About Bathroom Soaking Tub
A soaking tub is a bathing tub which is very deep, allowing a bather to comfortably immerse more of her body than is possible in a traditional bathtub. Beyond this basic definition, a soaking tub can vary widely in their appearance and capabilities. Furthermore, while most standard bath tubs are designed with a shower head so that the tub can be used as a place to stand during showers, a soaking tub is not usually connected to a shower. Rather, it is filled with water by a tap that is dedicated just for filling the tub. Although the tub can be fitted into a nook of a bathroom, recent trends in interior design place these tubs in the center of a bathroom or asymmetrically placed in the room but away from any corners. The exception in this trend is when the tub is fitted in a space surrounded by windows.
Soaking tubs normally don’t have jets, though some newer ones do. Some include chromatherapy, the process of using various colors for relaxation. Soaking tubs relieve stress from the body. It can also be very soothing and romantic when couples can soak together in some of the larger soak tubs. If you want to purchase, a soaking tub is vary greatly in price. The prices are depending on the style, type and extra features.