When adding luxury freestanding bathtubs to an existing design, it’s critical to select a tub that complements the current fixtures, materials, and colors. Mixing and combining designs, such as a modern tub in a traditional interior or vice versa, can bring flair to your bathrooms.
- Acrylic: is currently the most popular material for freestanding tubs due to its durability and low cost. Acrylic tubs are easier to maintain and install since they are more versatile and lighter in weight.
- Cast iron: cast iron is a conventional classic choice that is enamel-coated for durability, ease of cleaning, and heat retention; nevertheless, it is a heavier material.
- Stone Resin: Engineered stone is a composite of ground stone and resin that is as durable as stone but lighter in weight.
- Other materials: copper, porcelain, stainless steel, stone, and wood are some of the less commonly used materials. These materials are often heavier, require more upkeep, or are both. Copper and stainless steel, on the other hand, are unusual materials for a modern style, and stone can give your master bath a natural, striking appeal.
Your selections for faucet fixtures will be determined by the sort of tub you choose and its location in the area. Freestanding faucets are mounted on the tub’s rim, wall-mounted faucets are mounted within an adjacent wall directly above the tub, and deck-mounted faucets are mounted on the tub’s rim. If you have the space and are planning on having more than one bather, consider installing a deck-mounted faucet in the center of the basin so that both ends are free of fixtures and comfortable to lounge in.
Although some freestanding tubs have shower attachments, you’ll almost certainly need to plan for a separate shower. The freestanding tub and a luxury shower head can be combined in a wet room, which is an enclosed chamber (typically behind glass) that is supposed to hold a bathroom’s “wet area.”
Whether you’re starting from scratch or incorporating a freestanding tub into an existing design, you’ll have to make some decisions. Adhere to current design trends that will have a long-term impact. All other features in the bathroom should draw attention to the tub, be proportional to the space, and complement your home’s general design.
The tub should be framed and complimented by the sink, storage, lighting, and flooring selections. Right now, there are a lot of interesting remodeling trends to look into. Whether you want the area to be clean and modern or warm and friendly, the color scheme and artwork can help. A side table, tub caddie, stool, freestanding towel rack, or textural accent elements like a rug or drapes can all provide interest. Above everything, be imaginative!
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