How to Choose a Freestanding Bath
Freestanding baths are an increasingly popular choice for homeowners, they provide an instant stylish uplift to your bathroom and offer a place where you can truly relax and feel indulgent. When it comes to choosing a freestanding bath for you and your home, there are a few things to consider, from style and size to the accompanying bathroom accessories.
Start with choosing your freestanding bath style
First things first, it’s important to think about what style of freestanding bath you are looking for. There are many different bath styles available from traditional to modern baths, and each style comes with different considerations.
Traditional Freestanding Baths
A traditional bath is great for a provincial bathroom interior. Graceful and timeless, these classic statement pieces provide homeowners with a beautiful statement bathing space. For a bath that’s designed just for you, opt for the high backed Romano Bath. Elegant and stylish, this bath pairs perfectly with freestanding taps at the bottom end of the bath for a symmetrical finish. If you’re looking for a larger bath, we recommend the Batello, this design oozes sophistication and refinement. To complete your classic bathroom look, pair this beautiful bath with some traditional tapware from the Armando Vicario Provincial Collection.
Modern Freestanding Baths
If you’re opting for a contemporary bathroom aesthetic, then a sleek style is a great choice for you. Choose from the Sontuoso for a deep bath, or for a true wow factor consider the Barwon design in two popular sizes. The more popular oval look is achieved through our Byron bath, again in two popular sizes. Create a bold contrast by pairing your lustrous bath with a Gareth Ashton Freestanding Bath Filler in a variety of finishes.
Final Things to Consider when Choosing a Freestanding Bath
The main things to always consider when buying a freestanding bath is the size of the room and the positioning. You’ll need to leave room for freestanding or wall-mounted taps so make sure you have the right tapware in mind whilst you’re discovering your dream bath. It is important also to speak to your builder and plumber about ensuring that the bath you choose will fit with the plumbing and capacities required for installation.