Steam RoomContemporary Bathroom, San Francisco

Photo credit Elisabeth Fall

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whiteiris wrote:Feb 27, 2013
izzy7299 wrote:Dec 15, 2012
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    Aesthetic Tile Imaging
    Sauna Lovers: How about some kiln-fired tile artwork there at the far end of this sauna? I can do it and it will endure - see my Houzz profile for details.
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    Who manufactured the suana?
marionannette wrote:Jan 17, 2013
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    Check out and under Ready Room Saunas, check out the NL Aura Finnish Saunas
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    Peterson Sauna

    Great looking project! Have you experienced any difficulties achieving the desired temperatures with such high ceilings compared to the bench placement?

trudiahart wrote:Sep 21, 2012
  • hallmank11

    Where and what is the lighting source inside the sauna? Also, is this a special glass to withstand high temp/heat?

  • kolo70

    What are the sauna and steam shower dimensions? Thank you

izzy7299 wrote:Dec 15, 2012
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    Ace of Space
    Yes Please. What is the ceiling height? This is fantastic!
Musallam Hospital wrote:Jul 11, 2014

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Becky Harris added this to 15 Ways to Warm Up Your Bathroom for WinterOct 10, 2013

    Consider a home sauna. Historically much more common in countries like Sweden, saunas are becoming more popular in the States. Learn more about home saunas

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

    1. Decide whether you’ll buy a premade model or build your own. Some saunas come assembled and ready to install, others arrive in kit form and still others are custom built onsite. Or choose a portable sauna, which doesn’t have to be built into a fixed spot. Pricing varies widely, depending on size, materials and many other factors, but you can find small, premade saunas for about $1,000 (uninstalled), while custom-built models can extend well into the five-figure range. If your wiring won’t support the voltage that an electric sauna requires (around 220 volts), you’ll need the help of a licensed electrician to correct it. In addition, you may need to add an exhaust vent nearby to siphon off moisture generated by the steam.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    manamhamid added this to Wish ListJul 6, 2019

    Ideal sauna space with shower and toilet combined with a steam room the same size

    mbrooks34 added this to 25 E - BasementJul 6, 2019

    Nice and clean. Like the flooring with tile and wood integrated

    Design4Development added this to Phase II - Maine House IdeasMay 20, 2019

    Glass facing south to take in the view to the cove below.

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