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Example of a mountain style sauna design in Burlington —  Houzz
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Laura Gaskill added this to 10 Elements of a Dream Master BathNov 27, 2013

A sauna. Live somewhere cold or just love a good sweat? Embrace the wintertime traditions of Nordic countries with your very own sauna at home. Saunas don’t need to eat up too much space, and having one installed may cost less than you think.

Lisa Frederick added this to 5 Hot Tips for Home SaunasNov 2, 2012

4. Choose your heat source. Essentially, saunas heat the body in two ways. A traditional wet-dry sauna uses an electric or wood-burning heat source with stones to raise the air temperature to a point between 160 and 190 degrees Fahrenheit, on average. You also can produce steam by adding water to the stones in the heating element (hence the “wet” part).The newer infrared saunas use a radiant heat element that conveys heat directly to the body rather than the air, so you work up a sweat from within. Purists don’t consider infrared models true saunas, but these types have gained popularity in recent years. Infrared saunas are cooler (80 to 120 degrees) and can be gentler on the skin. 5. Determine the size you need. Think about how you plan to use it. Will it be party central or a solo retreat? Choose a style that has space for the number of people you need to accommodate so that you’re not spending the money and energy to heat unused space. You’ll also want to avoid making the ceiling so high that heat rises above the level at which occupants sit — 7 feet is usually regarded as the maximum.Most home saunas for family use measure between 4 by 6 feet and 8 by 10 feet.A few sauna models are shown below; you can find more premade saunas in the Products section.

Bud Dietrich, AIA added this to Goodnight, Irene: It's Time to Reclaim Your BasementSep 1, 2011

A nice sauna or steam shower would be great when we're done exercising.

Natalie Myers added this to 8 Ways to Style Up the Man CaveAug 20, 2011

Non-essential add-on: After all the roughhousing with your friends or a stressful day at the office, a steam room sauna will help melt away all the knotted muscles. The salvaged wood treatment on the outside of the sauna adds to the rustic-modern vibe here.Tell me: If you could carve out a man cave space, no matter its size, what would you put in it? Would it be in the basement, garage, or attic? More:Why Men Really Do Need a Cave

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HU-589690967 added this to SpecialDec 5, 2018

Sauna - heat source, size on west wall.

Tim added this to 116A - SaunaNov 1, 2018

Example of a closed sauna (not a glass front).

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