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Amazing Small Freestanding Tubs

Freestanding soaker tubs can transform a bathroom, making it stand out with an amazing, aesthetic simplicity like no other bathroom addition.  These soaking tubs come in an array of sizes and shapes as you will see in our curated offerings.

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WOODBRIDGE Acrylic Freestanding Bathtub Contemporary Soaking Tub

Made of high gloss white acrylic and top-quality material, this product is luxurious and comfortable, yet economical. The two layers of acrylic gives maximum insulation to your water at the desired temperature. Cleaning is easy, as it is stain-resistant and scratch resistant, thereby guaranteeing a long-term use. If an elegant and sophisticated modern bathtub made for relaxation is what you are looking for, consider this product your best bet!

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FerdY Acrylic Freestanding Bathtub White Modern Soaking Tub

58 gallons capacity will give you the ultimate relaxation you deserve. The bathtub can rest conveniently on one side of your bathroom, or stand alone anywhere to compliment the overall design. You no longer need to worry about overflow or spillage, and the double drain lets you empty the tub fast. A wide, deep bathtub that lets you enjoy your precious bath time.

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MAYKKE 59″ Heiwa Round Acrylic Japanese Soaking Tub
Freestanding Bathtub with Overflow

This Japanese soaking tub is the next best thing to consider for your bathroom. Uniquely designed round shape and top-quality to maximize comfort. Equipped with overflow control to give you a rest of mind while having a nice time in the high glossy bathtub. Adjustable leveling feet to keep the tub leveled in uneven floors and a flex tube drain for people who want to run the plumbing on existing pipe work.

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Mendham Collection Luxury 60 inch Freestanding Tub
with Vintage Tub Design and Pedestal Base

A five-star rated and complete positive reviews! The King is here! Offering a total immersion sumptuous experience that keeps your body comfortable and relaxed. the tub design is further consolidated on with a white plinth base. The impervious sheen on tub ensures it stays clean. This tub will definitely steal the focal point of any bathroom!

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Woodbridge 67” Modern Bathroom Glossy White
Acrylic Slipper Freestanding Bathtub

Sometimes, longer can be better. At 67 inches, this freestanding double walled tub can hold up to 60 gallons of water. Overflow and drain are factory pre-installed. Features hidden adjustable legs for perfect leveling. Big enough for a man, yet gracefully designed for a woman. A good product with a good price.


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MAYKKE Delray 67″ Unique Acrylic Bathtub Modern
Sloped Slipper Freestanding White Soaker Tub

The unique design can be the spotlight of your bathroom, standing alone in the room and directing the beauty flow of other bathroom accessories. The high, sloped back and raised sides of the tub will make your bath relaxing and sensational, and the levelling feet ensures the beauty stands anywhere. Overall quality of the tub is great.

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VEBA 47 inch Mini Free Standing Tub
Freestanding Acrylic Bathtub

You prefer cozy and stylish? Go for this 47 inch tub. Thanks to the glass fiber insulation layer, this baby can keep your water warm or cold, or however you want it, for a long time. The drain and overflows are well placed to give you total control of your bathroom water flow.

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MAYKKE Barnet 61″ Modern Oval Acrylic Bathtub
Freestanding Comfortable Soaking Tub

Comfortable bathing, useful overflow and polished chrome pop up brass drain! The freestanding tub is no doubt everyone’s choice. Promising a total immersion and soaking which gives you your own spa experience. A DIY installation, all you need is freestanding tub filler, and probably a few minutes on YouTube.

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The Beauty Of Small Freestanding Tubs

Bathroom essentials have been under constant development over the past few decades. This fixture has been transformed from what we use to know to something unique. Specifically, the way bathtubs are made have been transformed from being just a functional fixture to being the main focus of the bathroom.

Today, there are numerous stylish and befitting options that will surely fit your specifications. Choosing of the numerous freestanding tubes comes with its various features and uses. It all depends on if you love the curves that come with a freestanding tube or you prefer the regular space design of a built-in.

A freestanding tub is a well-known bathtub type that is designed and finished throughout its sides to stand on its own. These pieces of the freestanding designed tub have gone from being a tub for bathing only to being a piece of art in your bathroom. Irrespective of which size of these freestanding tube you go for, freestanding tubs in your bathroom function more furniture other than an actual bathtub.

The beauty of owning a small freestanding tub is chiefly the flexibility in its placement, among others. Due to their unique feature of being finished on all sides, a small freestanding tub can be placed just about anywhere in your bathroom. Being the center of attraction, these small freestanding tubs can even be placed at the center of the bathtub if desired.

Interestingly, owning a small freestanding tub also brings out the decorative work of art impact on your bathroom. It all depends on your taste in design and the finishing, but small freestanding tubs are specially made for this purpose. This is due to its sculpture design and the various visual statement it pronounces.

How To Get The Most Enjoyment Out Of Your Freestanding Tub

Different freestanding tubs offer a wide range of features. To get the maximum satisfaction from these products, numerous added accessories can enhance your enjoyment while using the freestanding tubes. Some of the added accessories you can equip your freestanding tub with include:

  • Jets And Bubbles

This provides an in-line heater that warms up the water and prevents heat loss. There is also an in-built silent motor technology to reduce the noise from the jets. It also provides multi-speed adjuster, foot massage jets on an underwater mounted footrest, micro bubble jets for that champagne-like experience.

  • Chromatography

These are LED lights with different color installed for underwater light effect. You can choose your favorite color to deliver that relaxing experience.

  • Music

Resonating sounds are sent through the water and all over your body. These music speakers are properly placed to enhance that relaxing feeling you are looking for.

  • Digital Control

You can control what happens with an in-built digital touchpad. You can use it to control the temperature, jet speed, and direction of flow. You can also control the color and music sequence.

