Woodfield Country Club

Spa Interior Renovation


Peacock + Lewis

Interior Design:
Peacock + Lewis

Peacock + Lewis


8,375 sq. ft.

Woodfield Country Club

Completion Date:
January 2023


The existing 8,300 sf spa was completely re-imagined allowing for optimal use of space and created an interior environment that is fresh, contemporary, and serene.

  • The men’s wet area was reconfigured to allow for expanded lockers and a comfortable lounge for relaxing.
  • The women’s wet area was reconfigured to allow for an added whirlpool experience.
  • Staff areas and flow were improved via subtle floor plan changes.

The central feature hallway remained but was redesigned to separate the energetic flow of fitness guests going to and from the locker rooms, from guests entering the serene spa environment. New frameless glass doors separate these two very different activities with lighting and finishes. Once entering the glass doors to the spa entry, light levels dim, and the focal point is the reception desk beyond and thoughtfully designed retail cases on both sides. The retail cases were custom designed to fit the existing niches, made of high gloss walnut and chrome with integrated lighting, which doubled the amount of retail display. The reception desk features a breathtaking water inspired artistic resin wall panel handmade by a local artist. Additional water inspired panels are featured in both men’s and women’s wet areas with full height panels as a backdrop at the vanities and whirlpool areas.

Interior finishes throughout are fresh and contemporary. Large format floor and wall tiles in a neutral palette, warm woods, ombre inspired carpet, plush fabrics…all set the tone to create a comfortable, relaxing, and serene spa experience.

A new outdoor patio experience was created off the women’s relaxation lounge. The private Serenity Lounge features lush landscaping, a softly trickling water feature and comfortable lounge seating. The space includes an automatic louver structure for cover, a modern-day pergola. The louver structure, using intuitive automation, senses rain and automatically closes for inclement weather.

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