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Sometimes you come across a product that simply wows you with its ‘rightness’; that brings together in one perfect package cleverness in design, a whole range of thoughtful benefits and precise attention to those finer details.
In a perfect world, every bath would consist of a dip in a nice natural spring, accompanied by waterfalls in a mild climate. In the real world, of course, it doesn't work out that nicely. However, there is a way that you can still design your dream tub with natural stone and have it feel and look luxurious and soothing. Of course, your first decision will be to choose
what kind of stone you want.
A fireplace in your bathroom won't only look fabulously luxurious, but it’s going to keep you all snuggled and warm in the winter. You’ll be spending much more time in the bathroom than you ever have before. If you’re lucky enough to be moving into a new home and you’re planning renovations, then this is the perfect opportunity for you to take full design advantage! Here are some sizzling ideas for bringing a fireplace into your bathroom.
Soaking tub, claw foot tub or a tub with a shower; choosing a bathtub can be quite confusing. But you might get the perfect bathtub in your bathroom in the very near future. Here are some ideal suggestions that will help you get hold of some of the finest bathroom accessories.
Whether you’re renting a really tiny apartment, which literally has the smallest bathroom in the world, or whether you’re a homeowner and you just haven’t had the money to or time to renovate or upgrade your small and tiny bathroom, whatever the case may be for the delay, we have some fabulous tips for you to survive a small bathroom in your home.
What is AquateX™? Aquatica, the bathing specialists, have been offering truly distinctive and unique bathroom products for years. With AquateX™, we’ve created the latest generation in the composite material which combines two opposites – a silky soft exterior and a tough, durable interior. The composition of AquateX™ is based on the natural rock – bauxite mixed with polyester resin hardened in high temperatures.
When you’ve had a long day at work and your shoulders hurt - all you really want is a nice, long and relaxing soak in the tub, in a bathroom that is soothing, calm and relaxed. Often this is not the case, especially if you have kids that are always in there messing the bathroom up with wet towels and bathtub toys!
If you’re busy redesigning your bathroom, and you really thought you would have to go for a tiny and almost non-existent bathtub, or even no bathtub at all, well throw those ideas out the window, because we're about to show you how you truly can have a soaking bathtub in your small bathroom.
Who doesn’t love an invigorating morning drench in the shower? However, if you just can’t see a way of fitting a full shower enclosure into your bathroom then maybe it’s time for you to consider all the great benefits of a walk in shower could have in your bathroom – you may decide to ditch the bathtub completely!
Are you keen on bringing in some dramatic color into your home, but are slightly worried about going too far? Instead of dialing down the life of your favorite color in a room or space, rather use it strategically, so that it shows off the hues instead of overpowering them.
Admittedly, no one really enjoys cleaning their bathroom, just the thought of hair clogged drains, toilet stains, and moisture-loving mold and mildew turn a person off instantly. However, when you do clean your bathroom, obviously your first thoughts are how to completely eliminate and get rid of all those nasty germs and soap scrum, right? Well, you may want to head straight to the chemical detergent aisle in your local supermarket, and grab all the chemically induced spray and gels you can find, but that wouldn’t be a very green and eco-friendly approach now would it?
One of the easiest and most painless ways to achieve a little wild ‘feel’ in your powder room is definitely, wallpaper – whether you go with bold, traditional or contemporary, you will easily be able to create a wilder looking powder room!
Summer is here and the winter blues are gone! So, maybe it’s time you perk up your senses with a new, refreshing bathroom with yellow hues. Using yellow as a theme color in the bathroom is a very simple and easy way to add some much-needed energy and spark to a space that is dull and in need of an upgrade! It’s been proven that yellow is a color that can give you a generous amount of joy and uplifting feel, especially early in the morning when you’re in need of it most. A youthfully yellow bathroom can help jump-start your day with a boost of life.
Most people are tempted to just play things safe when it comes to bathroom walls and décor, and not take many color risks, opting for mostly white tiles and nude paint! Perhaps it’s time to shake things up a little and unlock some of your creative juices and go for a wall that a wow factor in your bathroom! There really are so many options when it comes to choosing unique walls for your bathroom, from going all-out on all four bathroom walls, or intricate patterns with metallic tiles on one wall and keep the rest of the room soft and neutral.
