Bathtubs and Showers: Things to Consider
Whether you're looking for a simple, high-quality shower and bathtub or considering a luxurious upgrade with a whirlpool or therapy tub, the most important thing to consider is who will use the bathroom most.
For the Kids' Bath, Simple is Better
Keep a kids' bathroom simple with an alcove tub, drop in or undermount tub that's easy for them to climb into and pair it with a wall-mount shower system.
For the Guest Bath, Anything Goes
Anything from an easy to install shower stall to a top-of-the-line whirlpool tub will work in a guest bathroom. A guest bathroom is also a great place to install a statement-making freestanding tub to provide your guests with a chance to unwind with a good soak. A good rule to follow is to design your guest bath with your most frequent guests in mind.
For the Master Bath, Think of the Future
Will you be staying in your home as you age? For an aging-in-place or ADA-friendly design, consider investing in a whirlpool or therapy tub that uses advanced hydrotherapeutic technology to relax tense muscles and improve circulation. Another great option for universal access is a barrier-free shower. Contact our customer service team today for help with product selection.