There's clear clues in real estate when you've got the money to spend on luxury.
Does your house have a pool and tennis courts? How about a complete personal theater or a few lanes of bowling?
The latest mark of premium housing may be bring the spa to you.
According to this article in the Wall Street Journal, the ultimate in home salon services is no longer just having your stylist come to you every four to six weeks for your regrowth to be touched up or perhaps to have your make up and hair done for a special occasion, it's providing all professional salon equipment within the house.
Outfitted completely with shampoo sinks, hydraulic chairs and all the other usual salon furniture and equipment, there's no reason to leave your house to get the utmost in spa pampering.
There have been "personal salons" being planned or added to private homes. Sometimes they host spa parties for friends or even allow their husbands to use the equipment for hair cuts.
Is this the future of high end beauty services? Is it better to have a space that you can control and stock with your own preferred products or is it the better option for the client to take over responsibility to maintain the equipment and stock up on her supplies? How would this effect the position of the stylist as the professional authority?
Have we gone too far in domestic luxury or is this the way it's going to be?