Without a Tardis to help us, we are looking for the most spacious
bath (room for two) with the smallest overall size. Has anybody
We have tried a few in showrooms, and some rectangular ones 1900
x 900 seem OK, though difficult to accommodate. A corner bath
might work, if it really uses the space well - the ones we have
seen so far don't.
Chris J Dixon Nottingham UK
As a matter iof interest as I am looking for a big bath where did you
manage to find a 1900 on display? Around me I seem to see the same
half a dozen baths in all the showrooms.
I actually found a roll top was the best user of space for a tall
person, I could stretch me legs in a 1700 long roll top, but could not
in an 1800 more standard type.
We found that the "Urban Luxury Shaped Bath" from B&Q is longer than
average and considerably deeper (maybe about 20cm deeper). It has one
"rounded" corner and so not only do you have to use their own shaped
bath panel, but you need to decide on left or right handed. The plug
hole and overflow are at the middle (rather than at one end) and you
drill your own tap holes so they can go anywhere...
If you can find a B&Q with one on display then get in and see how
spacious it is - I did and ordered it on the spot!!
You can just about see the bath in this picture
Not sure how log ours is but its a malmo suite from Wickes
Its wider than the average bath with plug and taps in the middle. It fits 2
quite nicely but then that depends how big your 2 are. Its not that comfy
on your own though the end are too steep.
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