Your choice of Freestanding Bathtubs will be limited by your budget and the amount of space available in your bathroom.
It is important to keep in mind that some freestanding bathtub models will require the floor to be reinforced before the tub can be installed. Consider the different options available for Freestanding Bathtubs and decide which one will be best for you based on the size of the tub and the features available for each type of tub.
More modern Freestanding Bathtubs are made of acrylic for water resistance and durability.
The designs of modern freestanding bathtubs are seemingly endless, so to choose the best one, you will need to consider size and comfort as well as aesthetics. Not all freestanding tubs are white, so consider the color as well. Sit in each tub you are considering if possible, and choose the one that fits your price range and comfort needs the best. Be sure to think about extra features such as massaging jets or molded seats as well.
A soaking tub is much smaller and lighter than a claw foot tub, but it is an extremely expensive type of freestanding bathtubs in most cases. Several models of soaking tubs feature massaging jets for added comfort, and many homeowners prefer this type of tub for relaxing as well as for cleaning.
A claw foot tub is usually made of cast iron. This freestanding bathtub gives your bathroom a more traditional look, since most claw foot tubs are antiques or modeled after antiques. If you are considering this type of freestanding bathtubs, you will need to consider very carefully how you intend to get the tub into the bathroom, and whether the bathroom floor can handle the excess weight.