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What are the main types of bathtubs?

The Freestanding Tub

You name it, the tub is standing freely! Thanks to its manufacture shaping, this one-piece artifact doesn't need something additional to its own weight to stand alone. Heavenly elegant, the freestanding bathtub is a strong design choice and the masterpiece of the room, they are frequently seen in luxury bedrooms as an illustration of their exquisite distinction.

This is always a great choice to ensure you pleasant shampoo moments with your yellow duck, as well as a great aesthetic of your room.

A freestanding bathtub is different from an alcove bathtub, which is surrounded by either one, two, or three walls. A freestanding tub usually just sits on the bathroom floor without feet or a platform. It works the same way as an alcove or built-in tub. Flexibility is one of the best things about a freestanding tub. There are a lot of different colors and styles of freestanding tubs, so you can be sure to find one that goes with the rest of your bathroom's decor. It's not hard to clean and take care of a freestanding bathtub, and many of them are very comfortable. Most freestanding bathtubs are between 55" and 72" long.

The Pedestal Tub

Pedestal tubs are tubs that are supported by a pedestal in a design that many would describe as art déco. These are a contemporary interpretation of the traditional soaked tub, and the variety of designs is extensive. A claw-foot tub inspired the design of pedestal-style bathtubs which are freestanding tubs. Most pedestal bathtubs have smooth, clean lines that give them a subtle, elegant look.

The shapes are oval, rectangular, and almost like a bowl. Pedestal tubs are between 60 and 70 inches long, so they can fit in bathrooms of different sizes. A pedestal bathtub may be the perfect way to combine a traditional look with a modern feel in your bathroom.

The Alcove Tub

Alcove tubs, which have three walls around them. The front side is then covered with a tub apron that is built into the tub. There are right-handed and left-handed drains, and the one you choose depends on how your bathroom is set up. It can fit into small spaces, keep your bathroom clean, and make room for other things, like a bigger vanity. Alcove bathtubs usually have dimensions of 60 inches long, 32 inches wide, and 16 inches deep. There are also sizes that are smaller and bigger. A standard alcove tub can be any length between 48 and 72 inches, any width between 25 and 42 inches, and any depth between 16 and 20 inches.

Tubs that are surrounded on three sides by a wall called alcove tubs. The front of the structure is then fitted with an integral tub apron. The configuration of your bathroom will determine whether you need a right- or left-handed drain.

The Clawfoot Tub

Clawfoot Bathtub is a tub that stands alone and has four legs. Clawfoot tub lengths range from 54" to 72", with 59" being the most common. Widths range from 30" to 40" or more, with 32" being the most popular (if you want to bathe with a partner, choose a wide tub). Depths range from 24" to 30" or more. The tub is made of cast iron and has a porcelain finish. Most claw-foot tubs are oval, but you can easily find other shapes like rectangular, hourglass, slipper, or double slipper tubs. Clawfoot tubs with a hand shower are much easier to clean than regular tubs because the shower hose is flexible and can be aimed at any part of the tub to wash and rinse it. It also lets you wash or rinse things that are big.

A Clawfoot bathtub is a freestanding bathtub that is supported by four feet that are situated directly beneath it. It is known as "Clawfoot" because of the claw design on the end of these pegs. These feet are available in a number of designs. Each of these bathtubs has been finished on all four sides, with a lip on the front that serves as a footrest or as a place to lay a bath tray.