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Just Arrived: Freestanding Baths

A fabulous focal point for your bathroom, a freestanding bath is oh-so desirable. Feast your eyes on these beauties, new into Bathrooms.com this month. A freestanding bath comes at the top of the most-wanted list for many of us when we’re creating the bathroom scheme we’ve always dreamed of. Take a look at our hot list of gorgeous designs and get planning your new room.

1 Vittone
For the ultimate in luxury, check out our Vittone bath. It’s a statement contemporary design that will make an amazing centrepiece for a bathroom with impeccable design credentials. The high back makes it perfect for long relaxed soaks, as it will support your back and neck. Made from acrylic, it’s warm to the touch, and the thin edges make it look light and elegant. Pick from classic white, or a black exterior that’ll work perfectly at the heart of a stunning monochrome scheme.
Vittone Freestanding Bath - Bathrooms.com
2 Victorian
If you want your room to have traditional elements, opt for a roll-top bath. Our Victorian has an up-to-date twist, though, with warm wooden feet that’ll give your room an organic note. Choose the Victorian bath for a modern country scheme and team it with other wood finishes in the room. Walls painted in a mid-toned green, or fitted with tongue and groove panelling would complete the look. 
Team this bath with other Victorian style fittings, such as a close-coupled toilet and pedestal basin, or mix and match with contemporary fittings. Short on floor space? Take a look at our Victorian back to wall freestanding bath, which has the same style credentials, but sits neatly along one wall.
Victorian Freestanding Bath - Bathrooms.com
3 Verity
With the elegant lines of a slipper bath, our Verity bath gives a modern update to a classic design. Its internal curves and extra width make lying back comfortable, upping the luxury level. The silver ball feet are also a nod to its heritage, but their lines are contemporary and they’ll pull your scheme together, matching chrome bath and basin taps. It’s made to be used with a floorstanding tap, making it a real show-off piece for your bathroom.
 Verity Freestanding Bath - Bathrooms.com
4 Beattie
If you want to complement a period home, the Beattie freestanding bath is a clever choice. Taking its cue from historic designs, it sits on a plinth, maximising its impact as a focal point. It’s also ideal for rooms with lofty ceilings, as its height is well proportioned to the room’s dimensions. Use it to create symmetry in your scheme as it’s double ended – centring it relative to the room or one wall. Its balanced curves make it comfortable for one, or even two if you like to share.
Beattie Freestanding Bath - Bathrooms.com
5 Edwardian
Love the idea of adding ornamentation to your bathroom? The Edwardian bath is the perfect option with a selection of feet, including beautifully detailed traditional designs in silver and gold – as well as a sleeker modern design – on offer. The feet also allow the bath to ‘float’ above the floor, so it’s ideal for smaller rooms, creating the illusion of more space. With a flat roll top, it has historic roots, but is fuss-free enough for any modern bathroom.
 Edwardian Freestanding Bath - Bathrooms.com
6 Slipper
After the real deal? The Slipper freestanding bath has authentic period style in easy to care for modern materials. Perfect for older homes and modern country interiors to create a traditional effect, its elegant lines will also complement curvaceous contemporary basins and toilets to create an individual look in newer homes. Make the most of its supportive shape by positioning it towards a great view from your window.
Slipper Freestanding Bath - Bathrooms.com
7 Townley
For those who love a fuss-free, minimalistic look, the Townley bath fits the bill. Its lines are simple and symmetrical and will help to create a calm sanctuary-style room. It’s a bath made for sharing as it’s double ended, but if you prefer to keep all that soothing space to yourself, we wouldn’t blame you. Consider using the Townley as the focal point of a main bathroom – or you could even create boutique hotel style by adding it to a master bedroom.
Townley Freestanding Bath - Bathrooms.com
8 Thornton
The Thornton is a bath with style and substance, and would look fabulous at the heart of a room. It has strong lines and definite angles, so it’s ideal combined with both a basin and toilet with similar qualities. Choose it for a room with bigger dimensions – it sits directly on the floor, so it will help make the room’s proportions feel cocooning rather than cavernous. It’s made to be used with a floorstanding tap, making it an eye-catching feature of your room.
Thornton Freestanding Bath - Bathrooms.com
9 Leoni
The restrained curves of the Leoni freestanding bath make it easy on the eye, and supportive and comfortable to use. It’s ideal for both a family bathroom or an en suite with generous proportions, bringing understated style to the room scheme. The double-ended design makes it flexible for your bathing – and when you’re popping the kids in the bath.
Leoni Freestanding Bath - Bathrooms.com
10 Meyer
Looking for a more substantial contemporary shape? The Meyer bath has an opulent look with its wider edge and will sit confidently at the heart of any modern scheme. Curving towards the floor externally, its shape means it will keep the overall feel of your room light and airy despite its generous internal capacity. Use it to create a family bathroom with style. Double ended, it’s as useful for children’s bathtimes as it is comfy for your own.
Meyer Freestanding Bath - Bathrooms.com
11 Aalto 
A monochrome scheme makes a style statement that will last for your bathroom, and the Aalto bath is a fantastic starting point for the look. Its black exterior and white edge and interior give it a crisp finish that make it a fabulous focal point without over-dominating the room. Team it with a gallery of black and white photographs on the walls and brick-shaped glossy white wall tiles for a grown-ups only bathroom.
Aalto Freestanding Bath - Bathrooms.com

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