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Freestanding baths: An easy way to add instant style
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Freestanding baths: An easy way to add instant style

Posted by Adam Chard in Style guides | 5 years ago 2 min read

For a showstopping bathroom that ticks all the boxes, a freestanding bath can certainly add a touch of glitz and glamour to proceedings.

You may think your bathroom layout is too small for a freestanding bath, however, you'll discover a wide variety of designs that can fit into a compact space.

Narrowing down your options

With such a large choice of designs, you may even struggle to choose between them all.  A handy hint would be to choose what style bathroom you would like and that way you can knock a few options off your list.  The obvious place to start is to choose whether you want a contemporary, traditional or modern style bathroom.  From there you can narrow your selection of baths down. 

Here are some other things to think about when choosing your freestanding bath:

  • Do you want a one piece bath or one that has feet?
  • Do you want a square or curved design?
  • Would you prefer a slipper bath?
  • What kind of tap(s) do you want?
  • Will it need to sit against a wall?

Let's take a look at different styles of freestanding bath, to see which are most popular amongst our customers.

Contemporary freestanding baths

If you’re aiming to achieve contemporary look and feel, the Harrison freestanding bath is a good example of this type of style. With its beautiful curves, it’ll provide a delightfully deep and luxurious soak.

Harrison freestanding bath

Harrison freestanding bath from Mode Bathrooms

Traditional roll top baths

If it’s a more classical style you’re looking for why not choose a traditional roll top bath like the Dulwich roll top bath? This comes with a choice of white or black finishes and features intricately detailed feet with a ball and claw design.

The Bath Co. Dulwich black roll top bath with white ball and claw feet

Dulwich black roll top bath from The Bath Co.

Slipper baths

A slipper bath has one end higher than the other and you can choose between a traditional design with the Winchester slipper bath, or a more contemporary take on this style, with the Hardy freestanding bath.

The Bath Co. Winchester roll top bath with ball and claw feet

Winchester roll top bath with ball and claw feet from The Bath Co.

Back to wall baths

Need to position your freestanding bath against a wall? No problem. We’ve got just the solution with the highly contemporary Carter back to wall bath (pictured below).

Mode Carter back to wall bath

Carter back to wall bath from Mode Bathrooms

Shop freestanding baths and roll top baths

Why not take a look at the full range of freestanding baths available at Victoria Plum and make up your own mind?

Shop freestanding baths

Author, Adam Chard

Posted by Adam Chard in Style guides | 5 years ago

A born & raised West Countryman, now living on the Yorkshire Coast, for over 10 years Adam has been bringing home interior ideas to life at Victoria Plum. Adam’s favourite interior styles have been shaped by both urban and natural influences.

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