Acrylic Pedestal Tubs

Free Standing Pedestal  Acrylic Bath tub Styles

Throughout the years the styles for bath tubs have changed from "small enough to get the job done," to the gigantic garden tubs of the 90's. We have all seen these numerous modern-day tubs and have found them lacking in style.  For many, however, the classic  Acrylic Pedestal or Free Standing tubs are the only design they want in their house. There is simply something very attractive in knowing these classic designs have weathered the test of time and are still as popular as ever.

Some classic tubs have a dual ended design. With this style, both ends of the tub are made to be level all the way around the bath tub. Tubs that are dual or double ended will generally have the drain in the center of the tub and the faucet is put in the middle of the tub. It makes sense that the water will flow into the tub over the drain.  If there is an overflow hole if will be located on the far side of the tub, just above the drain. Once again, you can opt to have a freestanding or bathroom wall installed faucet. There are several different styles of deckmount faucets like the Classic Telephone Faucet and the Gooseneck Faucet. Both compliment the look of the vintage style Freestanding Bath tubs.

The Slipper style bath tub is the most-popular style of Pedestal or Free Standing tubs.  Slipper Pedestal or Free Standing tubs have a distinct style that is unrivaled in the tub market. One end of the bathtub rises up above the height of the rest of the tub. The Single Slipper style allows the person bathing to easily lay back on the raised slipper of the bath tub and it enhances your ability to relax as you recline against the smooth warm acrylic slipper end.  Slipper tubs are available in a vast array of sizes and like the rolled rim tubs, one end of a slipper is where the faucet is mounted.

The final style of  Acrylic bathtub we offer is the Double Slipper  Acrylic Tub. These tubs are very roomy and many of them are big enough for 2 people to soak in a bubble bath at the same time.  Placement of the faucet is in the middle of the bathtub on the side since the low area is the only logical space for the faucet water to flow into the bath tub. Dual slippers are defined by both ends having a dramatic sweep up to create the "Slipper" look on both ends.  A double slipper tub is so glamorous and elegant that men and women alike look forward to bathing in them.

Acrylic is an amazing material that is easily moldable and is used to create our beautiful, lightweight tubs. There is often a fiberglass core inside the tub or it may be double sheets of acrylic with an air chamber trapped between the two sheets. Acrylic tubs heat up very quickly when the bath water is hot or very warm and they maintain the heat for a good long while. So soaking in a nice, hot bath is very possible for you. The tubs a very smooth and designed to allow for comfortable resting in the tub. 

Design is everything when it comes to our tubs. Anyone can go to a big box store or a local hardware store to purchase a tub, but our high style, high quality tubs won't be found there. Even if, by chance, they have one tub on display, you can't purchase it and take it home. The tub has to be ordered and shipped to you. 

We suggest you by-pass the middle man and purchase your designer tub directly from us. Check out our website and when you find the tub that you just have to have, add it to the cart. Buy it and within a matter of days, the tub will arrive at your home. We provide you the most amazing quality at the most amazing prices. Our motto is Affordable Elegance. Get some for yourself.

Customizing An Acrylic Freestanding Bath Tub

Our customers shouldn't hesitate to consider requesting customization of an acrylic bath tub. Our technical staff can customize tubs by painting a single color or faux copper finish. There is no longer a need to be satisfied with a white tub if your bathroom and your design sense requires a different color.  Just give The Tub Connection staff a call and we will discuss all of the options with you. We have painted many tubs, lots of different colors throughout the years. We suggest that you choose a color from Sherwin Williams. If it is impossible for you to choose a color code from Sherwin Williams, a color code from another paint vendor will work. Just give us a call and we will discuss all of this with you in person.

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