You are a happy owner of small – or, rather, let’s call it “cozy” bathroom? Well, congratulations – now there is no need to limit yourself and suffer from the only possible standing shower option. We will show you great ways how to treat yourself with a nice hot bath every evening. And yeah, “to move” is not what we mean.
So, nowadays, small bath tubs for small bathrooms are getting more and more popular – people tend to live in not really spacious apartments, but they still want to get the most of the comfort. One of the nicest options, actually, is “turning back to your roots”, which means buying a real vintage bathtub. Actually, our ancestors were much shorter than we are nowadays, so now these gorgeous paw tubs are just the thing for a cozy small bathroom that wants to look luxury.
Another great option, which also is a modern reading of an old bath, is a Japanese-style deep soaking tub. Yes, you rather sit there, than lie, but so what? Sometimes these tubs are high enough for the water to cover you almost up to your eyes, and they also have a nice in-built sit, so are really comfortable. And they are so pretty in their various finishes: you can choose porcelain white, bright copper, shiny steel or even noble classy wood. These small bathtubs can be freestanding or adjoined to the wall –it’s totally up to you.
Modern European bathes also have several options for a small space. Have a look on the corner small bathtub with shower: it gives you a lot of space inside, though no taking too much from outside – these guys don’t require long walls to adjoin. They come in lots of shapes: a smooth sector, triangular, rectangular or even “diamond-shaped”. Also they often have jets whirlpools, so you can enjoy some Jacuzzi-like experience in your small but proud whirlpool bathtub.
Of course, you can choose any of the wide material range – it can be acryl, fiberglass, porcelain or some kind of metal. Usually small tubs come in the first two – they allow making any shape and they are light weighted, which can turn to be quite important.
Also, you should plan the total bathroom design thoughtfully: choose the smallest options possible, don’t place any massive wardrobes there and, of course, try to avoid the overkill of stuff like vases, statues and other decorations if you want your bathroom to look neat.