Discover the large selection of different models for both large bathrooms with a lot of space and room as well as for small (guest) bathrooms where every centimeter needs to be used without sacrificing relaxing baths in a tub. For very small bathrooms, a narrowly designed tub that nestles in the corner is a good solution. If you like to enjoy a bath with your partner or the whole family, you’ll want a generously sized tub with a lot of space for relaxing, soaking, splashing and playing.
Whether you choose acrylic or Quaryl® for the surface of your rectangular bathtub, the surface is very easy to clean because it has no seams or porousness. Scale spots can be easily removed with household vinegar or a special scale remover, while greasy residues only need an alkaline cleaner such as detergent.
The plastic is completely colored, meaning that small scratches or other nicks don’t show. If you have superficial damage on your acrylic bathtub, a care kit is available from your specialist. To fix deeper damage, a special repair kit is available for filling gouges or large scratches.
A rectangular bathtub offers many options for how and where to install it. The new rectangular bathtub with tub support can simply be positioned in a corner so that two of the four sides are against the walls. This is an optimal use of available space in your bathroom, allowing you to enjoy a bath any time.
If your bathroom has a larger floor area, you can also place it in a more dramatic way, with only one flank against a facade, or even completely free-standing. A tub on a pedestal covered with matching tile looks especially sophisticated. Or, you can have your new bathtub recessed into the floor so that it seems to melt into the surroundings. For this, you will need either a bathroom with sufficient ceiling height or, alternatively, space below the floor - about 50 cm are enough for recessing a tub in the floor.