By Denise Christopher on 2014-10-23
What is the right bathtub for you?
While choosing the right tub, you will be flooded with options. From simple copper bathtubs to a hammered copper claw foot tub, you will have plenty of options to choose from.
1. Types: Each bathtub has its own unique characteristics. Clawfoot and freestanding tub give a bold statement whereas corner tubs and alcove are integrated into the overall scheme of your bathroom.
Here is a brief description of some of the common bathroom tubs:
Wall Alcove: This type of tub-shower combination is designed to maximize space. With a built-in storage cabinet and a wall-mounted shower a wall.
Drop-in tubs are fitted within a framed enclosure that is identical to bathroom cabinets or tile.
Under-mounts are installed at floor-level with a title flooring to covers the lip of the tub.
Freestanding tubs acts as a sculpted bathing bowl and add to the aesthetic beauty.
Clawfoot tubs were main feature of Elizabethan era of soaking and are still used to invoke that style.
2. Types of Material Used: Like designing options, you can get your bathtubs in different types of materials. Some of the popular materials used in bathtub construction are: Acrylic and fiberglass: They are least expensive to purchase and are easily available in any home improvement and furnishing shop.
Acrylic bathtub is easy to install and is available in variety of colors.
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