Different Types Of Freestanding Tubs

This depends on the personality of the owner. There are different types of freestanding tubs on the market. All these are unique for the use and space availability in the bathroom. Some of the types include

  • Single-ended freestanding tubs
  • Single slipper freestanding tubs
  • Double-ended freestanding tubs
  • Double slipper freestanding tubs
  • Clawfoot freestanding tubs
  • Pedestal/Skirted freestanding tubs
  • Japanese soaking freestanding tubs

How to Install a Freestanding Bathtub

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by Badeloft | December 17, 2016

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Before you begin installing your freestanding bathtub, it’s important to have the proper materials on hand. Read our step by step instructions to install your bathtub. Start by gathering the materials and supplies, making sure the floor is leveled, determining the placement, prepping and cleaning the floor, and more!  Adding a freestanding bathtub to your bathroom is a luxurious way to make a statement, while also providing you with the type of retreat you’ve always dreamed of. Freestanding bathtubs are among the most distinctive choices you can make, and you’ll love the options available to you. Freestanding tubs can be modern, chic, and streamlined or more traditional looking. Going for a whimsical design or would you like something more sophisticated? The choice is yours. No matter which you prefer, your personality can come shining through.

If you’re currently remodeling your bathroom or it’s under construction, adding a freestanding bathtub is a relatively easy process. You could hire a plumber for the entire job, but if you have basic home improvement skills, you might want to install the freestanding bathtub on your own. Keep in mind that you may need a plumber to move the drain to the appropriate location. Please note that the drain must always be installed according to your local plumbing codes. A licensed plumber can help.

Material List

  1. Cleaning supplies
  2. Freestanding tub
  3. EZdrop-in-drain
  4. Drain body
  5. Pipe pieces
  6. Level
  7. Protective blanket
  8. Cardboard
  9. Silicone
  10. Plumber’s putty
  11. Adhesive
  12. Caulk

Step 1 –  Gather your materials and supplies.

Make sure that you have everything that you will need in order to install your freestanding bathtub.

Step 2 –  Make sure the floor is level.

Use your level to check the floor. Is it 100 percent level? You may need to level the floor so that the tub does not tilt to the side.

Step 3 – Determine placement.

You may already have an idea where the freestanding bathtub will be placed. Now is the time to finalize this decision. Luxury freestanding bathtubs can be placed virtually anywhere in the room such as in a corner, against a wall, in the center of the room, or beside a garden window. It’s up to you, but you will need to have plumbing already in place. If the plumbing is not in place, you may need to collaborate with a plumber.

Step 4 – Prep the floor.

If you are placing the bathtub on an existing drain, skip to the next step. If you have a wood subfloor, trace the outline of your tub so you know what you’re working with. You or your plumber will need to measure and cut a hole in it. This hole needs to be sized so that the drop in drain and plumbing trap fit appropriately. The open section of the subfloor will then need to be repaired. From there, use the included subfloor cut out a template to cut the hole for the EZdrop-in-drain. You’ll need to attach this to the floor. A protective layer is included, covering the hole and keeping debris out. Complete the flooring as desired, making a note of the drain hole location. Next, cut a circular hole wide enough to expose the protective drain covering. Cut this covering way.

The process is similar to concrete floors, except you’ll need to cut a channel in the concrete to accommodate the plumbing trap and the EZDrop in Drain. After installing these in the channel, you’ll then fill it with concrete, finish the floor, cut the circular hole, and cut the exposed protective covering.

Step 5 – Clean the floor.

It’s important to clean the area beneath the tub so that dirt and debris don’t remain behind. You’ll also want a clean work area, and your work area will be fairly large due to the size of the bathtub. Thus, we recommend cleaning the entire bathroom floor.

Step 6 – Place a protective blanket near where the bathtub will be placed.

You will soon lay the tub on its side, and this will protect its sides from scuffs.

Step 7 – Place the freestanding bathtub.

The freestanding bathtub comes with a pop-up drain kit. Double check the drain nut to be sure it hasn’t come loose. Tighten if necessary. Double check the drain and waste location under the bathtub and make sure that they line up with the drain hole in the floor. You can do this by taking measurements of the drain location underneath the bathtub. Lay the tub on its side on the blanket. Use cardboard as needed for additional support.

Step 8 – Clean the drain hole.

The floor, in general, is already clean and dry, but what about the drain hole? You’ll need to clean out any dirt and debris and allow to dry completely. Once dry and clean, squeeze a small dab of clear silicone around the drain body, passing it through the drain hole.

Step 9 – Prepare the drain tail piece.

Your Badeloft freestanding bathtub comes with a pre-installed pop-up drain. You’ll need to attach the drain’s tail piece to the bottom of the tub. First, place the plastic bushing on top of the tail piece and slide the nut up the tube. Screw it into the bathtub drain. Add lubricant to the rubber seal of the EZDrop in Drain.

Step 10 – Prepare the tub’s base.

Add a bead of caulk all the way around the base of the tub. around the edge of the base.

Step 11 – Place the freestanding bathtub.

Carefully guide the tub into position and caulk the bottom edge of the tub where it touches the floor. Use a wet cloth to clean off excess caulk.

>Next Steps

Now that your freestanding tub has been installed, clean up the work area, put your tools away, and admire your handiwork. Though we know it’s tempting to fill it up and jump in, you’ll need to wait at least 24 hours for curing. Now’s a great time to take some photos and accessorize your bathroom. When 24 hours have passed, get ready for a delightful soak and enjoy!

To Wrap It Up

Exploring the wide range of freestanding tubs can be a little bit overwhelming. Knowing what options that you have and the need you want to meet makes it easier. The enjoyment you get from settling for a freestanding tub is second to none.

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