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Corner Bathtubs


Corner bathtubs are designed in such a way so as to fit in a corner of a bathroom. Whether a small bathroom or a large bathroom, installing a corner bathtub utilizes space in a proper way which might otherwise be wasted. The corner bathtubs usually have 5 sides and in a triangular shape. While installing a new bathroom or remodelling an old one, corner bathtub is the latest trend. These bathtubs are very stylish in appearance and the best part is that they save space.

Types of Corner Bathtubs

  • Large Corner Bathtubs: Corner bathtubs can be a large corner tub in a length of about 5 to 6 feet in length and roomy enough for two adults. The large corner bathtubs are usually on a raised platform called deck and the deck is designed to match the decor of the entire bathroom. It can be covered with wood slabs or tiles or brick or stone depending on the bathroom decor. For an enhanced look, the deck can be further decorated by placing soaps, candles, plants, sponges on the surface.
  • Small Corner Bathtubs: Small sized corner bathtubs are more popular. ┬áThese small tubs can be built-in tubs or freestanding bathtubs and they use less floor space. Some corner bathtubs have built-in seats as well. You can also get a corner jetted tub and corner soaking tubs. Small corner bathtubs might be round, square, circular, or pie-wedge shaped.
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Stone Corner Bathtub

Bathtub Materials

  • Fiberglass
  • Acrylic
  • Blend of acrylic and fiberglass
  • Onyx
  • Marble
  • Travertine
  • Sandstone etc.

While the common ones are the acrylic and fiberglass bathtubs, for a high end class and luxury, you can choose one made of onyx, travertine, marble, or sandstone.

Utility of Corner Bathtubs

Corner bathtubs are just perfect for tight spaces. Even in large bathrooms, placing a corner bathtub on the deck can provide ample space area that can be used for other purposes. The traditional square or rectangle bathtubs are not appropriate for small bathrooms as bathtubs usually occupy a lot of room. Modern corner bathtubs also come with added accessories like jacuzzi, seats, showers.They are easier to clean as they are small in size. They can be custom made to even fit the most smallest bathrooms and can be angled to curved walls.You can place your corner bathtubs near a window. On the window, you can have potted plants that will make the bathroom look stylish.It is relatively easy to install a bathtub in a corner because there is already a specified area for the tub. Corner bathtubs can also be placed between adjoining cabinets and vanities that will give you enough space which is essential for small bathrooms.

Buying Tips

The first thing to consider while purchasing bath tub is the size of your bathroom. Then go for the style and for this it is better to consider the bathroom theme. But of course your personal taste also counts a lot. The sleek bathtubs are appropriate for modern bathrooms. On the other hand, tubs with elaborate designs look good for traditional, Victorian or classic themed bathrooms. Consider the shape of the tub. Corner bathtubs are usually triangular, square or rectangle. Corner bathtubs vary in size but ultimately the basin still needs to be of sufficient size for a person to fit into. Typical triangular corner tubs range in size somewhere between 60″ and 48″ though larger and smaller tubs are available from many custom and boutique bathtub manufacturers.

With varied color options, these corner bathtubs are breathtakingly beautiful that can easily enhance the look of your bathroom besides providing you with a rejuvenated and relaxed feeling. It will give your bathroom a modern, elegant look and take away your physical, mental, and emotional stress. No matter what bathtub sizes you are looking for, there is a corner tub for everyone, that suit your style, budget and bathroom color and decor.

Corner Bathtubs Images

 

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