In-Home Meditation Room

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Keeping up with the times of busy lifestyles and people wanting to stay close to home, Toll Brothers' latest model features a room dedicated to meditation or a spa-like environment. This room creates ideas for home buyers wanting a room different from the rest of the house, a place to get away from home within the home.

December 01, 2004


The meditation room is presented within the Solaria model at Aviano® at Desert Ridge® in Phoenix and the Villa D'Este model at Toscana in Las Vegas.

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Keeping up with the times of busy lifestyles and people wanting to stay close to home, Toll Brothers' latest model features a room dedicated to meditation or a spa-like environment. This room creates ideas for home buyers wanting a room different from the rest of the house, a place to get away from home within the home.

For those who can't afford a spa, or just can't find the time to go to one, converting an office into a spa can be the perfect solution. This room targets busy families as well as empty-nesters. The elements of a home meditation room include a massage treatment table, yoga space for the art of Ashtunga, simple shelves adorned with fragrant potions, aromatherapy candles and soothing palms. A neutral color scheme accents the lush fabrics to create a calm, balanced atmosphere for the quite retreat, which is a separate structure from the home's main living area.


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