Free-standing bathtubs, as the name suggests can be seen in its entirety without any additional accessories or coverings. These bathtubs are easy to install and can be placed anywhere in the space; they can either follow the classic clawfoot design or follow a modern design, making it a versatile piece of ceramic.
Drop-in bathtubs are built into a frame/ deck/ peninsula, where the plumbing and pipework are concealed. They have their own rim, which offers extra space to keep your soap, book, shampoo and other accessories. These bathtubs are low and are easier to access, as they have support and you don’t have to worry about climbing into it from the height.
Corner bathtubs are a great fit for small bathrooms, as they occupy the corner of the bathroom, leaving room for you to do more with your bathroom space. Add more elements to your space and create an environment to destress
The Alcove bathtub requires tiled walls or fitted panels, to create an illusion of an enclosure that can be converted into a tub/shower combination. These tubs are cost-effective, easy to install and maximize your space, as it fits perfectly into small spaces.