A bath tub is a perfect place to relax and unwind after a long and stressful day. Choosing the right bath tub is the most important decision you will make if you want your bathroom to be a place of tranquil relaxation. Check out our amazing selection of freestanding baths here.
Free standing bath tubs are now the industry standard, thanks to their superior strength, style, and elegance. A freestanding bath tub can either stand alone in the middle of the room to create a dramatic style statement, or placed along a wall like a traditional bath tub to offer a space saving solution.
We are proud to offer free standing bath tubs in a wide range of shapes and sizes. Whether you’re looking for a minimalist square tub, a conventional oval tub, a traditional boat shaped freestanding bath tub, or a modern angular tub, we are sure to have the perfect choice for you. Our tubs offer either curves or flat edges, offering additional options to ensure your free standing bath tub suits your specific needs.
Each of our tubs is available in a high shine white gloss finish, meaning that they will coordinate perfectly with our full range of bathroom furniture, giving you the freedom to create your own unique bathroom suite that perfectly suits your needs. You can also choose your own tap design for each freestanding bath tub we offer, further enhancing and personalising the experience. The only limit is your imagination!
We’re often asked what our bath tubs are made of. Most of our free standing bath tubs are made from high quality acrylic, which is the ideal choice for the product. Acrylic is durable, resistant to mechanical damage, and offers noise cancelling properties too. Acrylic bath tubs also have wonderful thermal properties, which will enhance your comfort when you choose to sink into your new freestanding bath tub.
We are proud of the huge range of modern free standing bath tubs we offer our customers, and strive to help you create bathrooms you will not only love now, but for a lifetime.
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