HOW TO CHOOSE THE PERFECT BATHTUB
Choosing a bath is a crucial decision as it can completely transform the aesthetic appearance of a bathroom interior. However, style and design are not the only factors to select a perfect fit, but also the practicality. You must carefully consider the functionality you require from your bathtub. Multiple style options make it even more confusing. To make this easy for you, we are providing you with a brief buyer guide that will help you in choosing between a single-ended and a double-ended bath.
Single Ended BathIn a single-ended bath, the plug and overflow hole is fitted at the vertical straight end of the tub known as the foot of the bath. The other end has an ergonomically shaped slope to offer comfortable support for your back and neck while bathing. The single-ended bath is for individual use and an excellent choice for compact spaces. You can also add a bath screen and shower valve to use it as a shower bath.
Double Ended BathA double-ended bath is one where the plug and overflow hole is in the centre of the bath while both ends have a gentle slope to offer support for your back and neck. These baths are open at both ends providing enough space for two. If you have a family of small children, the double-ended bath is a brilliant choice. Most of the double-ended baths are designed as freestanding to fit in with a traditional setting. If your bathroom has a classic interior and larger space or you would like a bath large enough to fit two people, a double-ended bath is the bath for you.