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You’ll be looking at it for a long time so whether you go for a cool corner model or a Victorian style claw foot, if you love it enough it will always please you.

As your bathtub is probably going to be the most expensive item in the bathroom, and the one which you will not be planning on replacing on a whim, it can be quite a stressful purchase. Getting it wrong may mean living with a mistake for many years, and not having the pleasant and special bathroom you deserve.

excellent advice that I wish I had known before picking out a new bath. It may just be the guide you need to make a great choice which will bring you pleasure for many years to


I know how this dilemma plays out, which is why I’ve put together these five pieces of come.

#1 – Get the size right

Okay, so you may be limited to some extent by the size of your bathroom, but there’s such a great variety of baths around that there’s no need to settle for something that is either impractically small or ridiculously big; and that goes for big bathrooms too.

Unless you are completely convinced you’ll be sharing a tub or bathing several children at the same time buying something oversized just because it can fit could easily be a decision you regret. Not only does a monster size tub take lots of extra hot water to fill it, cleaning the thing afterwards is its own nightmare. Although a stand-alone bath which allows access from all sides is not a problem in this respect, anything else could mean almost climbing in the thing to get it properly clean, which is hardly a practical solution.


Unless you are completely convinced you’ll be sharing a tub or bathing several children at the same time buying something oversized just because it can fit could easily be a decision you regret.

A tub that is too big for the room will also drastically reduce floor space for other essential pieces of equipment and furniture – making everything feel unnecessarily cramped. On the other hand, a bath which is too small to stretch out in becomes purely functional rather than relaxing.

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If possible design the rest of the room around the kind of bath you genuinely like rather than be swayed by fads and fashions. Pixabay

#2 – Learn about the different materials available

There are a lot of choices these days compared to what was around in the past, so if it’s been a while since you bought a bath you may be surprised. Some examples would be cast iron (coated with enamel or porcelain), marble, granite and fiberglass. These differ in terms of cost, longevity, and practicality, three considerations which will obviously impact your choices.

  • Cast iron baths are obviously heavier than standard models, so you need a bathroom floor strong enough to cope.
  • Fibreglass and acrylic baths are usually cheap and are easy to install, but they can flex a little too much to feel stable and are vulnerable to scratches or cracking.

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#3 – Choose a style you really like

If possible design the rest of the room around the kind of bath you genuinely like rather than be swayed by fads and fashions. You’ll be looking at it for a long time so whether you go for a cool corner model or a Victorian style claw foot, if you love it enough it will always please you.


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