With or without foam, bathing is a time that many enjoy, provided you have the right bathtub. If you are looking for one for your bathroom, we give you a little push to help you make your choice. Brand, material, shape, and of course price, there is something for all tastes and desires. Relaxing whirlpool bath, hip bath for small spaces, or even a very designer asymmetrical bathtub, the possibilities are numerous on the websites of e-merchants and allow everyone to find what they are looking for. All you have to do is make your choice and finalize your installation with a curtain or a bath screen, not to mention a cushion to place under your head for relaxation in the best conditions. If you have space, there's nothing like a corner bath.They are generally equipped with very pleasant jets which can offer you massages during your bath.
Our selection :
Our selection :
Bathtub Corvette, Jacob Delafon
Fany bathtub, Ondee
Aero bathtub, Allibert
D-Code bathtub, Duravit
Asymmetric left bathtub Spacy, Allibert
Freestanding bathtub, Petit Bazar
Freestanding oval bathtub, DilMoonShop
Freestanding bathtub Vice, Bernstein
Freestanding rectangular bathtub, Burano
Which tub material to choose?
In the bathroom, the bathtub is a central element. Whether you choose a hip bath, a spa bath or a corner bath, you must choose a material. Let's see the main ones available on the market and their particularities. First of all, the cast iron. It is a material that has been used for a very long time, particularly resistant and retaining heat very well. It brings a very pleasant little retro touch but is nevertheless extremely heavy. Another possibility is steel. Long perceived as a little cheap and low-end, it has been perfected and the sounding board effect is much less present. Steel is also durable, tough and retains heat. Now let's move on to the most used material: acrylic. He can adopt n 'any design and allows in particular to manufacture asymmetrical bathtubs. Finally, small budgets will appreciate fiberglass. The models are light and the design adapts to all tastes. While fiberglass has many advantages, it is not very resistant over time. Indeed, after a while it becomes porous and will eventually let water through.