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Baths

For many years a bath has been one of the constant elements to any bathroom - whether it's for everyday bathing, bath night with the children or a way to relax at the end of the week, we have probably spent some considerable time using one. But did you know that there's more to a bath than you thought?

There are many different shapes and sizes, from the usual rectangular to space-saving corner or attention-grabbing freestanding designs, and a range of materials to choose from, such as acrylic, steel or cast iron. All of these can be found in traditional, art deco, modern or classic styles which can complement and enhance your bathroom design.

You may like to move away from a bath, which has the two holes for your taps already drilled, to a bath without tapholes. This allows you to choose the location of your taps - perhaps you'd like a wall-mounted version - although drilling extra holes in a standard bath is not too tricky if you have a steady hand.

Increasingly people are seeking to recreate that luxury hotel/spa experience at home by opting for a whirlpool or spa bath.

Although it may be tempting to go for the biggest bath possible, you should take into consideration that if you have a particularly large bath, it may use all the hot water from your tank and unless you have taps with a high flow rate, you may be waiting a while for the bath to fill.


Bath sections

Rectangular Baths

Rectangular baths are usually built-in with a front bath panel along the long edge and an end panel for the foot of the bath. Click rectangular baths for more information.


Freestanding Baths

Freestanding baths, as their name suggests, are not built in but stand independently in the room. Click Freestanding baths for more information.


Corner Baths

An offset corner bath fits to the corner but tapers towards a narrower end to form a triangular shape. Click corner baths for more information.


Bath Panels 

Bath panels are generally made from acrylic or wood and are fixed to a simple framework beneath the edge of the bath using screws or magnetic catches. Click bath panels for more information.



Additional information

If you cannot find what you are looking for or need further assistance in selecting bath tubs and freestanding baths, please contact us.

Click on bathroom suppliers for a list of your nearest local suppliers of quality bathrooms and bathroom accessories throughout the uk.

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