For those looking to maximise their small space, our collection of smaller space-saving bathtubs ensure a feeling of luxury despite their size. From traditional to modern options, our small baths are designed to suit any style or taste.
A space saving solution for your bathroom...
From the subtle curves of Note to the classic slipper of Widcombe, our smaller bathtubs exude a luxe feel.
Widcombe Single Slipper Bath
Our Widcombe single slipper bath can be tailored to the space that you're in, with the choice to select feet, brassware and wastes that suit your bathroom.
Why Purchase a Small Bath?
If you're looking for a way to create more space in your compact bathroom without sacrificing style, then our range of short baths is just what you need. These baths are perfect for larger bathrooms where you would like a more generous shower area, as they free up extra space and give your bathroom a modern, contemporary look.
Our small baths come in a variety of shapes and styles, including narrow baths, allowing you to choose the perfect fit for your bathroom. Don't let a lack of space limit your style – choose one of our luxurious small baths and make your bathroom dream a reality.
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Small Baths FAQ's
What kind of bath do I need for a small bathroom?
When it comes to small bathrooms, space is at a premium. The best type of bath for a small bathroom is a compact or space-saving bath. These are designed to fit into smaller spaces without sacrificing too much on bathing comfort.
How small do bathtubs come?
Bathtubs come in a range of sizes, including small sizes that can fit into a compact bathroom. The smallest size bathtub available at Roper Rhodes is around 1500mm in length, but it's important to measure your space carefully to ensure you choose the right size for your bathroom.
Can you fit a bath in a small bathroom?
Yes, you can fit a bath in a small bathroom, but it's important to choose the right size and style of bathtub to make the most of the space available. A compact or space-saving bath is often the best option for a small bathroom.
Are small soaking tubs comfortable?
Small soaking tubs can be comfortable if they are designed well. Look for a bathtub with a comfortable slope and a depth that allows you to fully submerge yourself in water.
Is a 1600mm bath too small?
A 1600mm bath can be a good option for a small bathroom, but it depends on the size of your bathroom and your personal preferences. It's important to measure your bathroom carefully and consider how much space you want to leave for other fixtures and fittings, such as a toilet and sink. Some people may find a 1600mm bath too small for their comfort, while others may find it just right.
Is a 1500mm bath too small?
A 1500mm bath can be a good option for a small bathroom, especially if you don't have a lot of space to work with. However, it may not be suitable for everyone, as some people may find it too small for their comfort. If you're unsure whether a 1500mm bath is right for you, it's a good idea to visit a showroom and try out different sizes and styles of bathtubs.
What is a slipper tub?
A slipper tub is a type of freestanding bathtub that has a sloping backrest at one end, creating a comfortable and supportive reclining position. The shape of the tub is similar to a slipper, hence the name. Slipper tubs are often considered luxurious and elegant, and they can be a great option for small bathrooms as they take up less floor space than traditional built-in tubs.
What's the difference between single ended and double ended baths?
Single ended baths have the waste and overflow at one end of the bathtub, while the other end is sloped for reclining. Double ended baths have the waste and overflow in the center of the tub, allowing bathers to recline at either end. This makes double ended baths a popular choice for couples who like to bathe together.
Can you put a freestanding bath in a small bathroom?
Yes, you can put a freestanding bath in a small bathroom, but you need to make sure that you have enough space to accommodate it. Freestanding baths take up more floor space than built-in baths, so you may need to sacrifice some other fixtures or fittings in your bathroom to make room for one.
How much space do you need to fit a bath?
The amount of space you need to fit a bath depends on the size and style of the bathtub you choose. As a general rule, a compact or space-saving bath will require less space than a larger, more luxurious bathtub. It's important to measure your bathroom carefully and consider how much space you want to leave for other fixtures and fittings before choosing a bathtub.