City dwelling or just a small bathroom can often mean space is at a premium. This is particularly so in apartment bathrooms, which rarely co...read more
City dwelling or just a small bathroom can often mean space is at a premium. This is particularly so in apartment bathrooms, which rarely contain baths as they only have room for a shower. And while showers are great, particularly if you’re in a rush, you can’t beat the luxury of submerging yourself in a hot bath, soaking away the troubles of the day. But having that luxury isn’t as out of reach as you may think. Omnitub may have the answer. The company’s Japanese-style tub is shorter and deeper than a traditional bath, so that you can have a proper soak, even in the tiniest of bathrooms. The Japanese have never used lack of space as an excuse for poor design or styling, and the Omnitub is a classic example of this.
These small but perfectly formed handmade bathtubs are taking the British market by storm. They provide a perfect solution for people who are style conscious, and want a bath tub, but are restricted by limited room dimensions. The Omnitub comes in two sizes: the Duo, made
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