So you’ve taken the plunge (so to speak) and have chosen a freestanding bath but it can often seem like a step into the unknown. Whilst a lot of freestanding baths on the market today will use a lot of space within a bathroom, there are significant amounts of options that are designed for smaller bathroom spaces.
The benefit of a freestanding bath is adaptability they can lend themselves to whatever particular design aesthetic of the bathroom they’re placed in. A Victorian bathroom design that uses roll top baths can look fabulous when the bath is placed in the centre of a room. Likewise if you’re planning a simple yet contemporary designed bathroom, pick a freestanding bath with smooth curves and a pure finish. The important thing to consider is space around the bath and then to choose the right coordinating bath taps.
Freestanding bath taps offer both style and functionality to a conventional bathroom. A growing amount of homeowners are opting to invest in freestanding baths for both modern and traditional bathrooms, as they provide the user with a truly lavish and relaxing bathroom experience. A freestanding bath tap is a perfect choice to accompany a freestanding bathtub as they give off a certain an air of luxury, not often found with deck-mounted taps. Wall mounted bath fillers can be a nice option if you push your bath against a wall, however to get the full advantage of a luxury freestanding bath allowing space around the bath is highly advisable and allows your bath and freestanding taps to become a show stopping bathroom centerpiece.
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