Corner Baths

Corner baths are prefect for luxurious bathrooms. These are available in either right hand or left had to suit your bathroom. With most baths you will need to purchase the legs separately. These will be available when you add the chosen bath to your basket. You will also need to purchase taps and a waste for the bath. Some of the baths will a specific waste for the bath so please check this before you order.
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Q. What is a corner bath?
A. A corner bath is much like it sounds and is a bath that is designed to fit into a corner, usually either right handed or left handed.
Q. Why should I choose a corner bath?
A. A corner bath is a good idea for those who don't have a huge bathroom but want a decent sized bath. Generally they are deeper from the wall than a standard bath, but are smaller than standard in length. You are likely to lose much less of the bathing area and wall space with a corner bath than with this length standard bath. Usually this model of bath will be available as a left handed version or a right handed version to ensure the best fit for your bathroom.
Q. What style should I go for?
A. There is unfortunatelynot much choice when it comes to the style of a corner bath, due to the nature of the shape. However, you will find that some corner baths will come in slightly different shapes, for example wider at one end than the other like a shower bath. there is no right or wrong, but if you would like a corner bath you may have to resign yourself to the fact that you probably won't have a great choice of style with these baths.
Q. Will I need anything else to go with my corner bath?
A. Your corner bath will probably not come with the bath panel and if this is the case they are usually specific to the bath and will need to be purchased additionally to the bath. Taps and waste will also not be included. If you are at all unsure about what is included or what is needed, check the adverts carefully and seek advise from your plumber.
Q. Are corner baths suitable for use in cloakroom bathrooms?
A. As a cloakroom bathroom would be too small to install a bath into, this would not be recommended for a cloakroom bathroom.
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