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
Posted on: 1st Jul 2014
The bathtub is the centrepiece of your bathroom. There are many different styles available, from classic traditional roll top baths, spacious double-ended baths that allow two bathers to use the tub at once, luxurious corner baths and space-efficient single-ended straight baths.
The right shape and style for you will depend on your own personal tastes and also practical considerations such as the size and shape of your bathroom. You can customise your bath further by choosing taps, feet and other accessories that reflect your own personality and tastes.
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Posted on: 9th Jun 2014
When the time comes to update our bathroom, there’s a world of new features revealed to us. From the freestanding 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 bathtub itself. This is the rock upon which a dream bathroom is formed.
Here, we take a look at the 4 reasons for choosing a nice large bath; giving you an opportunity to see why investing in a decent-sized, quality design will do wonders for the overall success of your bathroom.
1. Making it a Place to Relax
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
Posted on: 9th May 2014
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Not content with merely launching our new Camberley and Ottowa Roll Top Baths, here's yet another roll top bath we’re proud to introduce!
The Shakespeare Black Roll Top Bath is our very first roll top bath with black surround and was specifically designed to fit with current trends. As we predicted at the start of the year, the monochrome look has proved to be a real winner with our customers. We listened to your feedback and finally created a black surround version of our already popular Shakespeare Bath.
Posted on: 6th May 2014
We’re delighted to announce the launch of two new roll top baths to our already extensive range. Each bath represents a very different style.
Camberley Roll Top Bath
The Camberley Roll Top Bath is designed to complement our traditional bathroom suite ranges, such as the Camberley and Winchester.
Manufactured in high quality acrylic and reinforced with fibreglass and resin, it combines all the classic features of a freestanding, period bathtub with quality, modern materials.
You'll also love the attention to detail, with classic thin edges designed to replicate the period look, along with the choice of either classic dragon claw or ball feet.
The bath has a luxurious 170 litre capacity, more than deep enough for a relaxing wallow! With bath waste included, we're offering you this simply gorgeous product at a special introductory price of just £449!
If you love the style, but don't have space for a freestanding bath, we also have the Camberley Back to Wall Bath. Made from the same quality materials, with the same capacity, we always aim to provide you with elegant space-saving solutions!
Ottowa Roll Top Bath
The Ottowa Roll Top Bath is an altogether more modern affair. With a contemporary, angular design mounted on modern chrome legs, it's a bathtub which will provide stunning designer appeal to your bathroom.
Just like the Camberley, the Ottowa is manufactured in high quality acrylic and reinforced with fibreglass and resin, the latest bath materials - designed to make this bath hard-wearing and scratch-resistant.
At a capacity of 180 litres, you'll have more than enough room to enjoy a luxurious, hot & bubbly bath (glass of chilled wine optional!)
Posted on: 2nd Apr 2014
Your choice of whether you install a shower enclosure or a bathtub will have an enormous effect on your mornings every day for years to come, so you need to decide very carefully exactly which is best for you.
There are many factors to consider when deciding between the two, relating to the design and proportions of your bathroom, your personal needs, your family’s needs and your preferences.
Here is a breakdown of the five key questions to ask yourself, to help you make this essential decision:
1. How much space do you have available?
Some bathrooms simply won’t be able to accommodate a full-size bathtub and you need to look at the proportions of the bathtubs on the market and measure your space carefully to see if any can fit.
If your bathroom is of a certain size, you may simply have to install a shower enclosure rather than a bathtub.
2. Do you even need to choose?
If you have space available for a full-size bathtub and don’t want to limit yourself, a shower fixed above the bathtub, with an accompanying shower bath installed, may be the perfect compromise.
3. What are you realistically going to need?
Some live fast-paced, busy lifestyles and simply don’t have the time to take a relaxing bath every morning. If you’re one of these racy individuals, you don’t want to cut yourself off from the time-efficiency of a shower enclosure