Buyers Guide: Freestanding Baths
Freestanding baths are becoming 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 accessories, so to help you make the right decision we’ve put together a go-to buying guide.
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 roll top to rectangular modern bath designs, and each style comes with different considerations.
Traditional Roll Top Freestanding Baths
A roll top bath is great for a traditional 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 is 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 Grande bath, this design oozes sophistication and refinement. To complete your classic bathroom look, pair this beautiful bath with some traditional brassware from Burlington, such as the Kensington Bath Shower Deck Mounted Mixer Taps.
Contemporary Freestanding Baths
If you’re opting for a contemporary bathroom aesthetic, then a sleek Scandinavian style is a great choice for you. Available with large flat bases for a minimalist look, or with integrated white feet for a real statement piece, these stylish freestanding baths will be sure to add a standout focal point in your bathroom. Choose from the Sontuoso for a deep bathe, or for a true wow factor consider the Teardrop or Vigore designs. Create a bold contrast by pairing your lustrous bath with the Hoxton Bath/Shower Mixer from Britton.
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 brassware in mind whilst you’re discovering your dream bath. If you need any help, we are more than happy to give you a hand so please get in touch, or alternatively, use our ‘find a retailer’ page to find out where you can view some of our stunning collection in person…
We hope we’ve given you some useful tips on which type of bath to choose for your style of home and the important facts you need to consider before purchasing your luxurious freestanding bath.