In centuries past, a “freestanding bath” was merely an oversized metal or copper pot placed in the center of the room at bath time. As time went on, luxurious cast iron baths with elegant claw feet and enamel coatings became the trend. Then came the era of the built-in bath and shower combination. Now we have come full circle, as freestanding baths are all the rage again, and for good reason.
Here at Traditional Bathrooms we are seeing a great deal of enthusiasm from customers who want something different. People seem to really like the idea that they have so many options to make their new bathroom unique. A traditional bathroom can suit anything from a modest unit to a grand bathroom suite in a stately home. It pays homage to the past but sacrifices nothing in terms of comfort, style and easy maintenance. Continue reading →
When choosing wall and floor tiles, there is so much you need to consider. Colour and pattern is usually what people tend to think of first when renovating their bathroom but have you thought about the material the tile is made from?