Experience Bathroom Elegance with Roll Top Baths
When asked what it is that people love most about roll top baths, the answer is undoubtedly almost always its classical design. The tubs different components all work together from the bath itself to its traditional taps and claw feet which all add to its glamorous and truly elegant appearance that it is so desired for.
Many dream about slipping into a deep, long, hot soak in a luxurious bathtub. A freestanding roll top bath is the perfect tub for the job and will naturally take its place as the focal point of your entire home.
The roll tops perfect curves will lend a contemporary feel to the classical design as well as add a traditional touch to whichever room it’s in. They are deceivingly large and deep, making them the ultimate luxurious bath time indulgence. There are many styles and shapes to choose from to ensure your tub fits into your home perfectly, such as the slipper bathwhich is especially renowned for its ability to create a romantic atmosphere.
A tap is a necessary accompaniment for all baths, however one that is traditionally styled can become the perfectly compliment to your roll top bath. A Victorian Bath Mixer will without a doubt add an element of glamour to your tub allowing you to pour and bath in style and depending on the bath design you choose, can be fitted to either the side or middle of the tub itself.
Freestanding baths often require a leg to stand on which in the case of roll top baths, are known as feet or claws. The will provide the perfect finishing touch to your tub and are available in various designs including gargoyle and lion paw feet in either a chrome or white painted finish.
So what are you waiting for? Transform your bathroom into a relaxing retreat with a bath that is not only easy on the eye but undeniably comfortable too.
Enjoy bath time excellence a tub from The Cast Iron Bath Company. Choose from their wide range of cast iron roll top baths in an array of designs styled on those created during the late Victorian through to Edwardian periods in Britain and France. Each tub is manufactured using a combination of traditional casting techniques and modern vitrified enamels for the perfect finish.