A quarter of bathroom small does not mean you have to give up the luxury of installing a soaking tub, which is much deeper than standard tubs. The soaking tubs allow you to immerse the body in the water, leaning comfortably back in the bathtub without having to slide down in a difficult and uncomfortable situation.
Use the corner of your bathroom for a corner bath, which may seem extravagant and luxurious, while occupying less space. Corner bathtubs can actually make the room appear larger and standing in the corner and take up less visual space. The tubs may also provide up to 1 foot (30 cm) of space due to additional corner bath tub position. Whirlpools, armrest, corner seats and various decorative finishes are available.
Claw foot tubs
Claw foot tubs come in a variety of styles and can add an antique look to your small bathroom while taking less space due to visual design separate bathtub. Supplements will allow you to convert your claw foot tub in a shower, which can eliminate the need for a separate shower and save more space. The tub may include extreme to rest on both sides with a drain in the center to create a comfortable bath for two or a drain at one end with a design to rest at the other end.
Readily available in stores and home improvement warehouse stores, regular acrylic bathtubs come in smaller sizes and varying depths, allowing you to choose a bathtub that fits your small bathroom and meets your needs. Some baths have additional options such as water jets, to create the bathing experience you want.
Bathtubs with door
Bathtubs with door take up much less space than traditional bathtubs because they are about the same size as a standard shower cubicle. The bathtub has a door on the side that lets you literally get in the tub. Most models include a seat. The drawback of the tubs with door is that you get into the tub before opening the water and wait until it is fully drained before you can out of the bath.