Slipper baths are freestanding baths available in many designs and sizes. Large double-ended baths, and sits as a focal point in any setting, exuding class with its period styling and unique single ended design, allowing you to bathe in the soothing ambience of the slipper bath’s single deep end.
Luxurious Slipper Baths at Bathroom City
With its ultra comfortable design, investing in a slipper bath allows for the perfect ambiance to unwind at the end of a long day. Bathroom City’s vast collection of slipper baths delivers traditional, contemporary and modern classic design, perfect for any setting.
Slipper Baths are a luxury product and can create a real feeling of bathroom elegance in your home. Available in a range of both traditional & modern designs here at Bathroom City, we’re able to provide you with a stunning range of Slipper Baths in both branded and non-branded variations.
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Slipper Bath Luxury
The main reason people purchase a slipper bath is because they want to create a truly luxurious bathroom experience. And who can blame them? Slipper baths are the perfect platform to do this. They’re a rich bathroom asset and usually qualify as the central bathroom focal point.
Slipper Bath Decisions - Legs or No Legs
A significant decision to make when you’re purchasing a slipper bath is whether you want it to have legs or not. Legs can really add a sense of character & style to your bath but tend to be associated with more traditional & period designed slipper baths.
On the contrary, modern slipper baths typically adopt a much more a minimal and sleek approach and often are just made from a single piece of material, be it marble, stone or reinforced acrylic.
The design you choose for your bathroom should be influenced by the design you choose for your whole bathroom. If you’re looking to create something luxurious, we recommend taking advantage of the beauty of bath legs. However, if you’re in the pursuit of something a little more modern, we recommend leaving the legs and choosing something much more minimal.
Slipper Bath Decisions – Freestanding Tap or Not?
Because slipper baths are considered such a focal piece, they tend to be positioned centrally inside the bathroom. This often means that a freestanding tap is required. This necessity brings with it a fantastic opportunity to further enhance the aesthetic appeal of your bathroom.
Although freestanding baths are usually positioned centrally, on occasion they can be located in a corner. When this is the case, a wall hung tap may be required.