Do you have small bathrooms but still want a bathtub in it rather than just a shower? Maybe you have a half bath that you would like to convert into a full bath for a growing family. With all of today’s mini bathtub ideas and options.
A Mini bathtub and mini bathtub shower combo go a long way to mitigating the problem of small bathrooms. If your bathroom fixtures are spectacular, who notices how much space there is? The truth is that when it comes to fantastic bathrooms, the sight of a stylish mini bathtub will surely make all your guests gasp in awe!
Vintage freestanding tubs were much shorter than today’s tubs because people weren’t as tall as we are today. The shortest freestanding bathtub is a mere 48 inches, or four feet long, and can work well for children’s bathrooms or even for adults of average height.
These tubs, which can be of the clawfoot variety or a more modern pedestal style, can even have shower attachments, so you can have the best of both worlds in your cozy bath. This type of tub can sit against the wall and does not need any extra space for a surround or deck area.
The smallest soaking bathtub for small bathrooms, however, is the Japanese soaking tub, which is becoming more popular and widely available in the West. These tubs have built-in seats and are much deeper than a conventional American-style tub—about 27 inches deep, so that you sit upright and the water comes up to your chin, making it a true deep soaking tub. You can find these as small as 41 inches wide, which is perfect for a small bathroom, and it just might be perfect for your bathroom!
They also are available as oval or round freestanding tubs in various finishes, such as stainless steel, copper, or the traditional wood. In all honesty, a freestanding tub such as this one, in your home, would definitely improve your glamour!
Another way to fit a bathtub into a small bathroom is to consider installing a corner bathtub. Because of their design, corner tubs are both incredibly practical and also don’t require the long wall space that standard bathtubs do.
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