Garden Bathtubs

Garden Bathtubs are similar to nation garden dating back to 18th century France. Tubs back then were put in the garden of a wealthy resident’s house. The tub served two purposes; bathing and feeding plant life when drained.

The British developed garden rooms in their homes with big windows, comparable to today’s sun rooms. They put a bath tub neglecting their garden and surrounding estate. Ultimately any tub that was placed near a window ignoring the land, were called garden bath tubs.

Garden tubs exist today and are larger and much deeper than conventional tubs. They do not have jets or shower heads and are utilized just for soaking. The garden tubs back then were made from zinc, but now they are coated in enamel to produce a smooth and glassy surface. This adds a contemporary convenience without modifying its initial appeal.  According to http://www.johnfrenchlandscapes.com.au/ at least 20% of their clients request a garden bathtub be incorporated into their landscape design.

Today’s modern-day bathrooms that have large picture windows have the ability to stick to tradition by placing a garden bath tub under the window overlooking their property. Absolutely nothing is more peaceful than sitting in a hot bath while over looking your house or looking at the stars. Or what could be much better than taking a hot bath while the snow is falling?

Modern restrooms today are primary spaces in many homes. By equipping with stereos, flat screen tv, heating unit lights, heated towel racks, candle holders and more, one might invest the evening in the bathroom. There is not limit to exactly what you can do with your restroom and garden bathtubs by including your very own individual design with color and materials

Some restrooms designs place the toilet in a little section of the restroom with walls and a door. This creates more of a room than a function. Many individuals enjoy their bathrooms and use the bathtub as the centerpiece. Garden bathtubs placed under a picture window provide a calming and natural feel to bathroom. Whether planning a romantic evening or kid’s bath time, the garden tub is a long lasting and lasting piece.