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The straight bath is one of the most versatile options for a modern bathroom as it offers both a stylish and timeless charm. Straight baths are a common choice with good reason owing its popularity to its simple and functional design. Plus, there are styles that suit both traditional and modern bathroom settings!
Single ended baths
This would describe a bath that has a tap at one end of its body and at the other will be a slope where you can rest your head. Perfect for relaxing!
Double ended baths
The main difference between this model and the single ended bath unit is where the taps are located. The taps are in middle of the bath so you are able to relax on either side of the tub.
You may think that straight baths only come in one standard look. However, these bathtubs actually come in a diverse range of styles and lengths and are typically fitted against a wall. There are dimensional differences to consider when it comes to picking your straight bath. Some models could be wide and some may be narrow.
Discover a variety of sizes to match an array of bathroom measurements including 1600MM models. At Bathshack you will be able to find models that can accommodate small spaces as well as large spaces. We stock only the highest quality bathroom fixtures and accessories across the UK and Northern Ireland.
We also have a selection of bath panels to match our baths so you are certain to find something that fits your taste.
Feel assured that if you do choose to buy one of our straight baths it will be placed in the hands of our elite distribution network. This services not only Irish counties such as Dublin but we can also send packages across the UK.
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- Why choose a straight bath?
- Straight baths are perhaps the most common choice for bathrooms, butwe offer a wide variety of products so you can find one to best suit yourtaste and style of bathroom. Our range of straight baths combine asimple design, excellent level of practicality and premium materials tocreate an effortlessly beautiful and highly functional product for yourbathroom.
- Can a straight bath be built against a wall?
Yes, many of our straight baths feature a design that allow them to stand against a wall in order to make for optimum space-saving results. If you are unsure whether a specific straight bath can be installed against a wall, contact a member of our team and they will be happy to assist.
- What is the average size of a straight bath?
Our straight baths come in a range of different sizes so that there’s something for bathrooms of all sizes. Dimensions around 1700 x 750mm are a common length for the straight bath. Although we feature baths that are 1500mm x 700mm, if you’re working with a compact bathroom.
- Should I go for a single ended or double ended bath?
- Single-ended baths tend to be the standard design for straight baths and are perfect for a solo-soak. Both the taps and the waste are usually situated on one end of the tub, typically with the taps fitted above the waste area. This side of the bath is usually straight to allow for water to flow directly into the tub, whilst the opposite end will have a gentle slope for bath and shoulder support to allow for a relaxing and comfortable soak. With a double-ended bath, the taps and waste are either fitted in the centre of the tub, attached to the adjacent wall or the tap stands mounted to the floor. The absence of taps on one side means both ends of the bath are free so it’s possible to sit in either direction without having to worry about taps getting in the way. The ample amount of room also means that it’s possible to invite someone else in.
- Are straight baths of a good quality?
Yes, certainly so. Although a popular product and featuring an overall simplistic design, each straight bath stocked at Bathshack has been made with premium materials in order ensure a product that can boast a triad of style, practicality and quality so that you don’t have to make compromises in any form.