It’s true, we are a nation of shower lovers. From early morning showers, to evening showers, we do like to have a good shower. But for some households, nothing can beat a relaxing soak in the bath. And if you’re the type of person that can’t go without a luxurious, hot soak, you will probably be looking at installing a bath in your new bathroom. Perhaps alongside a shower. But have you considered the different types of bath available? Well, here at Lancashire Installations, we are leading bathroom design experts. As a result, we have produced this guide to the different types of bath available.
Different types of bath
So what are the choices when it comes to your new bath? Which type of bath should you choose? And which type of bath would be best suited to your needs? Well, here are the top choices:
- Freestanding baths – the very symbol of decadence and luxury, free-standing baths are available in a range of styles. From roll topped baths, to baths with gold claws, there is something to suit any elegant and stylish bathroom. And these even suit both traditional contemporary styles and homes.
- Slipper baths- One particular type of freestanding bath is the slipper bath. These are perfect for more traditional bathrooms, but they can bring a twist to a contemporary bathroom too. The slipper bath is higher at one end, which makes it easier to get in and out of.
- Corner baths- specially designed to fit into the corner of your room, these baths are perfect for medium or small bathrooms, as the use of the corner, can help to save space. This means you should be able to fit your shower and your bath in the same room after all.
- Walk in baths- for people with mobility issues, walk in baths can be a safe and effective option.
For more information or advice about the different types of bath, that might be best suited to your home, get in touch with the professionals today, here at Lancashire Installations.