Stand-alone baths work well in all sorts of bathrooms. These freestanding tubs can be used to add elegance, class or a touch of luxury to your design. They can also simply offer you a place to escape to.
Freestanding baths can work as an attention-grabbing centrepiece or an item that just pulls the whole look together.
The Best Stand Alone Baths:
If you’re looking for the best of the best – we totally understand.
However, there is going to be a unique answer for every situation.
We’re going to dive into some of the most common types and let you decide which one is the best stand-alone bath.
Contemporary Stand-Alone Baths:
These beauties stand out from a crowd.
Remember that centrepiece style we mentioned earlier? Well, this would be super fitting for just that.
A contemporary bath has a modern look. You can find them in a few different shapes, all having something unique for themselves. Some have sharp square edges that feel crisp and fresh while others are deep, curved and simply striking.
We always recommend a bath to come in white. This will reduce the “cluttered” feeling you may get with other colours and open up the room a bit more.
Traditional Stand-Alone Baths:
A traditional tub will often have clawed feet and a roll top.
You can find slipper baths under this traditional category as well.
Some of these gorgeous pieces come with deluxe and lavish looking faucets to help complete that look and feel.
A traditional stand-alone bath can really tie your whole bathroom together.
Have you ever considered what it would be like to have a truly spa-like experience from the comfort of your own home?
A whirlpool bath will have you wanting to never get out of the tub again.
These jacuzzi-like tubs can offer you every piece of relaxation you’ve been looking for. Sit back and relax with a good book or a glass of wine. Let your hair fall down and simply breathe.
You can select from an assortment of jet options and enjoy the tranquil sensations of your very own, at home, hydrotherapy experience.
Small Bathroom Remodel:
In Bristol, most of us don’t have access to a lot of space. But, our bathroom installation experts do know a thing or two about making good use of what we do have.
If you’re looking to add a stand-alone bath in your smaller bathroom, we can help you!
Narrow and compact stand-alone baths are available to get what you want in the space you have.
You can find yourself soaking in a slipper bath too – which is conveniently deeper at one end. This allows it to save space and offer you room to lie back and enjoy unprecedented relaxation.
If you’re not sure whether or not a stand-alone tub will work in your bathroom simply send our team some photos or contact us in your favourite way.
We’d be happy to let you know what our team of skilled traders think.