Shower Baths – A Touch of Bathroom Convenience


Yesterday I gave you insight into the luxurious roll top baths available, the perfect addition for the luxurious bathroom design. Roll top baths are not always practical for smaller bathroom spaces, which is why today I thought I would write about shower baths.

If you’re in the process of renovating your family bathroom then you know your biggest problem is trying to keep everyone happy. You want a bath where you can soak after juggling work and the children all day and your children want a shower, which is quick and easy when they want to run out and spend the evening with friends.

Shower baths are the perfect solution, they offer convenience and the arguments can end as they meet the requirements of the whole family with ease.

Choosing shower baths is the most practical option for any sized bathroom enabling the whole family to be happy with the decision and chop and change their bathing preferences as and when they want to.

During winter there is nothing better than a soak in a hot bubble bath after a long day. While you may find this a welcome break at the end of the day, your teenage children may find this wastes too much of their time.

Keeping everyone happy is just as welcome as having that hot bath, if everyone is happy there are no arguments, you can get younger children to bathe easier and don’t end up with a child that refuses to get in the shower because they can’t bear the feeling of water running on them.

The shower baths are also really helpful when you have very young children in the home. It’s not practical to pop a six month old baby under the shower to wash them, a bath is a necessity, but as they get older, throwing a dirty ten year old that is covered in mud under the shower is much easier than sitting them in a bath.

With shower baths you win either way, you have the advantage of both without compromising your floor space.

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