Who needs a weekend away at a spa when you can enjoy the benefits of a therapeutic bath in your own home?
Homeowners renovating their bathrooms are choosing to remove their big corner tubs — and not only to allow room for a bigger and more luxurious shower — but to create space for a sleeker freestanding tub.
As the pioneer and inventor of the air-jet bath, BainUltra knows a thing or two about how to relax in style. They recently introduced two free-standing tubs to their collection: Scala, a series with modern design and classic elegance; and a larger, two-person version of their Evanescence Oval.
“This freestanding bathtub has an aesthetic refinement that translates into a contemporary version of the Rococo-style bathtub on lion’s feet. The name Scala was inspired by the ‘Teatro alla Scala’ – the 200+-year-old famous opera house in Milan. As the audiences of the theater revelled in inspiring performances, so too will bathing in the Scala take you away to a world of refined and soothing luxury.”
This new larger model is the newest addition to the Evanescence collection, an invitation to turn your relaxation space into a veritable sanctuary of elegance and wellness. A two-person tub that reflects the same refined design of slim walls and high headrests with a slightly curved centre to facilitate getting in and out of the bathtub. All without compromising the benefit of the hydro-thermo massage.
No room for a freestanding tub? Make the most of a small space with Citti, BainUltra’s therapeutic bath designed to accommodate urban living. Citti can be installed in an alcove (between three walls) and allows for the enjoyment of multiple therapeutic experiences.