Round baths: pretty and practical designs for a bubbly soak

one of our favourite round baths

Are you team bath? Then you know there’s nothing better than relaxing in the evening with a bubbly soak, aromatherapy and a glass of fizz. A stylish bath provides you with that everyday luxury (and excuse) for taking a bit of time for yourself. Plus it’s the ideal design feature for making a statement in your bathroom.

So whether you’re considering switching teams and giving up on your shower, or are renovating your bathroom and looking for an upgrade, I’ve rounded up the most stunning round baths on the market. 

But first, let’s look at the practicalities…

Why should you go for a freestanding round bath? Well, first of all, because of its shape. A rounder shape makes for a much more comfortable soak as opposed to a fitted rectangular bath, for example, where you have you tap and mixer at one end. Most often, you will spot a freestanding bath mixer in combination with a circular bath, which means it won’t stand in your way.

Secondly, you can’t deny a round bath looks absolutely lush as the focal point of the bathroom. From natural stone baths with striking swirls to minimalist and neutral, there’s a style for everyone.

If you have plenty of space available, consider placing it in the centre of the room, or near your windows to enjoy the views. But don’t worry if you’re a bit stuck on space. That’s another perk of having a round bath – latest designs range from 1300mm to large, double-seaters.

So, get your screenshot button ready – here are some of our favourite designs…

Round baths

one of our favourite round baths
Agape In-out bath in Green Alpi Marble, £31,932, West One Bathrooms.
brown design
Notion Grigio Earth freestanding round stone bath 1350mm, £2895, Lusso Stone.
one of our favourite round baths
Taizu bath, from £4800, Victoria + Albert Baths.
one of our favourite round baths
BetteEve Oval Silhouette bath, £5598, Bette.
white bathroom
Freestanding bathtub, made of Sentec solid surface, with integrated overflow and feet, price on application, Laufen.
neutral bathroom
Arc round bath, West One Bathrooms.

In conclusion, a round bath is a pretty and practical addition to your space, be it a grand design or a more pared-back and neutral option, which you will enjoy for years to come – bonus.

Featured image: Agape Ufo bathtub with backrest, £35,281, West One Bathrooms.

Looking for more ideas? Complete the look with one of these bath mixers: What style suits your bathroom the most?

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