Re: Best placement of taps/spout with bath4
Feb 29, 2008 8:44 pm
um bath only just got placed and looks like no room/hob space on sides
cos vanity butts up close to bath
so spout will be above the plug
and taps down there as well (on side more)
also hidden by vanity hmm
seems taps are far away from hands way down there..looks weird to me.
middle seems best to me but need side hob space for taps? (or wall spout)
Re: Best placement of taps/spout with bath5
Mar 01, 2008 8:24 am
Buy a spa set, that way you can move the spout out of the way so you/kids don't smack into it when in the bath. Pretty much all the bath tap sets we found had a fixed spout (except the cheap and ugly ones). Best thing we ever did.
Re: Best placement of taps/spout with bath6
Mar 03, 2008 8:40 am
As Al says,
or at worst put them on the side of the bath - then the spout is pretty much out of the way and if the hot water is dripping after or as you do a warming top up - it tends not the hit you.
and besides - there is nothing worse than having a shared bath and one you has to have the spout prodding you in the back of the neck as you both try to lie in the water.
Re: Best placement of taps/spout with bath7
Mar 03, 2008 10:22 am
It's the area around the taps that always seems to need the cleaning. So that's just another small point to consider: Can you clean that area without twisting and stretching yourself ?
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