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Luxury whirlpools don’t have to compromise on style

When the time comes to narrow down exactly which spa tub you want to buy, you don’t have to settle for a cheap model or limit yourself to local stores, as many websites offer bargain prices and delivery. Once you start to narrow your search down to individual brands, you can focus on getting the right combination of specification and style. Remember that the tub must match the rest of the room in terms of design, as well as having the features that make it worth the extra money. Take a look at the bathroom suppliers Duravit, Ideal Standard and Hoesch for a starting point. Duravit has a range of sizes and shapes to suit different bathrooms, with the D-Code range catering to most rooms and having an appearance similar to a traditional tub. Consider Duravit’s Nahho float tub for a top of the range model that has plenty of space and an integrated support frame. Hoesch has the Scelta range which is elegant in design and features a seamless corner unit. Hoesch Regatta is a great choice for smaller rooms with a compact size, plus a shower area. Consider Ideal Standard for high tech spa tubs, including the WP 5000 whirlpool system for acrylic tubs that they rightly call a ‘wellness upgrade’, with a choice of water or air options. Ideal Standard also has the Aqua range of unusually-shaped tubs, that will appeal to modern design schemes and are perfect for smaller rooms. These should give you some inspiration when looking for whirlpool tubs. The key is to remember to budget for the extra cost, plan for the extra size and remember that sadly, you’ll have to get out eventually!

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