Many modern bathrooms do have the space for separate baths and shower cubicles, and shower baths are becoming an increasingly popular solution. Designed with functionality as well as appearance in mind, they can fit neatly into difficult layouts, with different sizes and shapes of unit available. The p-shaped bath where one end is wider than the other enables a more luxurious showering experience and is an ideal space saver. They are available in both left and right handed configurations. Shower baths are also an affordable option for those wanting the option of both bath and shower.
There is no reason why quality should be compromised when choosing a combined shower and bath, and there are some superb designs out there for those that want aesthetic appeal combined with the luxury of both indulgent baths and invigorating showers. Combined shower and baths are available to suit both traditional and more contemporary bathrooms. Curved or flat glass shower screens add style and practicality.
Buying a Shower Bath
Designs available include curved p shaped bath and showers, made with reinforced acrylic, toughened safety glass and chrome fittings. An alternative to the traditional curved p shaped bath is the square white shower bath, with strong clean lines to suit modern and minimalist bathroom designs. This design also comes with polished chrome fittings to add contemporary style. This design looks superb with an overhead rain shower which delivers a fantastic shower experience.
Considerations when buying Shower Baths
When buying a combined shower and bath, consider how it will fit into your bathroom. This will include considerations of size, right or left handed configuration and the style you are aiming for. It can be helpful to draw up a plan, and a bathroom designer can sometimes help to come up with the right layout if space is tight.
Showering in a standard family bath can be a cramped affair, so a Shower Bath is the ideal solution. Designed with a wider portion at one end of the bath - with a built-in shower screen to protect the bathroom from your shower's spray. A shower bath - sometimes called a P-shaped bath or a b-shaped bath - is the modern alternative to having both a bath and a shower in a bathroom - ideal when floor space is limited.