Organic and natural, all you need to clean the grime, muck, soap scum and even rust from your bathtub is some lusciously fresh grapefruit and coarse salt! Perfectly easy, environmentally safe, and your bathtub will look and feel brand new!
Here are 4 simple and fairly budget-friendly ideas on how to update your bathroom with our having to break the bank.
It may seem a bit old school and maybe even a little strange to think about putting your actual bathtub in the shower, but this epic trend of creating a Shower-Bathtub combo is becoming growingly popular in the world of bathroom design, and we can see why this would be a superb idea for people who have very small bathrooms and need to save space.
You’re daily and ritual routines can be the grounding moments to your day, everything from making your coffee in the morning to a shower or quick soak in the tub to wake up can determine how your day goes and what your energy levels will feel like. There are certain things that can elevate these daily routines though, from the elegant new coffee machine that you bought for café style coffee, and even to the eco-friendly bathtub, you’ve just installed in your bathroom.
Your daily routine of showering or bathing should be special, but should also be taking place in a healthy environment that will boost your well-being. So, it’s time that you consider surrounding yourself with some or more of these handsomely eco-conscious finishes in your bathroom.
The biggest decisions you’ll need to make when you think it’s time to upgrade and spruce that powder room up a little can be a tricky game, but luckily, we’ve come up with a list of some of our favorite ideas to create the perfect powder room for your home. Having a powder room doesn’t need to be a curse if can actually be a fabulous opportunity to a stunningly beautiful space for your home, yourself and your guests, and with such a small space, you won’t need to spend as much money as you would for a large bathroom.
Since the modern shower was first created, early in the 19th century, the bathtub vs. shower conundrum has continued to prove a talking point, with both sides of the argument presenting positive benefits and downsides.
Most important True Ofuro Tranquility Series Product Update – Aquatica Adds a Modern Capacitive Glass Keypad with Hot Tub Like Temperature Adjustment Function
Aquatica has transitioned from being a simple soaking and hydro-massage bathtub supplier to becoming an expert wellness bath and spa supplier for demanding high-end customers around the world looking for one of the kind spa or bathing experience. So what sets Aquatica hot tubs apart from the crowd?
Bathing by its very nature immediately conjures up images of luxurious pampering in your own private space; deep soaking in lovely, relaxing hot water perhaps with your favorite bath salts, a candle flickering on the rim. Certainly, for Aquatica, bathing is synonymous with relaxation and indulgence. We have a unique understanding of the elemental nature of bathing luxury and design our baths to maximize deep, rejuvenating soaking and ergonomic comfort.
Whilst choice of style and shape is probably what springs to mind first when considering your new bath, there are a number of other important aspects to consider. So, just what are your options and which bathtub material is best?
Choosing a bath for your new or renovated bathroom is not quite as easy as it may seem at first glance. The modern technologies of bathroomware manufacture mean there is now a huge range of bathtub types, sizes, and materials from which to choose, to create the exact style and mood you want. And of course, the greater your choice, the greater the consideration required.
When decorating a new bathroom or planning a major renovation, you will be faced with a myriad of questions from design and décor to wiring and plumbing.
One of the key issues will be your choice of the bathtub as this is usually one of the largest and most prominent features in the bathroom and often sets the trend for the whole room.
So how do you go about choosing your bath? The look is key of course, but just as critical is the material from which your chosen bath is made, as there are now many options in the manufacture and a wide variance in both benefits and quality.
No one has perfected the art of bathing like the Japanese. This centuries’ old tradition has acquired its own unique position in the daily life of the Japanese, as an act of pleasure with its own etiquette and rituals. Bathing can be found in the most ancient of Japanese myths. Legend suggests it was a ritual purification after labor, first mentioned as an act of the gods during and immediately after they had worked to create the universe.
