Indoor home sauna Indoor home saunas are very common in Finland. In most cases, they are built at the same time than the apartment/house. Adding a indoor sauna afterwards can be a bit tricky, but not impossible. You can either build the sauna as a separate room next to your bathroom or acquire a ready-built sauna room that can be inserted inside the bathroom. Indoor saunas are usually heated with an electric heater. In some cases, houses might have a wood-burning sauna with a chimney. Glass walls and doors are now trending in sauna designs, as well as sauna heaters inserted in between mid benches. Take a look at the companies who can provide you an indoor sauna solution. Photo: Lapland Hotels Bulevardi Outdoor home sauna Outdoor saunas are more and more popular nowadays, because in many cases building a sauna on the home yard is more cost and time-efficient compared to building the sauna inside. There are many outdoor sauna options to choose from. You can choose to build the sauna yourself, acquire elements and instructions from a builder, or get a turn-key solution which is ready for bathing in a few hours after arriving. Outdoor saunas usually require a building permit from the local authority. Remember to check all the regulations before building/acquiring the sauna. Take a look at companies who provide outdoor saunas. Photo: Harvia Solide Compact Mobile home sauna Mobile sauna is quite handy in many ways — it can be moved around and doesn’t necessarily need a license permit since it’s not a static structure (check this from your local authority). It’s quite common in Finland to have a business of rentable mobile saunas. There are also hybrid models that combine the best of mobile and standard outdoor saunas. For example Ripavi (in the photo) manufactures turnkey outdoor saunas which combine the benefits of a traditional log saunas and new mobile saunas. Take a look at mobile sauna companies. Creating a Finnish home sauna experience The sauna itself is naturally a crucial part of the home sauna bathing, but a plain sauna is usually not enough to bring you relaxation and wellbeing. Accessories, such as sauna buckets, cosmetics, scents, textiles, lighting solutions, decorations, and beverages are examples of elements that lift the sauna bathing to a whole new level — into an authentic Finnish sauna experience. Take a look at sauna accessories and equipment. We can recommend the best products for your needs.