A slipper bath for a slip of a bathroom
You don't need to sacrifice your dream of a stunning bathing space, just because you have a small bathroom. Check out these stylish small baths for small bathrooms
If you've always loved the glamour associated with a stand-alone slipper bath or traditional roll-top bath, but never thought you'd fit one in your tiny bathroom, think again. There are dozens of stylish smaller than standard baths out there, designed for smaller than average bathrooms. The Albion Bath Company's range of Tubby and Torre baths, for example, might be shorter than most baths, they start from 1,200mm, but they're extra deep, so you still get to soak yourself in a decent volume of steamy water, even if you're on the tall side.
Bath tap position
If possible, place your taps in the centre of your bath. Not only will this make your bathroom look a little more spacious and balanced, it also works better with a shower head and curtain combo too, as shown above.
And, if you have your taps positioned in the middle of the bath tub, it, also means that you can lie with your head either side of it, for a change of view from time to time or double bathing; the bathwater temperature should spread more evenly throughout the tub as well.
These wee Albion Bath Company bath tubs come in a range of finishes, from bang-on-trend metallic burnished finishes in gold, iron and bronze, to a host of Dulux Trade and Farrow & Ball colours.
Away from the bathroom, a cute and colourful compact tub could also look lovely placed at the foot of a bed .
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To have or not have a tub is a very personal decision. Don’t let future unknown buyers or predictions of future trends keep you from having what you want and need right now. And this is where the help of a bathroom designer can be the key to helping make the right decision.
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