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Plus tempered glass can be etched or sandblasted to provide some privacy if clear glass is not quite your style. Sliding Enclosure. Looking for the beauty of glass but not sure you have the space for a swinging bathtub glass door? A sliding door may be for you. This practical space-saver is just as modern and stylish and can be customized to fit any space. Plus its an excellent way to show off your tub with plenty of room for other bathroom fixtures. Panels. Let your bathtub take on newfound elegance by adding a triple-panel glass bath screen instead of full-fledged bathtub doors.
These small tubs may not be what your used to but trust me when I say theyll grow on you! Small baths are designed with relaxation in mind. Sure they dont have the big luxurious look of a large claw foot tub but they soak your entire body! Let me explain. The recent movement in tubs is to be deeper while being shorter. This is beneficial because youre saving a lot of space in your bathroom but still being immersed in water to achieve the soak you were craving. You no longer use the horizontal position while being in the tub in small bath you sit. Many small bathtubs have seats in them for comfort.
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As the name suggests it is set below floor level. Your bathroom renovation contractor can construct a deck-like structure in the bathroom for installing the bathtub. The plumbing system is covered to give a finished look to the bathroom. As only the rim of the bathtub is visible the contractor will leave its outer surface unfinished. It reduces the cost of the bathtub making it an affordable choice for homeowners.· Claw-Foot Bathtubs An evergreen style! A claw-foot bathtub is a free-standing bathtub. It means you have the freedom of installing it anywhere you want. You can choose it for giving a luxurious and elegant look to the bathroom. Commonly it is made up of cast iron. The claw-foot bathtub is an expensive option because of the presence of the porcelain enamel on its surface. But you can choose inexpensive acrylic options that are available in the market.