on this list with a hot pink wall. While it might seem odd, it actually sets off warm brown walls and a bed perfectly. A red coffee table adds to the coziness of this room like you are having coffee in your living room…but better!

Dark wood furniture makes this room feel cozy, while white flooring adds a sense of openness to this design. White drapes keep the room feeling lively and full of life.

6. White and Not So Bright

White walls of this space are slightly less stark than the ones in the previous entry by using a soft, off-white paint color. There is also a little bit more going on, including a dark wood cabinet next to a chair adds some visual interest.

Light flooring and matching drapes add a touch of brightness to this design. A simple, elegant lamp adds to the modern feel while still light.

7. Go Green

This space has light walls and flooring, but dark furniture contrasts it nicely. Green drapes are bright without overwhelming, creating a fresh atmosphere throughout this design.

You could even argue that a white massage bed is what pulls everything together since it allows the various elements to come together for a finished look. This room is professional, clean, and inviting.

8. Polka Dotted Neutrals

This room uses its flooring and furniture to create a pattern against the walls. It is a modern take on the black and white flooring that has become popular recently.

A tall floor vase ties into this pattern while adding color and liveliness to the design. A  white massage table allows the floor patterns to shine while keeping everything bright and providing a relaxing environment.

9. Wallpaper Works

While floor patterns have become popular with the modern look, wallpaper is still viable. Plus, it can be changed when you want something fresh in your space.

This room’s interior design has warm undertones tied together by the pattern on the flooring. White walls keep everything bright while creating another connection with flooring.

Things to Consider Before Setting Up Your Massage Room

Whether or not you are thinking about opening your spa or if you already have a day spa in your home, some things will make the process of setting up your massage room easier.

Lighting

If you are setting up your massage room in your home, make sure that there is enough natural light. If not, look into floor lamps or table lamps that will give you the right type of lighting. It’s also important to have some mood lighting available too!

If you are looking at opening a spa room in your home, definitely get floor lamps and floor lights to brighten up the room. If you need extra help, get a mirror and place it so that it’s facing the windows to reflect light into your massage room.

Flooring

Adding some floor décor to your massage space will make it seem friendlier and enhance the sense of peace you are going for.

Size of the massage room

If you are setting up a massage room in your home, measure how much space you have available. Remember to leave enough room around the massage table for movement.

Massage table

The massage table that you use is the most important thing to consider. Make sure that it’s comfortable and easy to use.

It’s also important to think about how tall your client is, especially if they are tall or short for an adult. It helps if you ask them their preference before buying the table.

Appropriate Music

Make sure that you have a music playback device of your choice in the massage room so that you can play soft music during your massage session.

House plants: Nature’s Serenity Source

House plants are a great way to bring nature into your home, so you might want to think about getting some for your massage room. 

Nature has long been associated with peace and serenity, which is why the atmosphere in your spare room must be calming.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the best colors for a massage room?

Warm, inviting colors are best for a massage room.

Should a massage room be dark?

No. A massage room should be well lit and warm in color and not too dark.

Final Thoughts

Remember that your massage room should be a place where you go to get relaxation. It should have the perfect lighting, décor, and feel to it so that you can take away all of your stress from everyday life. The best way to do this is by decorating the room with things that remind you of what you love most in life!

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