1. Tub SizeIt may come as a surprise, but bathtubs are not a one-size-fits-all. Be sure to consider both your space and the type of tub you want. You can also increase or decrease the size of your tub depending on its intended use. Thus, there are multiple parameters that you should think through when it comes to your tub size.
2. Corners and WallsWhen thinking through the design of your tub, consider how many walls will be surrounding your tub. If you want to make your tub the centerpiece of your remodel, consider a freestanding claw-foot tub. If you’re looking for something a little more low key, you may have fewer design and style options with a three wall tub (common with shower/tub combos).
3. Finishing Materials
Tiling around the front of your tub can allow you to accentuate your tub in a style that suits your taste. While there are countless styles you can choose from, the one thing you should remember is to use high-quality sealant around your tub. Neglecting to do so can cause significant damage over time.
When planning your bathroom remodel, there are many things to consider when choosing your bathtub. Taking your time to make the right decision will be worth it in the end. Call your friends at Indy Renovation, winner of Indy’s Best Bathroom Remodeler by Consumer’s Choice for five consecutive years, at (317) 375-4464 for your free remodeling or plumbing estimate!