Here at RWM plumbing and gas, we are Preston’s leading plumbing, boiler and bathroom experts. And we work with homeowners and property developers across the region to deliver top quality, and stylish bathrooms. As a result, we have produced this guide to everything you should know about the straight bath.
What is a straight bath?
A straight bath is probably the most common type of bath. This is named because the outside footprint of the bath creates a rectangle with straight edges, which can fit neatly into any bathroom.
What are the important considerations when choosing a straight bath?
There are a number of important considerations to take into account when choosing a straight bath. These considerations include:
- Choosing a double or single ended bath- a straight bath can be made double ended by positioning the taps in the centre of the bath space instead of at one end. This means you can enjoy a relaxing soak in the tub facing in either direction. However, the more traditional style single ended bath is often more useful if you plan to have a shower over bath system.
- The bath fixtures- choosing the right fixtures for your straight bath is an important consideration. From mixer taps to traditional pillar taps, there are a wide range of tap options available that can make all the difference to the overall finish of your bathroom as a whole. You should try and choose a contemporary or traditional option that suits the interior design theme you are establishing.
- Interior contours- while a straight bath may be fully rectangular on the outside, this can also be contoured and shaped on the inside. If you don’t want the inside of your bath to be a straight rectangle you can choose a softer curved style, depending on your preferences.
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