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Products in the Corner Baths category have been rated 4.7 out of 5 based on 3 reviews.

There are 5 products on sale, ranging from £219.99 to £649.00

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4 Things to consider when repositioning your Bath

Posted on: 25th Nov 2014

There are many things to think about when you redecorate a bathroom and one of the main things you'll need to focus on is the placement of the bath. If you plan on repositioning your bath or moving it to a new location, it might not be as easy as you think! So here are 4 things to take into consideration: 1. Can you supersize your bath? Perhaps one of the easiest things to do is to invest in a larger bath. Making it bigger, if space will allow, is a great way to alter the look of the room and to enhance your bathing experience. You also won’t need to worry about the plumbing as you’ll be keeping it in the same place but simply eliminating a little space in front or behind the bath. Top Tip: If you feel you don't have enough room for a freestanding tub, why not go for a back to wall bath, like the Camberley (pictured)? 2. Is it near a plumbing connection? If you don't have a lot of money to work with, you’ll need to ensure you don’t need to move the plumbing connections. The cost of a bathroom remodelling job shoots up dramatically when you have to change water connections. It’s the one thing you don’t always consider when you’re choosing a placement for the bath. 3

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Why choosing a Good Quality Bath is so important!

Posted on: 27th Oct 2014

When the time comes to update our bathroom, there’s a world of new features revealed to us. From the whirlpool bath to the walk-in shower, installing a modern bathroom can be a process which brings plenty of positive changes with it. One of the most exciting and enjoyable additions to a bathroom is the bath tub itself. This is the rock upon which a dream bathroom is formed. Here, we take a look at the benefits of a good bath; giving several reasons why investing in a quality design will do wonders for the overall success of your bathroom. Relax & take it easy Many of us today use our bathrooms as a space based primarily on utility. We'll take our morning shower, clean our teeth and move on. A bathroom on which you've spent time can be as enjoyable a space as your living room or bedroom. On those long days when you arrive home from work and need nothing more than a long period of relaxation, it’s to your bathroom that you should turn. There are few things more relaxing than stepping into a deep and warm bath with a glass of wine and a good book

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Modern Bath & Shower Options

Posted on: 15th Oct 2014

As the old Bob Dylan song goes "The times they are a-changing", and nowhere is this more true than in the nation's bathrooms, with more and more people ditching the traditional bathtub for a space and water-saving shower. With our busy lives in these modern times, it's much quicker and more convenient to hop into an invigorating shower, rather than having to spend time filling a bath for our morning wash. The days when whole families took it turns to have a weekly wash in the tub are gone and people now expect a shower to be in place pretty much wherever they live. And for those with restricted mobility, such as the elderly, climbing into a bath simply isn't practical. However, for those of us who still love our baths, this doesn't mean our options are cut down. On the contrary! In fact, these days there are more options than ever! No need for compromise Whilst a shower potentially takes up less space, a bathtub may still be a necessity, especially when it comes to young children who need their daily bath routine, and as we get older, a bath is very welcome addition when it comes to soothing away those aches and pains. With specially designed shower baths, that come with extra space at the shower end and a screen to prevent splashing, coupled with robust and beautiful tiling, you can have the best of both worlds when it comes to bathing and showering. Even a regular straight bath can be adapted with a handy folding bath screen, to house a modern shower. The great thing is, these days, there is a choice to suit almost anyone when it comes to the design of your bathroom. Modern shower options If it's a shower you're after, there are now a variety of walk-in shower enclosures, which come with very low shower trays and no doors, to help aid accessibility

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Baths v Showers: Which side are you on?

Posted on: 21st Jul 2014

It’s the 21st century and we're busier than ever, juggling multiple commitments such as work and family that barely a second moment can be spared. I’m sure that we all have a long list of things we wished we could do if only we had the time – and that includes taking a bath. Taking a shower, however, is by far the more popular and widely used method for washing, taking up substantially less time versus taking a bath. Showers are therefore much more suited to our daily lives and require sufficiently less water, reducing both the financial and environmental impacts. Are you a Bath Fan? However, there’s a reason why most bathrooms still have a bath in them and that is because we love the luxury of them when we are actually able to take one. And rightly so! Baths can really help us unwind and slow down time, giving us space to think despite the demands of our hectic lives. To satisfy this desire, Victoria Plumb offers a fantastic range of elegant freestanding bathtubs that will help anyone inject much-needed luxury into their home. Furthermore, there are few things that can be improved to ensure your baths are as eco-friendly as possible. Acrylic baths help improve efficiency at retaining hot water, thus reducing your need to top up the bath with hot water, while thermostatic taps provide the highest level of control over water flow and temperature. Lavish Roll Top Baths Roll top baths have become a popular choice across a wide spectrum of styles ranging from a 30s Hollywood regency bathroom style to oriental style

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Corner baths from Victoria Plumb

For decades the traditional rectangular straight bath has been the constant fixture in most homes. Today there are several different shapes and sizes of baths available, from the corner bath to the freestanding bath in updated designs.

Add a touch of drama to your bathroom suite with a distinctive corner bath from Victoria Plumb. Our striking corner bath designs are enhanced by a spacious oval bath with a contoured seating area. Choosing to have your bath in the corner is an ideal way of saving space in moderately sized bathrooms adding the final touch to the bath suite of your dreams.

Large and small corner baths

One reason that many people opt to buy a corner bath is to save space in their bathroom. These small baths can fit snuggly into the corner of your bathroom, which will take up less space but you don't have to comprise on the room within the tub. If you have a cloakroom bathroom or ensuite then a small corner bath might be the perfect option for you. We also stock both right hand and left hand corner baths, to ensure you have an option no matter the shape of your bathroom.

If crave for more space then we also have a selection of large corner baths that are perfect for those who like to take a long relaxing soak. A large corner bath is also big enough to accommodate two people, ideal if you enjoy a soak with your partner. 

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