When choosing a new bathroom, it can be difficult to decide between having a bath with a shower extension or a separate shower cubicle. There are a lot of things to consider, such as how large is your bathroom? Do you have children? What can you afford? We’re going to give you some in depth knowledge on the options available so that you can decide what best suits you and your lifestyle.
A Separate Shower Cubicle
If you’re lucky enough to have a decent sized bathroom, then having a separate shower cubicle along with a separate bath could be the right option for you. It gives you the flexibility to have a long, hot dip in the tub to soak your aching muscles after a busy day, or a quick wash to wake up and refresh in the morning when you don’t have a lot of time. If you have children, it’s important to consider that this could be safer option. If they’re having a quick shower then it’s easier for them to access a online shower cubicles rather than having to clamber into a bath tub to stand up possibly slip. There’s also lot of different shapes and sizes available meaning you have the freedom to tailor your bathroom to look exactly the way that you want too.
A Shower Bath
Shower baths are great option to consider if you have a small bathroom. They’re compact, easy to use and efficient, as well as offering the best of both worlds without taking up too much space. They tend to require less maintenance as there are no shower doors to clean and it’s quick and easy to wash and replace a shower curtain. On the other hand, the size of the bath is likely to be smaller than that of a separate bath.