Deciding on a bath tub can be surprisingly difficult. There are many different styles and designs to choose from. Working out which one is right for your bathroom, that will fit in with your taste, interiors, budget and requirements does require a bit of time. While it might be a little difficult picking the right one, it’s also a lot of fun!
Picturing yourself relaxing in your chosen bath after a long week, surrounded by bubbles and a glass of fizz and a good book will help to visualise the bath in your home. This is a useful method of bath shopping, but there are few extra tips that will help you make the right choice.
Don't Rush the Purchase
A bath is an investment and an addition to the home that could stay in place for decades. Never rush to buy, do your research based on the amount of space you have available and the cost. As you browse through online catalogues of Villeroy and Boch collections you might be tempted to click buy on the first one. Hold off, browse some more and don’t forget to double check your measurements!
The Best Use of the Space
Victoria and Albert baths are always popular, and they come in many designs. One of the popular designs is the combination of the bath with the shower. Showers are a great addition to the bathroom, but many homes don’t have the space to dedicate to an enclosed shower. With a bath and shower combined you’ll be able to increase the functionality of the space and potentially the appeal of the home to buyers later down the line.
Freestanding baths remain on trend and they can transform a typical bathroom into more of a boutique spa bath. Waters Baths have a wide range of freestanding baths and all of these will add interest and give the bathroom a high-class vibe. Freestanding baths come in modern designs, with angular, simple lines. Alternatively, claw feet and roll top bath tubs are perfect for those seeking a more traditional feel.
Shape and Material
A couple of areas that is worth narrowing down before you shop is the shape of the bath and the material that’s used. The shape must fit in your bathroom and make it possible to use the room comfortably. The material may impact the cost of the bath, conductivity levels and the life of the bath.
Choosing a bath requires definite decision making. Let us help you find the perfect bath for you, give us a call on 01226 770383.