How to choose a bath you will actually use
BY Cook & Bathe
If you’re anything like the rest of us you love to soak in a beautiful
deep tub filled with bubbles and luxuriate in the warmth, peace and
tranquillity but rarely find the time to do so. We all lead such busy
lives that we seldom find time to indulge in some of life’s most simple
pleasures. This leads me to the topic of today’s blog which is about bath selection
for maximum use. Let’s face facts, no one wants to fork out a large sum
of money for a gorgeous fashionable bath that they never use.
Things to keep in ming when selecting your bath:
When you’re embarking on your bathroom renovation there are a few things to keep in mind when selecting your new bathtub to increase the chances of it getting used a little more frequently.
Choose a Bath You Absolutely Love:
Select a bath that looks inviting and has a real wow factor that stops you in your tracks every time you look at it. Chances are you won’t be able to resist and you’ll find yourself making the time to enjoy it.
Positioning Your Bath:
Be sure to get some valuable expert advice in deciding on your final bathroom layout. You want to make the most of your available space and ensure your new enticing bath is the focal point of your bathroom. This way you’ll be reminded that you invested in a little luxury and will continue to be encouraged to use it.
Keep It Clean:
In selecting your bath make sure you consider how easy it will be to clean and keep clean. Go for clean lines and a durable surface that just needs a quick wipe down in order to keep it looking clean and inviting.
Keep All Your Bathing Necessities on Hand:
Have a selection of your favourite bathing products both on hand and on display so that when the opportunity arises all you have to do is fill up, jump in and enjoy.
Install a Lock on Your Bathroom Door:
This would have to be one of the easiest and cheapest ways to ensure your new bath gets maximum use. It’s a great way to ensure you are able to lie back, relax and enjoy the experience without any unwanted interruptions. It also means that if you’re tempted to spend a little extra time indulging in your new found luxury, you can!
In summary, if you want to make the most of your new bath, be sure to have it as the focal point of your new bathroom and keep everything on hand so you can add a little well deserved luxury to your life.