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How To Choose The Perfect Bathtub

Bathtubs are one of the most popular features of the bathroom. Whether it’s the luxury of a freestanding bathtub or a practical and space saving shower bath, there is nothing quite like a relaxing hot soak in a tub after a long day. This guide will showcase the different types of bathtubs available and how each type can benefit your bathroom, no matter the size or style.


Rolltop Bath

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Roll top bathtubs feature a classic yet timeless design and are popular bath choices for traditionally inspired bathrooms. Roll top bathtub are essentially freestanding tubs and are commonly seen perched upon stunning bath legs to further enhance their classically inspired aesthetic. Also known as the Slipper Bath, roll top bathtubs are available in a range of styles, sizes and colours; with some featuring a “recliner” feature to allow you to enjoy a relaxing soak using the heightened end of the tub to recline against improve back support as you bathe. Choose from single ended or double ended roll top bathtubs.


Freestanding Bath

freestanding white bathtub

Freestanding bathtubs epitomise designer luxury and contemporary elegance. Perfect for expensive bathrooms, freestanding tubs are designed to create a showstopping element to bathrooms. The great thing about a freestanding bathtub is the diverse range of shapes and styles they are available in. Opting for a freestanding bathtub needs to be well-thought out as factors like placement, plumbing and room size need to be considered. Freestanding baths can be accompanied with beautiful floor standing bath shower mixers or wall-mounted bath taps to suit your needs. The unique aesthetic of a freestanding bathtub does not sacrifice practicality or functionality and is the ideal fixture to guarantee peak relaxation when enjoying the comforts of a long hot soak.


Inset Bath

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Inset baths are amongst the most common bath types available. The familiar rectangular design of the inset bath is not only timeless but available in a wide range of sizes to suit all bathroom styles. The inset bathtub is designed to fit snug against a wall and tiled around or recessed between walls. Inset baths are also practical choices for many modern bathrooms as the simple addition of a bath screen will transform a conventional inset bathtub into a shower bath to ensure you maximise bathroom space.

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