There is a reason why a vintage bath has so much appeal. We all love the nostalgia of days gone by and a such a bath represents the values of those times. Our baths are both classic and stylish and to add to this, they have been built to last. More than just the centrepiece of any bathroom, with the heat-retaining properties of Cast Iron, a vintage bath from Renaissance is a luxury that would make the perfect addition to your space.
Two Different Examples Of A Vintage Bath
At Renaissance, we pride ourselves on having a vast range of baths in Cast Iron, Copper, Brass and Marble, though our real speciality is our exquisite Cast Iron Baths. With that in mind, we’d like to showcase two very different examples of Cast Iron Baths we have to offer.
The Marino Cast Iron Bath is perhaps what many of us see in our mind’s eye when we hear the words ‘vintage bath’. With a symmetrical oval shape and an iconic roll top, it epitomises the opulence of the Victorian era. It has been beautifully crafted and its detailed, ornate feet only add to its charm.
With an altogether different look and feel, the Shikara Cast Iron Hurlingham Bath is a sleeker offering. Rather than sitting on feet, this bath has a double-skirted plinth incorporated into its design. Both of these models and our other Cast Iron Baths can be customised to suit your needs. You can choose your favourite shade of over 10,000 from popular brands such as Farrow & Ball, Roberson Liquid Metal and Little Greene.
Once you’ve chosen from our vast range of colour combinations, you’ll be looking to complete your vintage bath by choosing from our range of freestanding taps. Though you have a choice of having this bath with or without tap holes, you may want to consider the option without holes. This way you can benefit from keeping the symmetry wholly intact by adding freestanding taps.
Complimenting Your Vintage Bath With Freestanding Taps
We offer a simple, stylish and functional range of freestanding taps. Perhaps choose Freestanding Shower Mixer Taps, (available in either chrome or copper), for the Marino Cast Iron Bath, while Long Spout Chrome Bath Taps With Small Tap Stand would be the perfect partner to the Shikara Cast Iron Hurlingham Bath. Whichever vintage bath and freestanding tap combination you choose, when you emerge refreshed, you can pick up your towel from one of our heated towel rails.
As it’s a more flat-styled model, the space-saving Matlock Towel Rail Copper sits snug against a wall, making it perfect for a smaller bathroom. If yours is larger, then the Colossus Horse Steel Towel Rail Nickel is certainly an option to consider.
Contact Us To Help You Choose Your Vintage Bath
To help you choose your vintage bath and fittings, get in touch with the Renaissance team on 01400 263309 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org today.
You can also view our full range of baths, fittings and bathroom furniture on our website here.