So you are planning a new bathroom? Now the excitement begins as you contemplate a myriad design decisions. One of the key decisions will be your choice of bath as this is often the focus of the bathroom and as such can be the start of your design process. First question then is, will it be a freestanding tub or built-in?
All bathtubs are not created equal. That is a simple fact. No matter what they may appear the same at first glance, it pays to look beyond the surface and see just what is behind the bathtub you are considering. After all, once installed, you expect it to stay in place for many years
There are a number of factors to consider that will ensure you are buying the best – an attractive, genuine design, high quality, reliable, robust and long-lasting bathtub. Here’s a quick checklist to get you started.
Having wood in your bathroom used to be considered a big no-no, whether it was a wooden floor or even wooden covering on surfaces in the bathroom. Thank goodness modern technology has invented amazing paints, sealants, and super-efficient ventilation systems, which means you can totally embrace the idea of having a Scandinavian styled wooden bathroom. Embrace and welcome wooden pieces and tones in the bathroom and you’ll be surprised at how much it softens the space.
Recently, Aquatica has received a few queries and questions from clients and customers about the EWG Certification status in regards to our bathtubs. For this reason, we decided to clear up all concerns and questions in this blog post, so that we can clarify what EWG Certifications represent and where Aquatica’s Bathtubs fit into the picture.
We often have clients asking us what the difference is between a natural stone bathtub and our AquateX™ Solis Surface bathtubs, and it’s a very important question because you want to make sure that you select the right type of stone to satisfy your needs. So, whether you decide you're going for natural stone or engineered solid surface stone, there are a few considerations that you need to take into account when making your choice between the two.
Unlike most markets, in the US and Canada, electrical systems in homes have been standardized at 110V, with the exception of kitchen stoves and washer dryers. Unfortunately, 110V power has its limits, namely the installation of sophisticated hydromassage systems, as these require a considerable amount of power, which is simply unavailable due to the limited wire size and considerable AMP draw that would be required. This is how we plan to migrate our Hydromassage systems to 220V Hydromassage Systems.
Perhaps you live in a tiny apartment with a compact bathroom, or maybe you’re just looking at making the most of the space in that tiny guest bedroom bathroom. We’ll tell you this much, compact bathrooms can actually be very useful and can also add to the value of your property. However, it can be all too easy to miscalculate your bathroom installation and then you’ll end up with a bathroom that feels way too uncomfortable to use and that is not welcoming nor practical. In order to avoid this, we’ve come up with 5 very essential tips that can help you design the perfect compact bathroom for your home.
Living in small spaces is becoming something that we’ve seen people opting for more and more often over the last century. With the world’s population growing rapidly and the need to minimize everything that we are normally used to having in larger spaces, we’ve also noticed how the housing, and furniture industry have started to created products on a smaller scale.
Intended for limited spaces, the True Ofuro Japanese style bathtub with built-in Tranquility heating system takes up a very small footprint, is deeper than most Western bathtubs, which not only allows you to deeply submerge your body more than usual but also uses less water.
Most bathrooms that you come across are shiny, sparkly, clean and actually come off as sterile at times! We’ve collected a few ideas that you can use to help bring the rustic and natural look to your bathroom space, by using simple elements like wood, brick, and concrete you can transform your bathroom into any kind of rustic styled bathroom.
When we look at the trends that have been making their way into the bathroom scene in the last couple of months, we can’t help but get excited! There are trends that we’ve seen before, making their way back. There are trends that are completely new, but there are also combinations of trends that have gotten us excited beyond belief.
Aquatica is very honored to announce that we were awarded the Golden Award for Innovation in Materials for our AquateX™ material used in our Tulip AquateX™ Bathtub. Our innovative and one of a kind material was skilfully designed with so many different factors in mind.
The invention of the bathtub and the invention of actual plumbing services date back quite a number of years ago, but are however very different from one another! The earliest discovered plumbing systems date back to nearly 6000 years ago near the Indus River Valley in India where archaeologists actually discovered copper water pipes in the excavation of the ruins of a palace in the vicinity. However, if we fast forward 3000 years ahead, this is about the time that the first ‘ancestral’ pedestal tub was unearthed on the island of Crete, it measured at five feet long, was made of hard pottery, and its shape resembled our modern 19th-century claw foot tub.
