What You Need to Know About Biophilic Bathrooms



In today’s urbanized world, maintaining a connection with nature is more crucial than ever. Biophilic design is a concept that seeks to strengthen the human-nature relationship within indoor spaces. You can apply its elements to almost every part of your home, including bathrooms. 

Read on to learn more about the biophilic design and how to incorporate it into your next bathroom remodel

What Are the Benefits of a Biophilic Bathroom?

A biophilic bathroom is a space that fosters a sense of tranquility and well-being. Research has shown that interactions with nature, even in a simulated environment, can reduce stress and improve mood. Imagine starting your day in a room that resembles a serene forest. Wouldn’t it be nice to relax under a shower that feels like a gentle waterfall after a hectic day at work? 

Another great thing about the biophilic design is that it promotes sustainability. It encourages you to use eco-friendly materials and energy-saving and water-efficient products in your home remodel

How Do You Incorporate Biophilic Design Into Your Bathroom?

Use Natural Materials

Adding biophilic elements to your bathroom is easier than you think. Consider natural materials for countertops, flooring, and walls, such as wood and stone. They can bring appeal, warmth and comfort to your space. 

Bring in Natural Light

Natural light can do wonders for your mood, productivity and focus. You can flood your space with sunshine with large windows or skylights. Hanging mirrors can further brighten the room and make it appear more spacious. 

Display Plants

A biophilic bathroom won’t be complete without plants. Besides adding more life to the room, they can purify the air. Many indoor plants thrive when placed next to windows. If you don’t have a green thumb, consider easy-to-care-for succulents.  

Choose Creative and Sustainable Water Elements

Consider a freestanding bathtub or a walk-in open shower for your bathroom to mimic the feeling of bathing in a natural body of water. High-efficiency fixtures, such as low-flow showerheads or faucets, can replicate the gentle flow of a stream while conserving water. Small features, like a tabletop fountain or a rainfall showerhead, can add a soothing auditory experience.

Let’s Start a Conversation!

Achieve your bathroom renovation goals with DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Greenville. We’re here to help you design and build functional, stylish and relaxing spaces. Call us at (864) 214-0296 or complete our online form to reach our design team. We work with clients in Greenville, Greer, Mauldin, Simpsonville, Fountain Inn, Taylors, Travelers Rest, Easley, Piedmont and Spartanburg.  

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