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Shower baths can be a useful addition to your bathroom and the same is the case with the B shaped shower bath in case of not having a definitive space. If you're short of space and are unable to accommodate the large shower and full-size bath you'd prefer, but don't want to skimp on usability and comfort, a shower bath could be the answer.
If your bathroom aesthetic consists of graceful curves - a rounded toilet and basin; rounded, flowing lines in your taps and shower mixer - the curved design of B-shaped shower baths makes them perfect for your space. As with all shower baths, though, they are more appropriate for a contemporary space, looking far less at home in a period-styled bathroom.
Offering a more spacious showering area than a small corner shower, and with the advantage that they can offer a full-length bathing space while taking up as little floor area as possible, these innovations mean that you no longer have to choose between a shower and a bath or put up with a cramped bathroom. As with most baths, B-shaped shower baths are generally available in two lengths: 1700mm for a full-length soak and 1500mm for the smaller bathroom. A standard bath width of approx. 750mm widens in a curve around the shower area to a more elbow-friendly 850mm.
You'll find that most designs are constructed from acrylic: it's a flexible construction material with which modern manufacturers can create a wider range of shapes and styles than their predecessors. When choosing an acrylic shower bath, bear in mind that the acrylic used in the bath's construction will vary in quality: you'll generally find that by opting for a thicker acrylic, your bath will be stronger and more resilient. Go for durability as well as looks when you're choosing bathroom fittings: you want your bath to last and paying a little more to ensure this durability can be worthwhile.
The royal bathrooms assure you to provide the best solution for all the products including B shaped shower baths to be made of the best version of the raw material in all stages of manufacturing. Additionally, the company will provide you free home delivery, exchange policy and warranty all in a bucket to maintain the level of credibility with the customers (terms & conditions may apply).
Most bathroom suppliers will not include taps or waste with a bath: these must be bought separately, as there can be a huge amount of choice available even in selecting something as ostensibly simple as a bath waste. Bear this in mind when you're pricing up your options, as you can't use the bath without taps or waste, so you do need to budget for them. You will also generally need to buy your shower screen separately. You'll also need to think about how your bath will look in your bathroom. You may find that your bath comes with standard white acrylic bath panels, or you might have to buy panels separately. Often, you will be able to buy bath panels that coordinate with any bathroom furniture you have selected, which can help to create a harmonious look throughout your room. And this all is your choice at the end if you want the extras or not for the B shaped shower bath UK.
If you plan to fit your bath in a recess, you will only require a single side panel: there are a range of designs out there, made specifically for B-shaped shower baths. If you'll be fitting your bath into a corner, you'll also need an end panel. Some acrylic panels are supplied in a standard size to be cut down before fitting; others are supplied to fit the exact dimensions of your bath. Do make sure, if you're buying your panels separately, that you select the right size for your bath.
L- and B-shaped shower baths have a standard width bathing space topped by a wide shower area: in the L-shaped bath this area is square, and in the B-shaped bath it is rounded. Both are fitted with a shaped shower screen to ensure the bathroom doesn't get wet when the shower is in use. It is possible to buy and fit shower screen over the full bath: more common with corner baths, this is also possible on traditional baths, and it, of course, protects your bathroom fully from shower spray. This may, however, be a somewhat overpowering look in a small bathroom.
Just like elaborated earlier, L- and B-shaped baths are square-edged and rounded-edged respectively: they provide a similar degree of extra elbow space for showering, however, so the difference in shape is a style point to for you to consider, rather than a size-critical issue. At the royal bathrooms, the bath panels are widely available for either design, so that your bath can be coordinated with your bathroom furniture, or your floor or wall coverings, should you so choose. We target the entire UK market and are celebrated for delivering quality products over the last years. The category of B shaped shower bath at the royal bathrooms, offers you optional side panels, screens, rail screens, and many other customization options are also here for you.
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