In today's’ day and age, everything seems to be moving in the fast lane! Morning showers are rushed, and coffee is a take away so you can get the kids to school fast enough, but you still need that bathtub for the kid’s bath time at night right? This is probably why so many people nowadays are having a shower-bath installed in their home as the convenience of one is much better in a family home.
When it comes to home design and especially bathroom design, the latest craze is using stone and natural materials in the bathroom.
There were quite a number of popular and famous paint manufacturers who crowned the color white as the queen of all décor colors for the year 2016, and we definitely agree. The color has been in the running for being one of the most popular colors for home décor and style for several years now, however, when it comes to using white in your bathroom, the last thing you want to do, it makes everything white! It will look and feel way too clinical and sterile, that you’ll end up feeling like you’re using a hospital bathroom. So, we decided we’d let you in on our secrets as to how you can bring white into your bathroom, in an inviting and sophisticated way, without feeling and looking too clinical.
A modern designed bathroom is very often all about going the absolute minimalist route, with spa-like finishes for a clean feel. However, sometimes this kind of look can end up feeling a bit too clinical. So to make sure your bathroom actually feels as inviting as the rest of your house does, maybe you should try out some of our favorite bathroom design tips to help create a sense of personality and warmth and while still achieving that spot-on style.
Deciding on a bathroom layout is mostly a pretty easy process, especially if you have the plumbing in place already and you’re just using standard-size bathroom ware pieces. If you’re using an average 60-inch bathtub, there won’t be a whole bunch of different options for rearranging that typical style floor plan. However, when you’re planning on bringing your dream bathroom design into reality, you need to consider the 3D outcome and figure out what heights and measurements are right for everything that you’re going to bring into your bathroom. So to make life easier on you, we’ve compiled this little guide to help you hang, install and align the many small features of your bathroom.
Bathroom and shower lighting will generally get less attention in comparison with the lighting in the rest of your house. However, we would recommend not making this mistake, because, truly, the simplest of lighting (even in color) can add such sparkle and enjoyment into one's daily routine. The correct light and color can break or make a bathroom, and most of the time, this subject is not given more thought than a mere extra downlight.
It’s not often that people think much about their bathroom walls, and what to do with them. In general, most people opt for the practical option of just tiling or painting. Of course, there’s nothing wrong with a simple painted wall or some white subway tile, but with a little bit of creativity, you could easily spark some personality into your bathroom.
There’s something about the ‘new’ classic bathroom ‘look’, which seems to be getting everyone, especially interior decorators and folk that are taking on a bathroom revamp, very excited! Maybe it has something to do with the fact that everyone loves a twist, and when you take into consideration all that needs to happen when you’re revamping or redecorating a bathroom, especially if you’re sitting with an old looking, traditional style bathroom that really needs some updating – it can be a lot of hard work to transform it into something new and chic!
For centuries now, the Japanese have taken comfort and pleasure in enjoying their country’s vast selection and locations of outdoor hot springs. So it really comes as no surprise that deep soaking tubs very quickly became popular indoors, too. Relaxing in steamy and warm neck-high water has been a long-lived tradition for many families in Japan, and usually marks the end of each day. This unique custom seems to be catching on in the West. Homeowners are more frequently asking their architects for Japanese spa features, such as Japanese soaking tubs and wet-proofed floors in their bathrooms, allowing for a maximum amount of space to create a haven of relaxation.
Aquatica’s range of AquateX™ stone bathtubs has been produced with practicality in mind so that a clean bathtub is something you never need to worry about. Not only have they created a range of contemporary and upscale bathtubs and washbasins, that will be perfect for any bathroom project, but they’ve developed and perfected their ground-breaking AquateX™ stone composite material, to the point where is really easy and simple to keep your tub clean.
Most bathtub manufacturers will just blatantly advise small bathroom owners to go for a shower option instead of a bathtub. The reason for this is usually because they don’t manufacture bathtubs small enough to fit into petite sized spaces.
