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How to Get Your Bathroom Ready for a Freestanding Tub

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by GreenGirl last modified Jul 20, 2015

If you’d like to change the decor of your bathroom to a more appealing and modern look, you can begin by using a freestanding tub... The post How to Get Your Bathroom Ready for a Freestanding Tub appeared first on My Green Home Blog .




 

 

If you’d like to change the decor of your bathroom to a more appealing and modern look, you can begin by using a freestanding tub as the focal point of the room. From this point on you can add a variety of textures, colours, and design elements that make your bath a new and inviting area in which you can prepare for the day or an evening of rest and relaxation. You’ll have to take some steps to get your current bathroom ready for this new facelift, so follow some of the tips below to ensure that your new bath will be completed in a timely fashion so that you can begin enjoying it right away.

  • If you are switching from a traditional bath to a freestanding bath you must have accurate measurements and plenty of space for your new addition. Make sure that you know how much space is available and as you shop for your new bath become familiar with its size, shape, and weight. This new look will require some open space in your bathroom where you can place towels and bathing accessories without the area appearing cluttered.
  • Don’t forget to take measurements in your home at the locations where the tub will pass through; it’s important to have enough room in your hallways and stairwells to accommodate the size of the bath that you are buying and having installed.
  • Do any painting and tile work before the bath is to be installed; you may want to change the colour of your bathroom to a neutral shade that will be more accommodating to your linens and accessories. Tile work gives the appearance of a fresh new look for your bathroom but must be completely finished and cured before you begin making other changes in the area.
  • Determine the shape and style of bathtub that you want to use; if you are at a loss for ideas visit http://www.jtspas.co.uk/freestanding-baths-32-c.asp where you can find a plethora of shapes and designs that are sure to coordinate with your interior design. Keep in mind how and when you plan to use the tub; if children and older adults will be using this tub you must consider safety features so that no accidents or injuries will occur.
  • Once the work has started on your bathroom, remember to avoid the area so that tradesmen can do their job without your interruptions. Keep the area clean of debris for their safety and make arrangements to bathe in other areas of your home that are available. You should ask your supplier or installer how long this project will take and what steps you can take to expedite the process and keep children and pets away from the work area.

Preparing your bathroom for an upgrade that gives it a new look and feel can be an exciting project that provides you with countless hours of relaxation and rejuvenation at the end of another challenging day.

Image courtesy of:  JTSpas.co.uk

http://www.jtspas.co.uk/premier-grosvenor-double-ended-freestanding-roll-top-bath-1500-x-745-x-650mm-40403-p.asp

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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