Frequently asked questions
What is a Roman Tepidarium warm room?
A Tepidarium is a warm, dry thermal room that is usually part of a Roman bath complex. The Tepidarium was typically heated using under floor heating. Most notably, modern installations are now thermostatically controlled and can have heated loungers.
Inside the room it’s close to body temperature and the interior is usually constructed from bisazza tiling. A bespoke tiled Tepidarium installation can also be further enhanced with chromatography mood lighting.
Can you build a Tepidarium in the home?
You’ll most find a Tepidarium as part of a suite of thermal rooms in a commercial spa or wellness retreat. That said, if you have a larger basement spa in your home you should have enough room. A bespoke Tepidarium is an ideal setting for transitioning from a hot sauna or steam room and can be installed in a similar space.