baths, baths baths!

Posted on August 7 2010, Baths

For those who are lucky enough to have the space there has been a switch to free-standing baths, and Soak offer a wide range to choose from.  The bath can be a real focal point in your bathroom, and adds a feeling of indulgence.

Firstly, think about what sort of look you want to achieve – do you prefer a traditional look with a roll top bath with claw feet, or a contemporary twist on the bath with wooden feet?

Or you may prefer a more contemporary look
Duravit 2nd Floor bath
 
to more curvy organic shapes you can completely relax in
Urquiola bath from Axor Hansgrohe
Happy D bath from Duravit – see it in the Soak showroom
V&As Amalfi – a modern take on the slipper bath
Softly contoured sides descend gracefully to the floor uncluttered by waste pipe work and an extended
backrest provides full head support; essential for those long luxurious soaks

We always recommend you sit in a bath before you buy – you want to ensure it’s comfortable – it’s no good having a statement bath if it’s not comfortable enough to have a good soak in!  Baths are now made in a variety of materials, you are no longer restricted to just the traditional shape, as mineral cast and LG Hi-mac mean all sorts of shapes are available.
For inset baths think about what to surround the bath – you can chose from stone, wood, mosaic or tiles, as well as sculptured panels.  Good design helps you achieve the look you want, and our in-house Design Team will be happy to offer advice and show you what really works, and know to allow for access in case of any problems.
Many baths now come without tapholes, as more and more people want to achieve a clean look and either have freestanding taps, wall-mounted taps or a bath filler where the water flows in through the overflow.

And of course let’s not forget the spa options of hydrotherapy and chromatherapy.
//soakinstyle.blogspot.co.uk

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