Melbourne, Australia (PRWEB) July 13, 2016
The Daily Mail* recently reported that luxury bathrooms combined with free-standing baths are becoming more popular, with homes including a luxurious option boasting great focal points and a high-end style selling point.
Most consumers think that free-standing baths for their bathrooms are outside of their reach and are often seen as a luxury item for those who are in a higher income bracket. Therefore, free-standing baths are not commonly seen as something the average family can have in their home.
However, Bourne Bathrooms Ruth Jeremiah has declared that free-standing baths are not just for the rich and famous and can be adopted by anyone with the space to install one. “Free standing baths are surprisingly affordable, but look very expensive and are associated with decadence. That’s why they are often seen in the homes of the rich and famous. However, this doesn’t mean that they are limited to the market of millionaires. Anyone can install a free-standing bath to suit their bathroom”.
Jeremiah, also says that there is growing trend for bathrooms that make it easier to relax. “Clients are asking for all the trimmings including marble, luxury finishing’s, and of course free-standing baths just to add that extra bit of opulence in their life and help them refresh for the next day. It’s becoming more and more important in our busy lives to take time out for ourselves, and what better way than to involve that as part of your daily routine in the bathroom”.
Jeremiah continues, saying that the trend for free-standing bathrooms is here to stay, “there has been resurgence in the free-standing bath look in bathrooms recently, with this style adding a luxury touch to any home”.
“Free-standing baths featured included those with sculpted legs and sitting off the ground, and also those which sat in the centre of the bathroom and had been enclosed with tiles in order to match with tiling and marble within the bathroom. Free-standing outdoor baths also made an appearance. Other luxury features of top bathrooms included heating elements, lots of mirrors, double showers and sinks, open space, as well as pillars and gold finishing’s”, Jeremiah continued.
In response to the Daily Mail, Bourne Bathrooms says that everyone can have a freestanding bath in their home regardless of who you are, where you live, and how much money you make.
For more information regarding free-stranding baths, and to view the recently slashed prices on some of their range, please see the Bourne Bathrooms baths page http://www.bournebathrooms.com.au/product/bathroom/baths/freestanding.html, or contact Bourne Bathrooms on 1300-BOURNE.
About Bourne Bathroom & Kitchen Centre
Bourne Bathroom & Kitchen Centre began in 1992 and now has one of the largest ranges of bathroom, kitchen, heating, laundry and water solutions products in Melbourne. The family business has grown to include more than 50 employees across five Melbourne store locations, a head office and a central warehouse.