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Small Bathtubs Will Turn Your Bathing Space Into An Oasis

The idea of using small bathtubs when you want to remodel your bathroom may seem like a daunting task if you are not aware of the many different options that are available on the market. You do not have to compromise style simply to find something that will fit into your bathroom. In fact, there are bathtub designs that were specifically made to maximize your bathroom space. For example, ofuro bathtubs are the Japanese version of having a private place for relaxation. Isn’t that what a bathroom should be used for, ultimately? Yes, we bathe, dress and relieve ourselves in the bathroom, but you can have so much more when you explore ways to make that bathroom space a true sanctuary, even when space is a premium.

Soaking bathtubs for small bathrooms are another option that many manufacturers have designed with small spaces in mind. Depending on your tastes and needs, you can pay as low as $700 or as high as $3,000 for a small bathtub design. Or, for the more expensive taste, you can pay upwards of $9,000. Just know that you do not have to spend that much money, even for cast iron bathtubs. The pure iron and thickness of cast iron bathtubs guarantees durability. You can also purchase these bathtubs in a number of different finishes to match your bathroom decor.

Another beauty in the small bathtub collection is a clawfoot jetted tub, which comes with powerful air jets that target every tired muscle in your body. The structure of a clawfoot bathtub will fit neatly into any small bathroom. The clawfoot finishes are available in many different colors which include chrome, old world bronze, polished brass and satin nickel.

While there are many different bathtub manufacturers, there is one that prides itself on setting industry standards for consumer comfort. Americh bathtubs have many different styles with the hydrotherapy technology, which combines water and massaging motions for healing and relief. The three different bathing systems fit small bathrooms with corner configurations.

Price is not the only consideration for selecting bathtubs for small bathrooms. You can get expensive versions or not so expensive ones and still turn your private bathing space into an oasis.

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