If you are like most people, we spend a large amount of our free time in the bathroom. Although women are more likely than men to enjoy the benefits of a nice long soak in a bath, more men than ever have admitted to soaking in the bath at least three times a week. Therefore, it is of no surprise that one should take their time in selecting out the perfect bathtub for their respective house.
Whether you are remodeling or rennovating your existing bathroom or building your own custom home, you should not compromise on your bathtub. There are several things to keep in mind when you are selecting the right bath tub. These things include, but are not limited to the color of the bathtub, the size of the bathtub and the features that come with the bathtub.
First, the color of the bathtub. Most people will agree that the color of your tub should match the colors of your bathroom. The nice thing about bathtubs is that you are no longer limited to just the plain, porcelain, white tub anymore. There are a vast array of color schemes that you will be able to choose from. You can choose bold and vivid colors like red, blue, pink or green or stay more modern with the light brown or off-white colors.
Next thing to consider will be the color of the bathtub. You do not need to be an interior designer to know that the color of yourbathtub should match the colors of your bedroom and most importantly your bathroom. The nice thing about bathtubs is that you are no longer limited to just the plain, porcelain, white tub anymore. There is a wide variety of colorss that you will be able to choose from. You can choose bold and vivid colors like green, red, blue, pink or green or stay more traditional with the light brown, typical white or off-white colors.
The last thing you will need to decide on is the features of your bathtub. Like most items out there, you have a wide variety of different features that come with the bathtubs. A few of my favorite extra features are whirlpools, jet streams, walk-in bath tubs, free standing tubs (i.e., not attached to the floor) and traditional Japanese deep bathtubs that come with mini massagers. The walk in tubs are basically tubs that have a door you open and walk through and then shuts behind you before you start running the water. This is very handy for senior citizens or for those with certain handicaps.
Whatever the purpose for buying a new bathtub, do not skimp on spending time researching your various options. I completely believe that a big long soak inside a tub is a great way to finish off the day after working hard or playing with the kids.