Bathtubs for small bathrooms – Top 3 picks
Take a look at these bathtubs for small bathrooms
Having a bath in your home is both practical and a luxury. Enjoying a relaxing bath is one of life’s simple pleasures and bathtubs make things easier when it comes to children and residents with restricted mobility.
But, where floor space is tight, many homeowners assume a bath might not work with their layout. Luckily, there are plenty of bathtubs for small bathrooms that have been designed for this exact reason, with space-efficient shapes. Here are three of them:
Bathtub #1: The Atlanta single-ended bath
This classic bathtub comes in sizes as small as 1400mm x 700mm and is one of the most popular baths we install. It’s sleek, streamlined and is fitted with the surround of your choice, meaning it sits seamlessly with the rest of your design.
- Luxury single-ended bath
- Classic style with timeless finish
- Understated design to match your décor
- Installed with custom surround
- Deep slope for reclining
Bathtub #2: The Camden slipper bath
Many customers assume they won’t be able to have a freestanding bath in a compact room. But, there are freestanding bathtubs for small bathrooms – the stylish Camden is one of them.
The Camden is 1500mm x 750mm and it’s possible to include it in smaller designs if placed near a wall or corner. This bath is beautiful and provides a deeply relaxing bathing experience with the roll-top and sloped end.
- Traditional, roll-top bath
- British design and quality
- Easy to get in and out of with low sides
- Compatible with all tap styles
- Extra comfort while reclining
Bathtub #3: The Orlah offset corner bath
Despite what you might think, corner baths are suited to compact bathrooms because they protrude less into the room. They have shorter lengths down one side than traditional style baths, while still being spacious to bathe within.
Corner baths are a much-desired feature, adding a dash of luxury to designs of all sizes. Within a small bathroom, they can provide the illusion of added space.
- Space-saving design
- Suited to bathrooms of unique size and shapes
- Choice of tiling or bath panels
- Two sloped ends for reclining
- Bath seat in the corner
We hope we’ve shown you that you’re not restricted to what bathtub you choose simply because of the size of your room. There are plenty of ways to fit your ideal tub into your design.
Are you planning a bathroom redesign and want to find out what layout might work best? You can download our FREE guide to planning a bathroom layout. It contains lots of useful advice about layout choices and it even includes graph paper for sketching out some initial ideas.
If you’d like to request a free bathroom survey in Yorkshire with one of our bathroom advisors, you can get in touch with us on 0800 980 6018 or by emailing email@example.com.