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Back to Wall Baths

If you’re thinking of installing a bath in your home then there’s no better option than a freestanding back to wall bath. A freestanding bath offers that extra bit of luxury that can help to transform your bathroom from a solely functional space to a relaxing haven for you to wash away the day. If you’re searching for the best freestanding bath for your home then a back to wall bath is an ideal option. This type of bath comes in an extensive range of unique styles and shapes, so no matter what your bathroom tastes are, we’re bound to have the right back to wall bath to suit.

Back to wall baths provide the stability of an inset bath with the design chic of a freestanding bath. This innovative style of bath has come a long way and now encompasses a range of styles, shapes, colours and materials. Whether it is an all-in-one design like our Soakology Royal or the two-piece, skirted design like Carron's Halcyon D or Britton's Saturn - these baths look good without compromising on space.

Available in this range are products from Burlington, Carron and Soakology and each product comes with its own unique benefits and features. The traditional options in this range feature beautiful claw feet, and look fantastic paired with cross handled taps with shower head fittings. This type of back to wall bath can help add that extra bit of classical style to your bathroom, as well as being an eye-catching feature in the room. If, however, you prefer a more contemporary look, we have plenty of modern freestanding back to wall baths. Many of these come in double skinned acrylic, which is particularly hard-wearing as well as being easy to clean.

If you would like further information on our range of back to wall baths, or about the range of freestanding baths we have available here at Soakology, then please get in touch. Our friendly team are just a phone call away on 03300 882 803 and would be glad to provide you with any details you need.

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