To me, pleasurable is when laying down in the bathtub on the weekend. It is a truly marvelous chance to live the life, isn’t it? Well, how is it to you? I think nobody will refuse to have a tub in his or her bathroom. It is especially if an outstanding tub that has a great design is what he or she has in the bathroom. I can exactly imagine how you would feel if you had that. And, now, I think it is the best time for me to share with you some excellent models of bathroom tubs, certainly ready in the market as sellable merchandises.
Okay, let’s get to the point. Below are several models of tubs appropriate for today’s bathrooms. And, after reading these, I hope you’ll be attracted, at least, to one of the models.
a)The Most Popular Tub Model: Alcove
Alcove tubs have one typical feature that is the same: three of the four sides of the tub are connected to three of the all walls in the bathroom. Or, in other words, the bathtub typically fulfills the space that has the three walls as the borders.
The alcove model is a favorite in this era. The model that is designed to prevent any ‘creation’ of left-over spaces that can’t be utilized at all is suitable perfectly to the efficient housing concept nowadays. As we all know, there are just less and less people who have large homes with some spacious rooms within.
All in all, choosing such a model of bathroom tubs is usually more related to practicality as well as efficiency rather than realizing the dream tub.
b)The Dream that Hardy Comes True: Free-standing
Contrast to the previous model, to have a free-standing tub in the bathroom is simply the same as making the dream tub come true. Another popular model of tubs, such a model is even more tempting than alcove as well as any other models of tubs.
A free-standing tub is something that brings a simple and clean appearance, which still shows the beauty for the stylish shape of the tub that looks aesthetic.
The only minus of such a model of bathroom tubs is the price. That is the reason why often this kind of tubs is hard to afford to buy.
c)Lavish, Non Practical: Corner
What about corner model? Most commonly, utilizing every unused corner in the bathroom is a great idea of making the interior design more practical. But, it doesn’t apply to corner tub. But, for the sake of art, this is a descent choice. Moreover, it is never costlier than the free-standing.
There are still a couple models of bathroom tubs that we can discuss. But, I am going to talk about those later in the next article.