circular and oval enclosure rings add charm to a vintage bathroom design but today most homeowners prefer a separate tiled shower with a glass enclosure in place of an inconvenient plastic shower curtain.
What is better than an oversize freestanding tub to turn your bathroom space into a spa-like retreat? A century ago, a proper vintage bathroom featured a pure white inviting cast iron tub with an overhead tub/shower combination. The classic porcelain enameled tub featured a four and half inch roll rim with nickel plated fittings and was outfitted with a ring carrying a waterproof curtain fixed over the bathtub.
Although circular and oval enclosure rings add charm to a vintage bathroom design, and are available today in many finishes and sizes, most homeowners prefer a separate tiled shower with a glass enclosure in place of an inconvenient plastic shower curtain. If space is limited but you still yearn for that vintage style freestanding claw foot tub, Baths of Distinction can bring the best of both worlds to your bathroom space with their whimsical Oasis vintage tub and glass shower combination with a 1/4 thick clear tempered glass enclosure.
The inspiration for this innovative new product came from an 1880's Victorian England canopy tub. The fixture is very affordable and often less expensive than just adding a separate tiled shower. The Oasis comes in two sizes - a 59 inch long and 65 inch long tub, with a tempered glass surround on three sides and an 8 inch rainfall shower head and handheld shower with diverter. All components needed to install are included. This ample size showering area makes it ideal for homeowners with limited space who want the best of both worlds – vintage style and modern convenience.
Baths of Distinction manufactures high-quality claw foot and pedestal bath tubs, as well as unique finishes, for homeowners and builders. Baths of Distinction is an industry authority on the subject of vintage-inspired tubs and fixtures with experts who can bring your vision to life, whether it includes modern refinery or Victorian elegance.