Using glass walls on the interior of your home is nothing new to architecture. You will occasionally see glass walls act as an unobtrusive but protective side to a stairwell, or even as an entire wall instead of windows. The question though, is how would you feel about using glass walls in your bedroom as the separation between your master suite bathroom? Of course, glass walls will remove a certain level of privacy from your everyday routine, so your ultimate decision needs to be whether or not you want some privacy or if you want to bare it all? Have a look at some of our ideas for a glass bathroom wall separation and see which ones would work in your home.
Whether your bathroom has a new and very popular freestanding tub or a traditional built-in bathtub, it can sometimes be quite tricky to find space for all the things that you need when you’re in the bathtub. Whilst you're laying back in the tub, enjoying a leisurely soak, you most likely going to need to reach over and grab a bottle of shampoo, or a body scrub – this is when having a handy little side table will play to be useful in the bathroom, more specifically next to your tub. For some much-needed inspiration, we’ve decided to allow you a peek into a few creative ideas that you can very easily put together.
Most people would opt for choosing neutral and soft colors when it comes to a bathroom remodel, and in all honesty, it is the most popular shade for a bathroom. However, this shouldn’t mean that bringing color and brightness to your bathroom should be off limits. If you have a small sized bathroom, you may feel like it’s risky to bring in color to your bathroom, when in fact it’s the complete opposite! In a small scale bathroom, it’s actually quite easy to go bold with color and not go overboard.
Most people wouldn’t guess it, but many antique rural farmhouses have got a ton of aesthetics in common with big city buildings in industrial areas from the same era. Both these structures were created with the need for functionality and the minimum cost. Rural farmhouses and big city buildings were both designs with very simplistic and simple forms, mostly constructed from raw materials, with not a lot of focus was put on the ‘beauty’ or the looks of the building.
As much as everyone wishes they could have a huge and extremely spacious bathroom with a massive freestanding tub and huge double sinks. The reality is often the complete opposite, with absolute minimal space for luxurious tubs and huge walk-in showers. However, you don’t have to give up having an elegantly chic bathroom, even if it is small, because there are a few fabulous ticks you could utilize for a lush small bathroom.
The American farmhouse styled bathroom is a little bit of an oxymoron. The original American farmhouses were actually constructed in an era when the only kind of bathroom was the outhouse! When farmhouse owners eventually started bringing the plumbing inside of their homes, they never actually built a spate bathroom. They would just stick a sink, tub, and toilet into an extra bedroom and that was the bathroom.
We’ve all seen the vast amount of outdoor showers that have been popping in gardens all over the US over the last decade. Outdoor bathtubs though are something we haven’t seen so much of – and we’re loving it! We’re not talking about hot tubs that have been built on the patio or close to the pool, but actual bathtubs.
It's here! It's big, it's lush, it's beautiful and it's the very first of it's kind! Finally a stone resin bathtub, that has all the added luxuries of a hot tub and a Chromotherapy system all gelled into one astounding and super gorgeous looking bathtub!
Bathtub, shower or both!? This seems to be a question that we’ve been hearing a lot lately, especially when people are remodeling their homes, bathrooms or even when people are buying a new house. What are the pros and cons of having only a bathtub, or having only a shower, and is it worth it having both a shower and a bathtub?
When you make the decision to have a jetted bathtub in your home, you’ll quickly realize that not only is the tub going to enhance the appearance of the space you choose to put it in, but it’s going to reward you with hours of pleasure in your very own home. Adding a hot tub into your home is actually one of the easiest things of having a home-based spa, so take your time choosing out the jetted bathtub you love the most, to suit your style and bathrooms decor!
Cleaning your bathtub can be one of those chores that you really don’t enjoy having to do, mostly because your bathtub is usually the biggest task in the bathroom to get squeaky clean! It also usually seems like it needs a ton of scrubbing and sometimes you feel like you should just get in the tub and clean it with the amount of leaning over that you need to do right?
