A freestanding bath is a great addition to any bathroom, contemporary or traditional. But the unusual design does mean that you will need to put more thought into the design of your bath taps than usual. This is because a freestanding bath can be positioned anywhere around the room, and so you have a wider range of tap options. So what are you bath tap options? And how can you be sure to make the right choice? Well, here at RWM, we are Preston’s leading bathroom design professionals, and this is our guide to choosing taps for your freestanding bath.
Choosing taps for your freestanding bath
So, what kind of taps can you choose from? Well, there are a range of different options, including:
- Wall mounted taps- if you plan to install your freestanding bath against a wall, or in the corner of the room, you could use wall mounted taps. These can be very decorative, becoming a stunning visual feature. You will need to have the bath positioned close to the wall for these taps to work though, but this can be a good option for smaller bathrooms with less space.
- Deck mounted taps- taps that are mounted directly on to the lip of the freestanding bath can be a great option too. This can be a good idea if you want more freedom regarding where to install your bath, and they also save on floor space too.
- Free standing taps- these are taps that are installed outside of the bath, either at one end or the middle, and these provide the most design freedom. These can also be easily controlled when in and out of the bath, and they make a stunning decorative feature. Shower additions can also be added to these taps.
For more information or advice, get in touch with the professionals today, here at RWM.