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Styles And Shapes Of Roll Top Baths

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Your bathroom is an important room in our home and one of the ones that gets used the most frequently. Therefore it is only sensible to make sure that you carefully consider the type of bath that you would choose to be the centrepiece of your room, along with the right accessories and complimentary furniture to accompany it. Most baths these days are either acrylic baths or baths made from metals like cast iron or copper.

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How To Choose A Roll Top Bath

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Choosing A Roll Top Bath Now that the Christmas period is out of the way, and the winter season is still here, it is an ideal time to start looking into doing some home improvements. One area that will benefit from some extra care and attention is your bathroom.

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Bathe In Style With A Roll Top Bath

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Make A Design Statement With A Roll Top Baths From Period Dramas; to property shows there is a lot of exposure on television or in design magazines for the stylish bathroom furniture that is the roll top bath. These baths are becoming increasingly popular; however they’re still at the point where they have a special quality that means that they’re not a common feature in a lot of bathrooms therefore meaning you can stand out from the crowds.

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Designing A New Bathroom? Start With A Roll Top Bath!

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Make Your Bathroom Standout From The Rest With A Roll Top Bath! As summer seems to be drawing to a close, the time has come where you can think about looking into DIY and home improvements to keep yourself busy on a weekend! With a bank holiday weekend approaching, then this is a nice time to start planning what you might want to do to make your bathroom a different from the crowd, and the envy of your friends!

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The History of Bathing and the Roll Top Bath

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When it comes to bathing, roll top baths themselves have almost as much significance as the act itself.   In England during the 1500s regular bathing was practically unheard of, particularly during the winter months. In fact, it was mostly down to the colder climate (and of course lack of luxury bathtubs and central home heating), that the month of May offered an ideal time to bathe. As a result, June became a popular time for people to wed as their bath was still considered recent, which is where the…read more

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