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As traditional baths go, a Victorian freestanding bath can form the jewel in the crown of your new Victorian style bathroom and create a stunning centrepiece. An indulgent, interior design statement, these soaking tubs look impressive and provide luxurious bathing. The right bath could be the cornerstone of your entire new bathroom design. A common feature of Victorian baths was decorative feet, the most recognisable style being a ball and claw foot, other traditional styles include lion heads and ornate patterns.
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We would highly recommend a cast iron or slipper bath to anyone looking to create a Victorian-style bath. Slipper baths are a solid form with a raised back designed for laying long ways with head support, they're a wonderfully relaxing bathtub! Try the Imperial Hampton Freestanding Slipper Bath for a fantastic opulent bathing experience.
More Industrial or 1920's looking traditional baths have solid metal feet with curves.
If you are interested in purchasing a freestanding bath but are worried that you have won't have enough space for it then worry no more.
Burlington Baths have two products that are worth looking at if you are looking at baths for a small bathroom (less than 1500mm).
The Burlington Buckingham Bath and the Burlington Windsor Bath. These great traditional freestanding baths are a great example of the contemporary-classic style. Both have the choice of foot design and color. This will allow you to mix and match the feet with the rest of your design and color. This will you to mix and match the feet with the rest of your design perfectly from a choice of Classical, Traditional, Period style. There is also the choice of having three more foot shapes: Ball and Claw, Arc and Classic which are all available in black, white, or chrome.
In British bathrooms, we frequently have shower baths. the shower baths have a shower kit installed above a bath rather than a shower tray particularly in renovations to save on space. There are bath models out now that have the freestanding look, but fit into a corner, giving you the look you want with the function you need!
Burlington Hampton Traditional Showerbath, The April Kildwick, The Old London Kenton, and The Royce Morgan Balmoral. These are all good examples. Another popular option is to go for a bath filler tap that has a shower handset. This gives you the functionality for a shower for rinsing and cleaning on your freestanding bath.
We have many bath shower screens available. Our recommendation is the Burlington Hampton bath panel screen and the ClearGreen bath screen with access panel. The access panel allows you to start the shower without getting into the bath first (missing any cold shower spray). The Burlington Hamper screen has a lovely traditional Victorian styling, complimenting victorian interiors.