Aquatica is thrilled to introduce the beautiful “Relax” range of hi-end air massage bathtubs specially made to recreate a tranquil day at the spa. The Purescape 174-B Relax and the Olivia Relax are the perfect representations of our new technology. Each of our air pool bathtubs has over 12 low-profile jets for warm air and variable speed massage with both wave and pulse modes. They also boast 20 low-profile LEDs for chromotherapy with slow color-rotation or fixed-color mode in one of 6 available tones.
During the 20th century, bathtubs began to uniformly take on the white color that we are all quite familiar with. Except for a brief trend towards colored tubs in the 1950s, bathtubs have largely been void of color. These days, contemporary bathtubs exhibit many more diverse appearances than in the past.
Whether you bathe in a vintage bathtub, clawfoot tub, or stone bathtub, see it as a form of therapeutic treatment. People have been taking baths as a form of therapy for a long time. For thousands of years, healers across the world have prescribed baths for a host of ailments, including kidney stones, tuberculosis, back pain, and pneumonia. Indeed, taking a soak has long been viewed as beneficial.
Are there any bathroom fixtures more elegant than bathtubs? Not only are they a slice of relaxation heaven installed right in your bathroom, but freestanding whirlpool bathtubs are also beautifully designed additions to any home. And since you spend so much time in the bathroom, why not make your bathtub bold, beautiful and inviting? All in all, freestanding air bathtubs are a great option when you want to upgrade your washroom.
Are you wondering how to give your old house a new look? Are you thinking of opting for a new remodeling job for your old house to make it look charming? You will need to choose a theme for the place and select fixtures and items which compliment the style and space you have. Did you know that the bathtub is one of the first things to be replaced in an old house? That old tub can be replaced perfectly with a traditional clawfoot bathtub to step up the ambiance of the place.
Bathtubs are all the rage these days. If you are a hopeless romantic or a dreamer who is looking for a heavenly bathtub to daydream in, then we have the right suggestions for you. There is nothing more appealing and attractive than a luxurious bathtub in a bathroom. Be it high-end bathtubs, freestanding whirlpool bathtubs and jetted freestanding bathtubs, bathrooms which have this accessory installed in them, always remind you of a luxury hotel. Given the right kind of installation and maintenance procedures, bathtubs offer ultimate relaxation. So read on and find out the best out of these luxurious soakers according to your needs and preferences.
For many individuals, a warm jet bubble bath after a long day’s work is the best way to relax, rejuvenate and de-stress. Apart from washing away dirt and excess oil, a 30-minute soaking session in a jetted bathtub has excellent therapeutic implications – especially in relaxing the muscles, improving the blood circulation, hydrating the skin and relieving pain associated with injuries, wrong posture, arthritis, hemorrhoids, spasms, and menstrual cramps. Most of the physicians recommend bubble baths at home as an alternative to a session at the spa.
Known for their lasting shine despite the wear and tear,freestanding acrylic bathtubs have been the number one choice for many homeowners. Compared to the sprayed-on fiberglass bathtubs, acrylic bathtubs are thicker, sturdier and durable and have a high value for money. With a strong cast acrylic base, these bathtubs are highly resistant to cracking and chipping and are built to withstand the test of time.
Do you realize that with a contemporary tub at your home and an hour to spare, you can enjoy the most relaxing experience that can beat a million spa trips?
Green and blue? Red and beige? Lime and white with a pop of orange? One of the most difficult elements of bathroom design is choosing the colors. Choosing colors for any room is challenging, of course, but the bathroom is a space that that presents a particular set of considerations. Below are three things to keep in mind as you’re choosing, followed by three color-choice tips.
Have you been looking for luxurious and comfortable bathtubs to add to the charm of your bathroom? Are you remodeling your bathroom and want to include a vintage style clawfoot bathtub to enjoy a good soak every night? Do you want a chic style, unique design and shape bathtub, which can fit in the corner of your small bathroom space? Aquatica has answers to all your needs, and now within easy reach!
The name ‘cast stone’ is taken from the manufacturing process, where the material is cast in a mold. Acrylic is a specialized polymer material for bathtub manufacturing.
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